Design Assurance Engineer in Irving, TX at Volt

Date Posted: 3/19/2018

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Job Description

Design Assurance Engineer – Exceptional Direct Hire opportunity

Volt Workforce Solutions is hiring for a growing company based in Dallas, TX that recognizes the importance of credibility, integrity and trustworthiness to their success as a business.

Our Client: The organization has been pursing ambitious growth and development plans and is now embarking on the design and development of next generation high speed cash processing systems which will reset the global benchmark within the industry and define the market standard for the next 25+ years.  Our client is known for the great care that they take with clients and employees alike, and are looking to expand its team across multiple technical disciplines to support their growth.  They welcome individuals who are thought leaders in their field and can demonstrate drive and professionalism.

  • Our client believes in a culture that fosters team unity and productivity
  • Our client believes in being a critical partner to their customers, helping to drive productivity and efficiency across all operations

The Position: We’re looking for a Design Assurance Engineer that will support the Design Assurance group in the ensuring and validating that products from the engineering department perform as intended, are of high quality, and are configuration controlled.  This position resides in the Design Assurance group within the engineering department.  This position reports to the Design Assurance group lead who reports to the Engineering Manager.


  • Validate that engineering products are of desired quality prior to deployment, ensuring correct functionality, performance evaluation, regression testing, and stability.
  • Design and development of test plans and detailed test cases based on requirements and defects.
  • Execute test plans on prototype and/or production systems.
  • Document test results, tracking any outstanding issues to closure.
  • Assist engineers in data collection, investigation and resolution of problems.
  • Configure systems for test.
  • Validate that products for test and/or release are from the correct controlled baseline.
  • Assist with data collection and analysis for categorization and trending.
  • Perform configuration management activities engineering documents
  • Perform tasks related to the product change order (PCO) process such as, ensuring RFCs and PCOs are routed and processed appropriately, assisting as necessary in data collection for new RFCs, and data collection for types and sources of RFCs.
  • Prepare for and support Change Review Board (CRB) meetings.
  • Ability to travel (domestically and internationally) up to 30% of the time.
  • To always act and behave in a way compliant with all CPS guidelines and policies, especially those relating to values and behaviours, environmental health and safety, ethics and codes of conduct.
  • To engage in activities delivering changes and improvements that provides costs savings, efficiencies and process improvements.
  • To support the behavior of working as a team, sharing best practices and collaborating with colleagues outside of own sphere of business.


  • Bachelor or Associate of Science degree in related field or a minimum 5 years relevant experience.
  • Working knowledge & experience testing complex hardware/software systems in a structured environment.
  • Working knowledge & experience in testing User Interface software in a Microsoft Windows environment is desirable.
  • Working knowledge & experience in configuration management.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to learn quickly.
  • Understanding of requirement and test case management
  • Familiarity with version management tools such as Subversion, CVS or MS SourceSafe.
  • Familiarity with defect and quality tools, such as ClearQuest and Test Director or other ALM tools.
  • Working knowledge of Test Automation tools
  • Familiarity with MRP tools such as QAD or SAP.
  • Familiarity with MS Word, Excel and Visio.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision or as part of a team. 

Key Competencies

  • Must have good communication skills required to communicate with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Hard-working, goal oriented and with a high level of energy and enthusiasm; able to operate efficiently, effectively and professionally within a fast paced, dynamic and results driven business environment.
  • A flexible and adaptable attitude, willing to accept and drive change, and able to work comfortably with ambiguity, frequent change and unpredictability.
  • Ability to take direction from line managers and colleagues to facilitate the fast-paced culture and delivery of reports to tight timelines.
  • Always act and behave in a way compliant with all CPS company guidelines and policies, especially those relating to values and behaviors, environmental health and safety, ethics and codes of conduct, as it is through living our values that we strengthen the culture of our business, and demonstrate our understanding of the Code of Business Principles.

Please apply to position or contact Debbie Linville at (317) 599-4893 for any questions and more details regarding this position.

At this time, sponsorship or relocation assistance is not provided for this opportunity.

Volt has been serving some of the nation's strongest companies for over 60 years. As a Volt candidate, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our partners.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer