Under the direction of the Validation Process Excellence engineering team the applicant will be responsible for supporting and modifying the Rockwell test framework utilized throughout Rockwell's manufacturing test equipment. Responsibilities include development of software in C#, National Instruments TestStand process models, and streamlining the distribution and maintenance of the test framework in accordance with Rockwell Automation's standards.
? Participate in the development of software and overall software architecture direction.
? Design, build, and maintain global test solution software update / distribution channels
? Work as part of a cross functional team to resolve issues.
? Mentor others within Test Engineering on Functional Test System software concepts, test software strategies, and test software best practices.
? Develop and communicate standards and practices for coding effectiveness for Test Engineers.
? Create and release supporting documentation for the test software framework, training material, and other related solutions.
? Improve Product Validation and Test Engineering test solution development productivity.
? Define and standardize test software security.
? Implement C# plugins for integration with National Instruments TestStand.
? Prompt tracking and communication of issues or concerns that may impact the global test initiative.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
? Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent education or experience
? 7+ years' experience as a software solution developer in C#
? Experience in an agile software development environment
? Seasoned in test driven software development
? Proven debug, analysis, and problem solving skills
? Written and verbal communication skills
? Understanding of fundamental computer networking / routing concepts
? Experience migrating source control solutions a plus
? Experience with industrial messaging protocols a plus
? Experience with National Instruments TestStand a plus
? Proficient using Microsoft Office programs