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karen stafford
Post subject: Manufacturing Test Developers Needed Posted: Wed May 09, 2007 1:37 pm


Joined: Wed May 09, 2007 1:27 pm
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If you are interested please contact: kstafford@google.com

Google has an immediate need for a highly resourceful Manufacturing Test Development Engineer to be responsible for the testing of its hardware products in Manufacturing. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who jumps in and gets the important stuff done while relishing the challenging and fun start-up environment.


1. Support new and existing hardware designs.
2. Write test plans based on specific product specifications.
3. Develop automated test scripts for functional test, install and burn-in.
4. Design, procure and build test platforms.
5. Analyze, troubleshoot and identify root cause failure analysis on identified systems. Drive issues to closure with preventive measures.
6. Drive cost reduction by value engineering current test process.
7. Liaise with contract manufacturers for all test process issues, including process readiness and on going issue resolution.
8. Train datacenter technicians on trouble shooting of new hardware.
9. Monitor test capacity and yields.
10. Mentor junior team members.
11. Some travel required.


1. BS/MS in EE, CS or equivalent .
2. Recent 5+ years manufacturing test development experience in x86 server and telecommunications industry.
3. Familiarity with Linux, Perl and Python is a plus.
4. Ability to communicate manufacturing test requirements into design layout requirements.
5. Extensive test software scripting experience in Tcl, Tk and Expect.
6. Some knowledge of disk drive interfaces.
7. Excellent networking skills.
8. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
9. Demonstrated technical leadership and mentoring skills.

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