Huld is an internationally unique software and product development house.
Are you passionate about software quality? Are you a quick learner well suited for an international work environment? In this position, you will get a chance to work with interesting projects in an international environment.
We support our customers in designing and developing software applications such as data processing systems, control systems, desktop applications and test automation solutions. We provide services for leading companies in a variety of industries. We care about software quality and are specialized in software verification and validation. We are looking for new Huldians to better respond to our growing customer project portfolio of our Espoo office. Now we need a validation engineer to work in our customer projects in the capital area.
To be eligible, you preferably have a B.Sc., M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in, for example, computer science, automation, mathematics, physics or electronics. Our ideal candidate has a good understanding of embedded software development and relevant, previous work experience for 3-10 years. We use English as the working language with most of our customers.
Apply for this position if you can tick most of the boxes below:
- Sc., M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in suitable area
- 3-10 years of work experience as a tester, quality assurance or validation engineer
- Experience with test automation, manual testing and continuous integration
- Experience with Robot Framework / Selenium, Jenkins, Python and other scripting languages
- Experience with Agile methodologies
- Good skills in C/C++
- Understanding of embedded systems
- Fluent English, preferably also Finnish
- Ambitious attitude
We offer the possibility of working in an inspiring and international environment within a nice, relaxed atmosphere. You will have opportunity to develop your skills and grow competences in various industry domains. For new employees moving to Finland we offer relocation support.
Please apply by sending your CV and cover letter by March 3th, 2020.