Eng Prin - Test
BAE Systems is looking for Test Program Set (TPS) Software Developers. These Principal Test Engineers will participate in test requirement development to create clearly defined and structured Test Requirement Specifications (TRSs) and Test Design Description (TDD) documents for a given product to support In-Process, Environmental Stress Screening (ESS), and Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) testing, and then use them to develop high level test scripts that sequence the test events into a product Test Program Set (TPS). They will then be responsible for integrating, verifying, validating and releasing the TPS that meets those requirements.
Types of product that the Principal Test Engineer will be responsible for include: board level tests using boundary scan, module level tests of analog, digital, RF, and hybrid systems at the assembly, Line Replaceable Card/Module/Unit, and subsystem levels using both vendor supplied and custom measurement and test instruments. Responsibilities may also include the development of instrument drivers, utilities, and executables used to support testing and verification activities, such as the command, control, and measurement of ancillary support equipment such as thermal chambers, product chillers, and other environmental conditioning equipment for system development, production, and sustainment testing activities.
Beyond the requirements and software coding skills, the Principal Test Designer must be capable of supporting the integration and test of Test Solutions in the end-user environments whether factory floor, field site, or customer laboratory. It is important that the Principal Test Designer is familiar with and can apply the BAE Systems Engineering Development Processes including the Software Configuration Management process.
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