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Working Student (m/w) System Test

Bochum, DE

Job Description

Job Summary

As member of the Bochum System Test Team the main tasks are to Design and Executes manual and automated Test Cases to ensure the quality and stability of our products (TCU’s – Telematic Control Units).

The Bochum System Test Team currently has 6 Test Engineers and 2 Test Managers.

  • Creation of Test Concepts for our products
  • Plan and Execution of Test Cases based on System Requirements, manual as well as automated
  • Analyze and evaluate functional and non-functional requirements
  • Analysis and evaluation of the test results as well as support for the development of the troubleshooting
  • Continuous development of our test systems, test infrastructure and test methods
  • Definition and assurance of our product quality and product performance features
  • Cross-site cooperation with internal and external development and test teams
  • Carry out field tests local and international
  • First knowledge of system test methods and relevant processes (V-Modell, A-SPICE, ...) are benefitial
  • Programming skills in C / C ++ and a scripting language, typically Python
  • Class B driving license is compulsory
  • Very good knowledge of German and English spoken and written
  • Pleasure to understand new complex systems and find their weaknesses
  • Independent, organized work with a high problem-solving orientation
  • Enthusiasm and tenacity to achieve the challenging goals, both individually and in a team
Education & Experience Request
  • Ongoing technical study within electronics, communication engineering or Automation
  • Willingness to stay for more than 1 year
  • Willingness to work 16 hours a week
  • Is a very good team player
  • Working in an international team
  • Mutual support and help are self-evident and knowledge is shared in the team
  • Self-employment
  • Pleasure to understand complex systems and find their weaknesses
  • They still know a better way, but know when "good" is also "good enough"