Software Engineer in Test - Engineering Development Group

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Hybrid Work Model

*Multiple openings* 

 Are you interested in making an impact and creating high quality software in a world class organization?   

The Engineering Development Group (EDG) is a technical and leadership development program at MathWorks. You will receive extensive training, mentoring, and coaching that enables you to transition into teams within the Software Engineering in Test organization based on your technical skills and interests. You will build a range of Software Engineering in Test skills, including automated testing, designing and developing test strategies, procedures and testing frameworks.   

Team members in the EDG for Software Engineering in Test program have a CS degree with a variety of technical focus. You can work on projects in areas such as Cloud Computing and infrastructure, Code Generation, Compilers, Data analysis and Visualization, Web and UI.


As a member of the EDG for Software Engineering in Test program, you will select the projects you work on and the teams you engage with depending on your interests, skills, and curiosity. More specifically, you will:

  •  Develop strong coding skills, problem-solving skills and quality mindset by contributing to high impact technical projects with teams across the Software Engineering in Test organization.
  • Gain customer perspective and deep product knowledge by solving complex technical issues. Work directly with top engineers and scientists that are making an impact with our tools in the world.
  • Benefit from extensive learning opportunities through training, mentorship and knowledge sharing forums.
  • Transition to a team within the Software Engineering in Test organization to build a successful career and help develop the highest quality software for MathWorks customers.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree and 3 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree, or equivalent experience) is required.

Additional Qualifications

  • Degree in CS (Computer Science) with a strong academic record
  • Strong programming skills in one or more Object Oriented programming languages (ex: C++, JavaScript, MATLAB etc.)
  • Experience in Software testing or testing frameworks is a plus, but not required
  • Experience with Web technologies is a plus (JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, AJAX, JSON, jQuery, Dojo, SOAP, REST etc.), Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, or Big Data

MathWorks staff enjoy a hybrid model featuring both home-office flexibility as well as in-office days for optimized collaboration.

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