Helm Point Solutions is seeking quality-driven Test Engineers, ranging from junior to senior level. If you are someone who loves to solve problems and fix things and thrives in fast-paced environments, this is the perfect engineering position for you!

The candidate will support testing of a CNO artifact product in support of a critical mission. The candidate will be responsible for development, integration, testing and documentation of tools and utilities to support software builds, test automation, software deployment, and sustainment to facilitate frequent and repeatable deliveries of tested software to production hardware and virtual environments. Candidate may also develop software as necessary to simulate internal and external interfaces of platform components to facilitate software development and automated testing.

The Test Engineer should possess the following skills & capabilities:

  • Perform root cause analysis of problems/defects or test failures uncovered in development, live test and operational environments
  • Well versed in testing metholodology 
  • Conduct defect analysis (i.e., process of analyzing a defect to determine a toot cause/causes) as well as defect prevention (i.e., address root cause/causes to prefect future error occurrence via test results and (product) metrics
  • Have at least ten (10) years' experience of planning, implementing, testing, documenting, and maintaining solutions for the integration and testing of custom developed and COTS/GOTS components, elements, subsystems and/or systems
  • Deep understanding of Linux and ability to work in command line environment
  • Have experience with infrastructure automation (puppet/ansible), with the ability to design, develop, and test manifests/playbooks and modules
  • Have experience with Openstack administration and automation, using tools such as Openstack Nova, Euca2ools, and/or Vagrant
  • Have experience with Ruby, with the ability to develop scripts and mock interfaces and to use Ruby-based build and test tools such as Rake and RSpec
  • Have experience with Jenkins or Hudson, with the ability to create and maintain software build and test configurations
  • Have experience with git (Source code version control system)
  • Be knowledge of networking; familiarity with networking protocols and applications such as IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, and SSH.

Desired Experience:

  • Be familiar with Test Automation Frameworks
  • Scripting in Python or Ruby 
  • Familiarity with Selenium 
  • Automated testing 
  • Be able to understand software architectures
  • Have familiarity with collaboration tools such as JIRA and Confluence
  • Have experience working in an Agile Environment
  • Have experience with development IDEs Eclipse or IntelliJ

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related technical field from an accredited college or university 
  • Five (5)+ years of professional work experience 
  • U.S. Citizenship 
  • TS/SCI + Polygraph security clearance

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