ATE Software Engineer

AgaMatrix - Salem, NH4.0

Full-timeEstimated: $82,000 - $110,000 a year
EducationSkillsBenefits
AgaMatrix was founded in 2001 with a vision for shaping the diabetes market through continuous innovation. Our diverse, talented teams develop everything from enzymes and algorithms to glucose monitors and mobile apps–delivering products that improve the health and well-being of people living with diabetes.

LOCATION: Salem, NH

HIGHLIGHTS: The ATE Software Engineer is responsible for the development of PC-based software to drive Automated Test Equipment used in the manufacture and quality control of Blood Glucose Meters and Biosensors (also referred to as “Test Strips”). This engineer should have experience developing architectures and code from the ground up in a PC-based development environment, be familiar with SW development life cycle methodologies and with associated test methods. This engineer should also be comfortable interfacing with members of other engineering departments and with researchers on a regular basis.

WHAT YOU’LL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
Work with multiple internal departments to develop requirements and develop, release and support software architectures for Manufacturing ATE systems, Research equipment, and Biosensor ATE systems.
Conduct and participate in software design reviews and prepare supporting documentation for assigned projects (SW requirements, test plans & protocols, software guides, error message guides, etc.).
Assist in the development, execution, and debug of test set-ups as well as troubleshoot and resolve issues reported by the manufacturing support team.

WHAT WE NEED:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Electrical Engineering
5 years’ experience in the development of Automated Test Equipment
Proficient in multiple development environments and languages, e.g., .NET, Visual Basic, C++, NI-LabVIEW/NI-Test Stand
Experience with;
Software development life-cycle methodologies, e.g., spiral, agile, waterfall, etc., as applied to high reliability systems such as high-volume manufacturing test equipment CAST (Computer-Aided Software Test) tools, e.g.,VectorCAST, TestExpect, TestComplete, etc.
Off-the-shelf data acquisition devices such as National Instruments DAQ cards
Experience writing software for communication interfaces such as RS-232/RS-485, USB, Ethernet
Why AgaMatrix?

You can work on cutting edge technology: We designed, developed, and manufactured the first FDA-cleared blood glucose meter to connect to the iPhone®, and have won the same design awards as Apple, BMW, and Bose. Join us in creating the next generation of connected products for diabetes care.

You get to collaborate with true innovators: Our diverse team develops meters with enhanced accuracy and integrated technology—independently recognized as a “Best Buy” by a leading consumer magazine and awarded the Diabetes Technology Society’s “Seal of Approval.”

You can see your work in over 20,000+ stores: Our products are found in over 30 countries through strategic partners like Sanofi, and in top retail chains like CVS Pharmacy, Target, and Kroger. We also had the first chemistry-based products to be available in Apple’s retail stores.

You’ll be part of a Global team: Our teams across the U.S., Europe, and Asia are working hard to bring innovative, affordable diabetes care solutions to the market. With over 400 employees, our size and breadth of expertise allows us to shape the market and improve the lives of millions worldwide.

Your compensation package includes: Medical, dental, tuition reimbursement, vision, disability and life insurance as well as an impressive company match to our 401k Plan.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested? Please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@agamatrix.com and for more details see https://agamatrix.com/careers/