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Software Test Engineer

Luminator is a leading innovator in the design and manufacturing of communications and lighting products for more than 80 years in transit, rail and aerospace industries. We are continuing to build our dynamic team by adding a Software Test Engineering.


Seeking an experienced software test engineer to support the test development and execution of application software systems in the mass transit industry (bus, rail, & air).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Applies software testing practices and procedures to drive quality and testability of products and services.
  • Exercises judgment in application of methods and procedures to evaluate quality products and services.
  • Works independently with general instructions on assignments.
  • Develops software testing requirements, test cases, and test plans
  • Reports software defects in detail with information from customers, tech support or other resources.
  • Actively seeks assistance as needed but demonstrates learning and growing independence.
  • Actively seeks guidance for prioritization and review of deliverables
  • Analyzes offerings against functional and non-functional requirements
  • Creates clearly documented plans, designs and results
  • Learns new emerging functional and technical skills that are relevant to Luminator
  • Designs and creates test conditions and scripts to cover functional and technical use cases.
  • Work closely with product management, project management and development teams to understand the project and testing objectives.

Required Experience:

  • Windows, Linux, and Web system design and development experience
  • Agile/SCRUM development process
  • Subversion, TFS and/or Git version control and practices
  • Development platform/tools specification, deployment, and maintenance
  • 5+ years experience with issue tracking software (Jira, Target Process, etc.)
  • 5+ years supporting production deployments of applications.
  • Working knowledge of automated testing tools (WinRunner, Selenium, etc.)
  • 5+ years experience with common scripting languages (javascript, perl, python, etc.)

Preferred Experience:

  • Distributed development team experience (internal or outsourced, international)
  • Experience in a CMMI level 2 development environment including adherence to software testing and documentation standards
  • Product development for the Bus, Rail, or Aerospace Industries


  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess and demonstrate the following characteristics.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Highly motivated self-starter accustomed to prioritizing multiple tasks/projects to meet aggressive schedules


  • BS or MS in Computer Science, Mathematics, or related technical field


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