Aversan Inc. is a multi-service engineering firm specializing in design, build, testing, certification, and support services for embedded flight and rail systems & software, health technology, and advanced IT.
Performs integration activities in-house and at project sites to mitigate the key project acceptance and commissioning risks;
Investigates integration anomalies through review of data files, design documentation and through interaction with the development teams;
Participates in the analysis of the integration issues and follows up on the rectification of anomalies;
Executes formal tests within the laboratory environment;
Consistently recognizes anomalous system behavior and documents the behavior into the problem tracking system;
Conducts initial review of the test results through the observed system responses and the analysis of the collected data;
Communicates test observations and results in both oral and written media to superiors and other engineering staff;
Prepares problem reports in the defect tracking system describing test failures and defects;
Acquires product knowledge through active participation in formal and on the job training, as well as self-study;
Prepares trip reports upon completion of field assignments;
Adheres to the company's processes.
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or equivalent;
Minimum 1 year relevant working experience in IVVQ (Integration, Verification, Validation and Qualification);
Good understanding of System Engineering principles, life cycle models and requirements analysis;
1 year experience in testing real time embedded mission critical systems;
1 year experience in using scripting languages and test automation and good knowledge of in-house and field testing techniques;
Experience in working within a team using Agile Methodologies with practical experience in using typical programs which are part of Microsoft Office Suite and practical experience with requirements management and problems tracking tools (e.g. Jira, ClearQuest, Doors, etc.);
Knowledgeable of software verification and validation processes;
Entry level knowledge of railway signaling techniques, including SelTrac CBTC is an asset;
Able to handle assignments within a small to medium test team and quickly integrate with the team and work independently if required;
Entry level knowledge of in-house and field integration methods and procedures, good analysis and troubleshooting techniques, able to diagnose issues based on test logs and correlate events to failures, good understanding of data communication systems and simulation systems;
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.