RTI Inc.

IAP Systems Test Engineer

Location US-CA-Sunnyvale
Job ID
Security Clearance
No Restrictions
Work Status Required
No Restrictions
Language Requirements
Experience (Years)


The Client is seeking a System Test engineer in Sunnyvale, US who thrives in a fast-paced, cross functional matrix and challenging environment.  The focus of this position will be developing test software to support next generation Instant Access Points, Controllers and Switches.


Personal Attributes:

  • Led by example a strong team of engineers
  • Self-motivated, Self-starter, Self-organized
  • Disciplined approach to test software development.
  • Good documentation skills.
  • Works effectively with cross functional and remote team members.
  • Recognizes importance of internal and external deadlines.
  • Works effectively under pressure
  • Strong logical and creative problem-solving skills, good oral and written communication skills and excellent analytical skills.
  • Must be able to succeed with minimal resources and minimal supervision.
  • Willingness to travel – Occasionally.


The Basic Job Requirements

  • BS in Electrical or Computer networking with 12+ years of experience
  • Or MS in Electrical /Computer networking with 10+ years of experience.
  • Certifications on Networking such as CWNA, CCIE, JNCIE – Highly desirable


Skills & Experience

  • Strong competence in Layer2, Layer3 networking protocols such as Bridging, VLAN, NAT, DHCP, Routing
  • Expert in Security protocols such as 802.1x, 802.11i, AAA, TACACS, IPSEC, Firewalls
  • Substantial system level test experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of industry standard testing and troubleshooting tools including IxChariot, iperf, Veriwave, Omnipeek, AirMagnet, Spectrum analysis
  • Solid understanding of Wi-Fi system level test and characterization.
  • Indepth knowledge and experience with 802.11 standards and protocols.
  • Hands of experience on with Test automation development using TCL/PERL


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