Networking Test Engineer

Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
Software and Services


Posted: Jun 26, 2019
Role Number: 200074417
The Technology Development Group is looking for a talented engineer with experience testing and developing networking software. Are you passionate about understanding complex software interactions between networked applications? Do you get a thrill when you finally find that last pesky bug? On our team you will be able to apply your skills to helping build, test and validate exciting new network software solutions. You will be embedded with software engineers on the team and work closely together to ensure we deliver the highest quality solutions.

Key Qualifications

  • 2+ years testing a complex software stack
  • Development experience in C, Objective-C or Swift
  • Strong scripting experience (Python, Perl, etc.)
  • Familiarity with network protocols
  • Broad understanding of different wireless interfaces
  • Experience with build and test automation solutions
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to make independent, informed decisions


We are a small team of architects and specialists who are looking for an individual to focus on testing networking software. As we develop new networking solutions, it will be critical to have tests that can isolate issues across new and existing software modules. In this role, you will create a testing framework, write system tests, and work with software engineers on the team to improve our overall software quality. This is a highly cross functional team, so you will also have many opportunities to work with engineers from low level embedded software all the way up to backend solutions. If you have the right skillset, you could have a significant impact not just within our team, but across Apple.

Education & Experience

BS CS/EE or equivalent

Additional Requirements

  • Experience with encrypted communication such as TLS or SSL is a plus
  • iOS application development experience a plus (Objective-C / Swift)