HomeKit Software Integrity Engineer
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
Software and Services
The HomeKit team provides the foundation that enables an entire ecosystem of secure and intelligent home connectivity. We are developing technologies and crafting experiences that revolutionize the way people get along with the accessories around them. The team is seeking a talented engineer to help build the Home automation platform and take it to the next level. As a Software Screener/Integrity Engineer on the HomeKit team, you’ll bring your keen observational and analytical skills, empathy for users, and passion for quality to an engineering team working to make the next version of HomeKit remarkably great.
- Strong analytical skills
- Familiarity with consumer-facing software development processes
- Expertise with bug tracking systems
- Experience debugging software issues
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Dedicated, ambitious, detail-oriented, and well-organized
- Experience in shell scripting, make, Python/Perl and Bash
- You will join a hands-on development team that fosters creativity and generates novel solutions to deliver engineering perfection.
- You are upbeat, adaptable, and results oriented with a positive attitude
- - You have excellent judgment and integrity with the ability to make timely and sound decisions
As a screener/integrity engineer on the Home development team, you will triage incoming bugs, understand and find your way through the source code, analyze logs, and determine priority of issues. You will be encouraged to spot emerging issues from bug reports filed by Apple employees and external developers, follow up with bug filers to collect additional information that can help the team debug. You will gain encyclopedic knowledge of an area of HomeKit and apply that knowledge to engineering design discussions and feature planning. You will drive our day-to-day process around bug and source code management in service of delivering high quality features and improvements to our developers and users.
Education & Experience
Coursework in Computer Science/Engineering is desirable, but a specific degree or concentration is not required.