Software Engineer, Internet Firmware Validation
About the Internet Firmware Validation Team:
The Internet Firmware Validation team plays a key role in the development of Starry’s technology.
Internet Firmware Validation engineers are involved in the design of each new feature in our products. We participate in each sprint with Firmware, Product Delivery, and other engineering teams. We develop automated regression tests that run against nightly and milestone releases of our system software. Additionally, we leverage our expertise with the product to support engineering, manufacturing, and deployment.
What You’ll Do:
- Design, develop, and extend custom test frameworks and test beds
- Write software that interfaces with Starry hardware, both as a complete system and in test harnesses
- Develop automated scripts in Python to continually improve testing capabilities
- Evaluate product and feature specifications and requirements
- Quantify system reliability, scalability, load and throughput
- Develop software and services that improve efficiency for other validation engineers, in all roles described above
- Strong interpersonal skills and a love of learning
- Bachelor's degree in Software, Computer, or Electrical Engineering, equivalent experience, or a strong open-source portfolio
- Proficiency with Python and Bash
- Understanding of computer networking concepts, particularly at layers 2, 3, and 4
- Experience developing for embedded platforms
- Experience in the natural sciences and experimental methodology
- Knowledge of IEEE 802.11n/ac/ax, 3G/4G/5G wireless communications standards and protocols
- Experience with Wi-Fi functional, performance or stability testing
- Experience with RF systems concepts and related test equipment (e.g. spectrum analyzers)
Disclaimer: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.
Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.