Testing Engineer

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Engineering the Future of Commercial Space

We are looking for a Testing Engineer who will contribute to the testing of various nanosats and subsystems. As a part of this team, you will be responsible for the hardware testing before the product’s release. As we say… One mistake, and you have a brick in space. Not scared? Let’s rocket quality standards to the sky (literally).

YOUR DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • High quality and timely test cases design and execution
  • Contributing to the development and improvement of the testing processes and strategy
  • Understanding of satellite subsystems hardware and software functionalities. Being able to consult colleagues
  • Hands-on testing of satellite hardware
  • Quality parameters recording
  • Identifying, analyzing, and reporting errors to the development teams

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Basic electronics knowledge
  • At least 1 year of experience working with manual or automated testing
  • Ability to see the bigger picture and navigate towards it
  • Result-oriented and proactive attitude, willingness to perform daily hands-on activities
  • Ability to act and adapt in a fast-changing environment
  • Good English language knowledge (oral and written)
  • Ability to work independently and escalate challenges if needed

IT WOULD BE AN ADVANTAGE IF YOU:

  • Have experience in manual and automated testing processes and test tools
  • Bug-intolerant, able to predict possible bugs
  • Have knowledge of how to work with Atlassian products (Jira/Confluence/etc.)
  • Have programming knowledge (C++, C, C#, Python)

SALARY:

  • Starting from 1200 eur net/a month

Perks

  • Flexible work hours and possibility to work remotely
  • LAN parties with CS tournaments and sci-fi movies in cinemas (yes, geeky squad, what can we say)
  • Team events – airsoft, curling, parties, orienteering and much more
  • Monthly budget for sports – you choose and we got you covered
  • Snacks in the kitchen to fuel your productivity
  • Paid days off if you are not feeling well
  • Workshops, global conferences, industry’s meetups and trainings of your choice (doesn’t matter if you want to be like Han Solo or Luke Skywalker, just tell us which skills you wish to boost)
  • Free parking, bike shed, shower, table tennis, mini-football and company merch (the basics, but nice to have)
  • Oh, did we mention space? Possibly it’s your once-in-a-lifetime chance to contribute to a commercial space race!

Tagged as: programming knowledge, satellite hardware, manual and automated test processes, atlassian products

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