[JOB] Test Engineer / Junior Software Developer

Discussion in 'Programmer Misc' started by Sean McBride, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. Sean McBride

    Sean McBride Guest

    Title of position:
    Test Engineer / Junior Software Developer

    Job Description:
    Your main responsibilities will be to create/document/execute end-user
    test plans and automated nightly unit tests on a variety of Mac
    configurations. You will maintain and improve nightly automated builds,
    manage our bug database, and perform bug triage. Secondary
    responsibilities may include participation in the design,
    implementation, and documentation of our Cocoa applications and 3rd
    party open source libraries.

    As a successful applicant, you will be a Mac OS X user familiar with
    programming C and Objective-C. You will possess a strong understanding
    of software testing, and be able to work independently with minimal

    The following additional skills would be a definite asset: familiarity
    with C++, shell script, AppleScript; experience with unit tests and code
    coverage; knowledge of medical imaging and its file formats; familiarity
    with VTK and ITK; ISO 900x; and strong English writing skills.

    Company description:
    Rogue Research, a small Canadian company based in Montréal, Québec,
    began in 1998 to develop unique image visualization solutions for the
    medical research community. Among these products is Brainsight TMS, a
    neuronavigation system which has proven to be indispensable in the
    neuroscientific field and is the most popular neuronavigation system for
    transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in the world.

    Rogue Research offers a competitive salary and a co-pay benefits plan.
    In order to be considered for this position, please forward your CV (in
    pdf format) to . Only applicants who meet the
    requirements will be contacted, we thank all others for their interest.

    Rogue Research proudly provides an exciting working environment that
    stimulates creativity amongst our team.
    Sean McBride, Jan 11, 2008
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