FPGA Test Engineer - Continuous Integration

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What Astranis is looking for in applicants
Astranis is connecting the four billion people in the world who do not currently have access to the internet. We are building the next generation of smaller, lower-cost spacecraft to bring the world online. We are well-funded by some of the best investors in the business and have raised over $350 million to date. We have a world-class team that is passionate about building amazing technology. And we have a fun and collaborative work environment where you will learn a lot and make a huge impact no matter where you are in your career. Just check out our Glassdoor reviews to see what our team has to say about working at Astranis. Our team is growing fast. Apply now! FPGA Test Engineer As an FPGA test engineer at Astranis, you will be responsible for designing and implementing test systems for all the FPGAs on our spacecraft. You'll need to develop and maintain a hardware-based continuous integration (CI) infrastructure to verify and validate FPGA releases. You'll work with our design team to write test plans, and develop automated test scripts. These tests will need to challenge the hardware to validate our systems at various edge cases. Issues found will need to be documented, and tracked. You'll support the rest of the FPGA team in fixing issues and testing the design, and you'll help improve and maintain our FPGA image release process.

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