Software Engineer

Pacific Biosciences
Job Location
1380 Willow Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Job Description

The Pacific Biosciences instrument manufacturing engineering team is looking for a junior level candidate to grow into a SW engineering role. The appropriate candidate must have a SW engineering background, excellent communication skills, must be self-motivated and have a strong desire to grow professionally. 


1.    Initially (first 6 months) the position will require 
-    Extensive SW test plan/report development and SW testing in an ISO/FDA regulated instrument manufacturing environment.
-    SW bug fixing (candidate skill set dependent) in .net C# development environment. 
-    SW user’s manual development
-    Manufacturing process test plan/report development and process verification in an ISO/FDA regulated instrument manufacturing environment
-    Very hands on.

2.    Long term
-    Documentation development will continue at slower pace
-    SW development (requirements, design, implementation, test and release) in a .net C# environment.
-    Instrument systems engineering
-    Very hands on. 


1.    Excellent verbal and written communication skills
2.    BA/BS in computer science/computer engineering. 
3.    Minimal industry experience required. 
4.    Knowledge of Unix/Linux, shell scripting and network configuration is a plus.
5.    Hands-on experience assembling/troubleshooting computer HW is a plus. 
6.    Must be self-motivated.

How to Apply

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About Our Organization

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability, gender identity, and sexual orientation.

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