We invite a Quality Assurance (QA) Automation Engineer with 2+ years of commercial experience in embedded software validation and test automation to join new PLVision’s project for one of the leaders in the networking industry. In this role, you will validate new DASH functionality for modern Data Processing Unit (DPU)/ Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) systems and collaborate in open-source communities.
This is an opportunity to get a stable job in a reliable company that continues to hire and extend in Ukraine.
We are a software product development company specializing in computer networking and embedded systems. PLVision has offices in Krakow, Poland, and in Ukraine: Lviv, Odesa, Kyiv, and Kharkiv (currently relocated). Founded in 2007, the company helps networking industry leaders and ambitious startups in the U.S., Israel, and the EU countries to launch innovative products.
• Validate new DASH functionality for modern Data Processing Unit (DPU)/ Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) systems
• Test implementation, execution and automation
• Collaborate with the open-source community on alignment and introduce new functionality
• Prepare test case reports
• Perform test analysis and debugging
• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related technical discipline
• 2+ years of commercial experience in Embedded Software Validation and Test Automation
• Good knowledge of Python
• Good knowledge of Linux, at least as a user
• Experience with Linux tools and Bash
• Knowledge of test frameworks like Pytest, PTF, etc.
• Basic network knowledge (L2/L3, routing/switching)
• Understanding of CI/CD, Jenkins
• Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team
• Knowledge of technical English at Intermediate level or higher
Vacancy plus options:
Experience with open-source projects
SAI(Switch Abstraction Interface)/SONiC (Software for Open Networking in the Cloud) validation experience
Familiarity with Linux network tools
Experience in virtualization, containerization and Python virtual environments
Experience with software and hardware traffic generators (e.g., IXIA, Scapy, etc.)