Project: Nuclear medicine: Creation and development of a platform (devices for 3D imaging of the patient’s body), which can combine many clinical applications into a single interface (a single hardware and software complex), with a single database and the ability to choose which application to view specific data. Software Automation Engineers will support the newest development by writing automation tests for new developer features and will create automatic tests for production systems and platforms.
Technologies: Selenium, Squish, Java, Python, Jenkins, CI/CD. Also, the stack is flexible, however, there is a core technology set that the team utilizes in everyday work. We’re open to new ideas and technologies.
Opportunities: Nuclear Medicine is such a complex and multidisciplinary field that it takes months to ramp up and educate a new employee. So Automation Engineer is responsible for writing high-quality code, testing it, integrating it into CI/CD, and conducting a Design Review with architects.
Some projects utilize modern technologies like Kubernetes, complex UI, cloud technologies, others are just super complex clinically, it’s tough to understand these projects, how to use them, get into the physician’s minds.
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, software development, or a related field.
Previous experience as a Software Automation Engineer (or AQA).
Proficiency in programming languages such as Python and Java.
Experience with: Selenium, Squish, Maven, Jenkins, Linux
Excellent problem-solving skills.
Highly accurate and detail-oriented.
Designing and developing test automation scripts.
Using test automation guidelines.
Researching issues in software through testing.
Collaborating with QA Analysts and Software Developers to develop solutions.
Keeping updated with the latest industry developments
What you get:
20 days paid vacation (official Ukrainian holidays are days off)
15 days paid sick leave
Comfortable modern office and working environment
Flexible working schedule
Business trips to Israel