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Global Factories · Standplaats: 's-Gravenhage · 28 oktober 2020
Software Quality Engineer
As a Software Quality Engineer you guard the quality of software for pharmaceutical machines in a multidisciplinary and international team. Using these pharmaceutical machines hundreds of thousands of patients are safely supplied with medication on a daily basis.
Developers both fear and love you. They know you cover their back in terms of quality, but no single problem will go unnoticed. You like to automate your work as much as possible and you can program. As our software drives machines that produce a physical product, you are always an advocate and willing, to do one last test with the real machine in the loop.
In the software team you are responsible for assuring the quality of software which operates both our current and to be developed machines. You accomplish this by participating in the overall development process where you develop and execute tests, and plan and coordinate software releases.
In addition, you support customer care and development by diagnosing and reproducing issues at customer sites. In cooperation with product management, you assess the user friendliness and functional completeness of the software.
Global Factories is an internationally operating company that develops unique machines for the pharmacy and hospital market. Through innovative technologies, specialist knowledge and a worldwide network, Global Factories is able to make the distribution of medicines to patients more efficient, safer and more reliable.
What we do
Global Factories has made a name for itself worldwide with the Medicine Detection Machine, the first reliable machine for the verification of medicine pouches. In addition, Global Factories has developed the VandenBrink Blister Machine. The first, unique machine on the world market that packs and verifies multiple medicines, according to prescription, in blister cards. This makes taking medication even safer for the patient.
Are you interested?
If you are interested in this position, please send your application letter and CV via the form.
2514 JT The Hague
+31 (0)70 3083220