Quality Engineer

Cleveland, OH or Remote (USA)

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BoxCast is a complete, easy-to-use live streaming solution for organizations. BoxCast helps Churches, Schools, and other organizations broadcast their events.
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How You’ll Make an Impact: 
At BoxCast, delivering quality products to our customers is paramount to our mission. As Quality Engineer (Hardware/Embedded), you will be responsible for developing and maintaining the test systems of the full hardware product line. You will provide key support to the QE development group in terms of testing, test analysis, and providing feedback to the developers with key insights into what works and what doesn’t according to the stakeholder requirements. You will ensure that every hardware product and firmware release shipped functions to the design intent, and you will be part of a valuable feedback loop that drives quality and innovation in our hardware products.
On the Embedded team, you will work on the test systems that ensure our custom hardware is reliable. You will work closely alongside our embedded product engineers to ensure that their designs and code are not only functional, but testable at scale. You will be an advocate for test and manufacturing, even in the earliest stages of design. You will play a critical role in the manufacturing of quality products, and in the verification of firmware releases. You will ensure that we are exhaustively testing the quality of our hardware products, resulting in reliable, accessible, easy-to-use, indispensable tools that give our customers the highest-quality streaming experience possible.
Note: BoxCast offers a hybrid work option. The Mobile Developer will have the freedom to work remotely or at an office whenever they choose.

What You’ll Do

  • Support the building of great testing environments, frameworks and tools
  • Design test strategies for both component and system functionality
  • Develop reliable new test systems for current and future BoxCast hardware products
  • Maintain and improve existing test systems, adhering to version control standards
  • Continually improve test system strategies & tooling
  • Contribute to requirements specification and documentation for feature development
  • Achieve excellent project execution results by actively participating in sprint planning, kickoff, and review meetings
  • Collaborate with a cross-functional team of product designers, software engineers, hardware engineers, and business leaders
  • Be a strong advocate for quality, with strong understanding of QA methodologies & practices

How You’ll Display Our Values

  • Integrity: You lead by example, exhibiting personal integrity at all times.  You take responsibility for the organization’s effectiveness. You operate as a beacon of trust and ethical engineering guidance for a growing, high performing team
  • Collaboration: You understand when to communicate and escalate information critical to business leaders. You promote a collaborative environment within the Engineering team
  • Judgment: You think critically and make decisions based on quantitative measures, not qualitative measures
  • Achievement: You thrive on execution and are motivated to develop great products that make an impact in people’s lives
  • Innovation: You foster creativity within your team, in order to inspire indispensable solutions to complex problems and dramatic improvements to the business

Must Haves

  • Bachelor's degree in computer engineering, electrical engineering or computer science, or equivalent experience
  • 2-4 years experience developing test systems for embedded devices (relevant co-op/internship experience may be included)
  • Experienced sequencing automated tests in NI TestStand
  • Experience writing automated tests in a scripting language (Python preferred)
  • Working knowledge of serial communication protocols such as I2C, PMBus/SMBus, SPI, UART, USB
  • Experience debugging hardware and software
  • Motivated to learn and work with new technologies
  • Excellent collaboration and communication skills
  • High attention to detail and process

Nice to Haves

  • Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (or higher LabVIEW certification)
  • Comfortable programming in NI LabView
  • Experience programming for microcontrollers
  • Experience with circuit design and/or printed circuit board layout
  • Understanding of a modern streaming ecosystem
  • Experience working in an agile environment
  • Experience in a startup tech environment
BoxCast is a live streaming company based in Cleveland, Ohio, but we serve broadcasters and viewers in more than 200 countries. Our founders launched BoxCast back in 2013 with one purpose: to make people part of the experience.
Since then, we’ve helped thousands of people connect with their communities and reach those who can’t attend events in person. Our vision is to be the best live streaming company for organizations — always evolving and pursuing better ways to amaze our customers. We pride ourselves on our company values of integrity, collaboration, judgment, achievement, and innovation.
BoxCast is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.Sponsorship for work authorization for foreign national candidates is not available for this position.
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