As a team member in the SW Validation team in Tampere you will be supporting product SW validation, perform testing activities, enable automated testing, generate scripts/SW tools, perform bugs investigation and follow-up. Also providing high-quality technical reports/bug reports/other documentation will be your responsibility.You are open-minded, helpful, seek challenges and want to show your skills and gain ownership of your own area. You are bringing positive attitude and take initiative in making things happen. You want to highlight and "root-cause" any issue found. We can offer you a full-time position in a team of very skillful system, HW and SW engineers, who can help you to grow your skills in embedded and in mobile domain.
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Education & work experience:* Current undergraduate B.Sc. or M.Sc. student from field of embedded SW, automation, electrical engineering or related field.* Preferably some related work experience with embedded devices HW, SW, test measurement.Competences & skills:* Experience with Linux and command-line tools and scripting languages python, bash shell * Knowledge of C/C++ with embedded SW* Experience in version control systems, preferably Git* Familiarity with device validation / testing* Experience in creating technical documentation and reports, working with wiki's* Excellent written and spoken English language* Knowledge of embedded Windows is a plus.Work tasks:* SW Validation and test automation* Investigate and follow-up SW bugs, generate environment to reproduce issues, take logs and possibly provide fix proposals.* Support in scripting and tools development for automation and testing.* Measure device SW functionality and set up automated test environment.* Actively seek improvements within our work and processes.
Intel Labs, the New Business Initiatives group (NBI), the Perceptual Computing Group and the New Devices Group (NDG). Additionally, New Devices Group and the New Business Initiatives group were combined into the New Business Group (NBG) which nests into NTG.