Omnicell, Inc. Engineer I, Software Quality in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
Engineer I, Software Quality
Engineer I, Software Quality
Want to be part of the team that’s taking the healthcare industry by storm by engineering systems that have a significant impact on patient care, healthcare spend and population health management? Do you want to be part of our organization in the continued development of a data pipeline using AI for predictive analytics and benchmarking? Do you thrive in an agile environment that values sustainable quality over velocity and encourage team members’ direct participation? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Omnicell is looking for you.
Omnicell’s customers range from clinicians in large hospitals to managing their own medication regiment from home. It is our mission to improve healthcare for everyone. We do this by removing unnecessary manual processes that allow caregivers to focus on what matters; the patient. We also help patients who are talking medications succeed in being adherent to their medication regimen, keeping them healthier and reducing their overall healthcare spend.
Omnicell has an opening for a Software Engineer I, Software Quality to join our Software Engineering Team located in Cranberry Township, PA. As a platform team member, you will work with a team of engineers on our cloud data platform that streams data from a variety of health care software and hardware systems in real-time to create transformational recommendations for our customers. Each day you will make a positive impact in healthcare, while working with latest technologies.
Design, develop, and maintain automated test frameworks and scripts
Establish and enforce the quality standards for application area under control
Be passionate about solving customer problems and develop solutions that result in a passionate customer/community following
Operate within Agile Development environment and apply the methodologies
Proficient with Agile testing methodologies and best practices
Possess good understanding of QA methodologies and processes
Works within a scrum team to build product deliverables based on overall architecture direction
Understands the drivers and requirements of the business and translates those into tests
Creates unit, functional, and integration testing environment or components and root cause analyses (replicate, debug) for moderate features with limited assistance
Works with design, development, and the Product Owner to identify high risk test areas early in the development process
Designs and reviews test plans and test cases with limited assistance
Meets the definition of done and follows the quality practices in the team. Documents defects and failures in accordance with the quality standards
Responsible for working on business-critical products that operate 24/7/365 and are distributed nationwide to many clients
Troubleshoots complex problems with existing or newly-developed software by both product behavior and reading code
Creative, independent, self-motivated and willing to learn new technology
2+ Years’ experience in software engineering
1+ Years’ experience in Automated Testing Tools
1+ Years’ experience in as many of the following areas: GUI testing, web application testing, and business intelligence or data warehouse testing
2+ Years’ experience in functional, integration, white box, and black box testing
Experience in Agile environment
4+ years’ experience in software engineering
2+ years’ experience with microservices or service-oriented architecture
1+ Years’ experience in testing high performance, highly scalable solutions deployed on the cloud
Experience working in a cloud platform such as AWS, Microsoft Azure
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
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