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To find out more about our current opportunities, please click the links below to expand the job description at the bottom of the page. These positions are based in Cambridge, UK unless otherwise stated.

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Cambridge, UK

Are you an Embedded Software Engineer who likes to straddle hardware and software and loves having a wide variety of instrumentation on your desk?

Our developers relish having to implement solutions from both areas and have had to acquire many new skills along the way. For example in addition to writing drivers in the software, you may well end up helping to verify the silicon designs as well.

Do you enjoy flexible working hours and excellent development tools and facilities? We do, for example we have custom built scrum stand-up rooms and core hours of 10am to 4pm.

Interested? Then help us design, develop and improve the embedded software for our evolving range of network display ASICs. We’d expect you to be an experienced, passionate and creative engineer with experience of developing embedded software for System on Chip (SoC) products.

Your experience will demonstrate an ability to write assembler, C and ideally C++ programs targeted at embedded systems, primarily 32 bit processors. You should also have strong skills in prototyping, debugging and hardware bring-up.

Experience of Video interfacing (e.g. HDMI, DisplayPort), or Communication protocols – e.g. USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi (802.11g/n/ac) will enable you to contribute quickly.

If you enjoy agile software development then join our team that uses industry best practices and guiding principles that include responsiveness, trust, aspiration and audaciousness. We invest in the best tools to give you the most productive environment, such as custom built rooms for our scrum stand-ups. You would also get to work flexible hours (core hours being 10am to 4pm) to help fit in with your lifestyle.

This is an opportunity for you to master a new technical area and contribute to high quality engineering methodology by knowledge sharing, encouraging best practice and mentoring less experienced members of the team.

You won’t simply cut code – you’d contribute significantly by engaging in discussions and exploring potential alternative solutions. In addition you will participate in the analysis, definition and time estimates of features and projects. This is a chance to grow your technical and team leading abilities.

If you have a solid C/C++ and understanding of low level hardware and systems, skills in areas such as compression, optimisation and cryptography, Real Time Operating Systems and experience in a few of: Windows, MAC, USB, Ethernet and audio, then please get in touch!

Do you enjoy IC / ASIC production related design, simulation and vector generation?

Is synthesis scan insertion and rules checking and ATPG your area of expertise?

Does STA constraints and analysis, Vector debug and test program assistance make you get up in the morning? If so, then please get in touch as this is what you’ll get to do at DisplayLink!

Essential skills will include:

·        Verilog and VHDL

·        Simulation and debug skills

·        Exposure to synthesis scan insertion or ATPG or Synopsys PrimeTime

·        Interest in production side of IC development

·        Willingness to learn and develop broad reaching skills

Additional desired skills include:

·        Any DFT, scan insertion or ATPG (TetraMAX)

·        Mentor Questa sim, system Verilog

·        Any Synopsys SMS experience

·        ATE vector translation

 

 

Do you like to own and be responsible for the timely delivery of all Engineering projects and programs? Are you able to drive the improvement and coordinate the cross-functional alignment of organisation business processes?

If so, read on as we may have the right opportunity for you to excel:

A selection of the responsibilities for the Director of Programs & Change include:

·        Start up, run and deliver all cross-functional programs to challenging deadlines, across the full project lifecycle to ensure both internal and customer outcomes are met.

·        Be able to identify and use the appropriate management methodology for a project or program whether it be Agile, traditional waterfall or a combination of the two.

·        Companywide responsibility for ensuring cross-functional integrated processes that deliver the highest value in the most effective and efficient manner.

·        Lead and demonstrate continuous improvement – research and keep abreast of new and improved project, program and development methodologies.

·        Actively contributing and participating in DisplayLink product strategy direction by driving the concept phase of potential new developments.

·        Shape and deploy departmental changes, ensuring understanding and buy-in.

·        Be an ambassador for DisplayLink by establishing and developing key partner and external customer relationships as required.

 

If this sounds of interest please email us your CV and a covering note explaining why you feel you suit this role to recruitment@displaylink.com

Do you have deep knowledge of embedded Linux development?

Have a great experience and understanding of processors / platforms / toolchains for embedded Linux?

Do you get excited by very low level C++ development work, bare metal programming?

If so and you enjoy agile software development then you’ll be comfortable within our team that uses industry best practices and guiding principles that include responsiveness, trust, aspiration and audaciousness.

We invest in the best tools to give you the most productive environment, such as custom built rooms for our scrum stand-ups. You would also get to work flexible hours (core hours being 10am to 4pm) to help fit in with your lifestyle.

You won’t simply cut embedded Linux code – you’d contribute significantly by engaging in discussions and exploring potential alternative solutions. In addition you will participate in the analysis, definition and time estimates of features and projects. This is a chance to grow your technical and team leading abilities.

