Entry-Level Software QA Engineer Seahorse Bioscience
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Location: North Billerica, MADepartment: EngineeringType: Full TimeMin. Experience: Entry Level
Seahorse Bioscience is a private company that develops and manufactures cellular bioenergetics analytical instruments. Seahorse also manufactures consumable labware products, and consumables for measuring cell metabolism. The company was formerly known as Thermogenic Imaging. Recognized for developing novel, leading-edge cellular bioenergetic technologies, the company is best known for developing the XF Extracellular Flux Analyzer.
XF technology makes cellular bioenergetic studies simple, efficient and user-friendly by combining an electro-optical instrument with ?smart plastic? cartridges that enable the real-time measurement of cellular bioenergetics in a non-invasive, multi-well microplate format.
Define and document detailed project software test plans
Perform hands-on software testing
Identify where automated test should should be implemented
Implement and maintain automation test suites
When appropriate, lead communication with outside software development groups to determine test requirements for acceptance of externally created software
Excellent written and verbal sommunication skills needed to present and explain software test plans and requirements
Must be comforable working with MS Office
BS in Computer Science or other science major with 0-2 years of expreience in the biotech field or a combination of education and experience.
Experience in SQA in an Agile development environment is a plus.
Will work under the guidance of the QA Lead to define, design and execute software test methodologies in a Windows test environment.
In conjunction with the QA Lead, conceive and implement software test approaces to thoroughly verify the performance of software.
Will work closely with Software Engineers to understand the requirments of the software that will deliver the desired experience to our customers.
||16 Esquire Road |
North Billerica, MA 01862
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