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\nWhy Carbon Black?\n\nAt Carbon Black, you’ll have the chance to make an impact in the ever-evolving cybersecurity space. Our advanced technology tackles even the toughest challenges and stays ahead of the latest threats. If you want to join an agile company that’s building bleeding edge technology in the cloud, Carbon Black is the place for you. Driven by passionate people who are dedicated to making the world safer, it’s no wonder we’ve been named a “Top Place to Work” by the Boston Globe for three consecutive years. Join us!\n\nWhy You Matter\n\nWe at Carbon Black are seeking a highly technical continuous learner to fill a critical SDET position. In this role, you will work closely with developers to build out and maintain automation infrastructure as well as contribute in active ways to the test automation and product code. You will have the opportunity to work actively as part of an agile team focused on the world’s leading network endpoint security solutions, and gain exposure to cutting edge technology.\n\nWhat You’ll Do\n\n\n* Develop and maintain test infrastructure and supporting libraries and contribute to system, API, and component automated tests\n\n* Integrate automation into the build system\n\n* Assist in automation adoption within engineering organization\n\n* Work with developers on improving the system quality (during design and implementation phases)\n\n* Assist where needed on other development tasks as a member of the Scrum team\n\n\n\n\nWhat You’ll Bring\n\n\n* Strong programming skills in Python (with C/C++ experience also preferred)\n\n* Strong track record of exploring and implementing new technologies and specializing in multiple technical disciplines\n\n* Experience with VMWare, VSphere, and Vagrant\n\n* Experience with Jenkins, including Pipelines and other more advanced features\n\n* Solid understanding of core Quality Engineering principles and best practices\n\n* Solid experience with the software development cycle, including common tools (e.g.  Jira, git, SVN, etc.)\n\n* Ability to function well in an Agile development team, with a functional knowledge of Agile Scrum methodology\n\n* Experience with AWS\n\n\n\n\nPreferred:\n\n\n* BS in Computer Science or related discipline\n\n* 3-5 years’ experience working in a Quality Engineering role, with a strong level of exposure to implementing, improving, and maintaining test infrastructure\n\n* 2+ years’ experience writing either production code or extensive automation code for distributed enterprise products in a professional context\n\n* 2+ years’ experience working with and configuring Jenkins, Team City or other similar CI tools\n\n* Kernel driver or other deeper programming exposure or experience\n\n* Experience with cyber security\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Engineer, Testing, Developer, Digital Nomad and Python jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $120,000/year\n
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