• Test Development Engineer - Temporary position

    Job Locations Israel-Yokneam
    Posted Date 6 months ago(5/23/2019 2:35 AM)
    Product Engineer
    Job Length
  • Overview

    Mellanox is looking for a skilled Test Development Engineer.


    This role will require an understanding of all activities within the product life cycle as well as a combination of hardware understanding and code writing.


    The candidate will work as a member of a multidisciplinary and dynamic group of engineers whose main task will be to develop and deploy testing solutions for the company's products


    • Design detailed testing strategies for functional verification to ensure product quality.
    • Develop and execute testing procedures for new and existing products.
    • Create technical and design documentation by reviewing requirements and specifications.
    • Liaise with internal teams (e.g., developers and product engineers) to identify test requirements.
    • Debug of HW & SW failures in interconnect product, Isolate the problem and get to the root cause.


    • BA/BSc degree in Electrical engineering / Computer engineering / Software Engineering with some electronics background / knowledge.
    • Programming experience in one/more language/Scripting: Perl, Python, Java, etc. strongly desired.
    • Basic familiarization with Linux and windows operating systems.
    • Ability to drive projects to full execution in time.
    • Team player, highly motivated always stay up-to-date with new technologies and test methodologies.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication, both in Hebrew and English.


    • Programming - C, C++ ,C#.
    • Understanding of high volume manufacturing flows and automation.
    • OOP, common design patterns.
    • Agile Scrum.
    • Experience in usage of standard electrical test equipment which could include: oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers and signal generators.
    • Proven experience in HW testing.


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