June 08, 2008

Come break Photoshop (in a good way)

The Photoshop team is recruiting for a color-savvy Quality Engineer:

 

Are you a specialist in digital imaging science? Do you possess an in-depth knowledge of color management? Are you eager to bring your experience and analytical skills to a dynamic testing environment?

 

The Photoshop team is looking for an eager Quality Engineer who specializes in the area of digital imaging science and possesses an in-depth knowledge of color management. You need to exhibit potential in the areas of understanding QE methodologies and approaches, which encompasses scripting and automation capabilities. You must also be able to work independently to complete deliverables and tasks on time, have excellent communication skills and work well in a team environment with members of all functional groups.

 

Be prepared to detail your expertise and experience, answer some technical questions, describe details of imaging science and be able to speak to your color management background.

 

For more info see the PDF, and if you’re interested in applying for the position, please send your info to recruiter Juliya Alvarez.

Posted by John Nack at 3:48 PM on June 08, 2008

Comments

  • Nadee — 8:28 PM on June 08, 2008

    Very interesting. However, some of the links on the third page of the PDF document doesn’t seem to work. Thought you might want to know.
    Keep up the good work. Cheers.

  • jay stevens — 11:15 AM on June 09, 2008

    I love photoshop. Adobe rules. I love this blog.
    Thanks
    Jay

  • Andrew Webb — 4:23 PM on June 09, 2008

    “You need to exhibit potential in the areas of understanding QE methodologies and approaches, which encompasses scripting and automation capabilities. ”
    I could potentially understand those things. Should I apply?

  • Doug Nelson — 12:57 AM on June 10, 2008

    So many of these ads in the tech sector are so incredibly specific I’m amazed they ever get filled. But Adobe will probably get hundreds of qualified applicants, which is beyond amazement.

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