Software test developer

We are looking for a software test developer to architect, build and maintain automated testing of our software in a hardware-centric environment.

In this position you will:

  • Architect, design and manage automated acceptance and integration tests across different devices.
  • Design the test software based on the existing product and different applications to ensure that new features work well with existing.
  • Design and manage different test software paths, to support "stable" and "development" versions.
  • Be a part of the Software team, however work closely with the certification team, the production team, and the hardware team.

About you:

  • Experience with architecting, developing and running acceptance and integration tests for the different software and firmware
  • Experience with Robot Framework, Test stand or similar frameworks
  • Experience with makefiles, Python scripting or similar
  • Know Git, Github/Gitlab or similar platforms
  • Know JSON and XML
  • Have set up automatic builds, integration tests etc.
  • Worked with protocols / APIs based on MQTT, HTTPS, CAN, and RS485
  • Knowledge of MODBUS is an advantage
  • Experience from Jenkins or similar tools
  • Experience from larger projects
  • Knowing some Node.js/npm is an advantage
  • Work well both individually and in a team


If you do not meet all criteria listed above? No problem. If you have the right experience or qualifications, we encourage you to apply. Either for this or other roles, your skills and competencies can be of interest to us.

Place of work: Kristiansand (Preferably)
Start: As soon as possible
Please contact: oystein.olsen.holt@pixii.com



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Pixii Oslo
Dronning Mauds gate 15, 0250 Oslo
Norway

Pixii Kristiansand
Andøyfaret 33, 4623 Kristiansand S
Norway


Email: post@pixii.com

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