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QA Engineer

  • Audinate
  • Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium
  • 31/10/2023
Full time Engineering

Job Description

Who we are and what we do

Audinate leads the world in networked media with our "Dante" technology which is used extensively in professional audio & video applications, including live events, broadcast, entertainment venues and communication systems.  
Dante harnesses the power of IT networking to make AV better, replacing the need for specialised point-to-point analogue and digital connections. With audio and video making up so much of our daily lives, we play an important role in every great audio visual moment. The Dante technology embedded in popular AV products makes it possible for users to connect sound and vision like never before. 
You’ll find us in the largest companies and institutions like the Sydney Opera House, NFL Media Headquarters, Microsoft, major universities and even a 900-year old cathedral featured in Harry Potter. 

What you’ll be working on

As a Quality Assurance Engineer, you will help shape the future direction of quality for our products, in a collaborative Agile environment by working closely with Engineering and Product Delivery teams to ensure successful project completion.

You will be responsible for designing and implementing functional, performance, integration, load, and end-to-end tests. You will have experience in figuring out how to test functionality, write thoughtful automated and manual test cases, and have excellent programming skills to implement automation.



  • Test embedded software and associated components that are part of a software and hardware system for video networked products
  • Review requirements, specifications and technical design documents
  • Identify the testing scope for the project and define effective test approaches
  • Create detailed and well-structured test plans, define entry & exit criteria, traceability matrix
  • Analyse test coverage and bridge the gaps, identify/document risks in the test approach
  • Execute test cases, identify, record and track bugs
  • Perform regression testing when bugs are resolved
  • Design, develop and execute automation scripts
  • Estimate, prioritize, plan and coordinate testing activities
  • Refine and optimize testing processes
  • Co-ordinate with internal teams (e.g. developers and product managers)


Day to Day Responsibilities

  • Perform functional and regression tests
  • Analyse the test failures and provide detailed information to the development teams
  • Execute the automated tests and analyse the failures
  • Enhance the automation as needed
  • Set up the infrastructure needed for testing (automated and manual)
  • Work closely with development, project management team to ensure project timelines are met



  • BSc, BE, or ME in related scientific or engineering discipline.
  • Experience working closely with development and product teams to communicate impacts and to understand business requirements.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Good understanding of hardware, including reading schematics and circuit debugging
  • Strong experience with scripting languages (Python)
  • Experience in agile development methodologies with continuous integration.
  • Experience with hardware communication protocols (I2C, I2S, SPI, UART, Ethernet, USB)
  • Understanding of network protocols, background in audio, video and security
How we work

In the Product Development group we have the flexibility to work from home but also collaborate in-person every week in our Louvain-la-Neuve office as well as working remotely alongside engineering colleagues in the UK and Australia.

What you’ll experience with us
With us, your ambition extends as far as our reach. Working alongside experts and enthusiasts from different backgrounds, you’ll refine your skills as we define our products. We’ll experience and share a purpose we can see and hear as we pioneer the future of AV together.
In addition to a competitive salary, annual bonus and equity incentive plan, you’ll experience our diverse, values-based culture and a range of benefits such as flexible working through to volunteering leave.