In addition to solid C++ Embedded Linux experience desirable attributes include:

·        Experience improving performance across a transport protocol

·        USB, Ethernet, Audio, Video

·        Knowledge in areas such as compression, optimisation and cryptography

·        Appreciation of automated testing within a backlog to maintain quality

·        Involvement in Agile community of practice

 

 

If you have recently graduated or about to graduate and wish to learn and enjoy agile software development then join our team that uses industry best practices and guiding principles that include responsiveness, trust, aspiration and audaciousness. We invest in the best tools to give you the most productive environment, such as custom built rooms for our scrum stand-ups. You would also get to work flexible hours (core hours being 10am to 4pm) to help fit in with your lifestyle.

This is an opportunity for you to learn and master a technical area and contribute to high quality engineering methodology. We support each other by knowledge sharing, encouraging best practice and mentoring more junior colleagues.

You won’t simply cut code – you’d contribute significantly by engaging in discussions and exploring potential alternative solutions. In addition you will participate in the analysis, definition and time estimates of features and projects. This is a chance to grow your technical and team leading abilities.

To be considered you will need good solid C/C++ knowledge and understanding of low level hardware and systems, gained from home projects and university projects.  Knowledge in areas such as compression, optimisation and cryptography, Real Time Operating Systems are ideal as is experience in a few of: Windows, MAC, USB, Ethernet and audio.

Have you progressed from being a Software Product Owner to leading and providing oversight of all Software Product Owners? Are you responsible for ensuring all Agile Software Teams are delivering maximum value to the business, and to the customers and users?

Are you still hands on, for example fulfilling the role of SW Product Owner directly for a development team and thus leading by example?

If so then this is an ideal opportunity for you to champion best practice in Agile Product Ownership, engaging with the Agile SW community and facilitating positive change within DisplayLink.

You would help teams maximize their velocities; assessing and maximizing the business value delivered by each development team.

To succeed in this role would also need:

  • Experience as a Product Owner delivering High Volume / Mass Market software
  • A broad understanding of Agile methodologies and best practice SW design principles
  • Stakeholder management and demonstrably commercially astute
  • Knowledge of automated and unit level testing, or TDD

Do you enjoy designing ICs that are used by millions of end users?

Like to see your work appear in big name consumer products?

If so then join our IC Design team to design and implement our innovative network display products which are natively supported in a number of operating systems including Chrome, Windows, Mac and Linux.

You will be involved in many or all aspects of the design process from specification and architecture through RTL design of modules, functional verification, synthesis and timing closure, to silicon validation and production test.

Optimisation and enhancement of device level architecture are also key aspects of this role.

Please take a read of http://www.displaylink.com/small-office/benefits to see why you would enjoy developing our products.

Also read http://www.displaylink.com/careers/life-at-displaylink to see why it’s fun to come to work!

The boring part of our advert:

To excel in this job it is likely that you have a proven track record of multiple successful chip development cycles at 40nm and below, experience of FPGA prototyping, knowledge of PCB development, must have a ‘can do’ attitude and will be willing to work on any part of the flow as required in this dynamic and exciting environment.

Essential Attributes

  • RTL design (VHDL or Verilog)
  • Verification
  • Experience of 40nm SoC designs
  • Experience of integrating external IP
  • Good Engineering degree or equivalent
  • Excellent team-working skills
  • Flexibility

Desireable Attributes

  • Synthesis, timing closure and STA
  • PCB development
  • FPGA experience
  • C or Assembler programming
  • Network/Interface experience (USB, Ethernet, 802.11x, PCIe)
  • Video and Audio experience
  • Comfortable with Linux operating system

Do you enjoy verifying ICs that will be used by millions of end users?

Like to see your work appear in big name consumer products?

If so then join our IC Design team to focus primarily on verification of our complex SoC devices but will also work with the team to enhance our existing SoC verification methodology using next generation verification techniques including high level verification languages.

The role may also involve many or all parts of the flow from block or system level specification and RTL design of modules for use in IC or FPGA, through functional verification, synthesis and timing closure, to silicon validation and production test.

Please take a read of http://www.displaylink.com/small-office/benefits  to see why you would enjoy developing our products.

Also read http://www.displaylink.com/careers/life-at-displaylink  to see why it’s fun to come to work! 

The boring bits:

You will have a ‘can do’ attitude and will be passionate about verification, and will be key to the continuous improvement of our verification environment, allowing DisplayLink to continue developing leading edge ICs, and be willing to work on any part of the flow as required in this dynamic and exciting environment.

Essential Attributes

·        High-level Verification Language (SystemVerilog preferred, or Specman E)

·        Experience of the following verification techniques:

·        BFMs

·        Assertion based verification

·        Random test benches

·        Functional coverage

·        Experience of SoC designs

·        RTL design (VHDL or Verilog)

·        Good Engineering degree or equivalent

·        Team working and Flexibility

Desirable Attributes

·        Formal equivalence checking

·        C or Assembler programming

·        FPGA experience

·        Network/Interface experience (USB, Ethernet, 802.11x, PCIe)

 

·        Video experience

Are you able to analyze and solve technical problems that span the boundaries between Software ASIC Firmware, hardware design and compliance?

Do you enjoy liaising and networking with industry peers during conferences and meetings and provide summaries of market and technical intelligence?

Enjoy leading small projects working with 3rd parties to quickly turn ideas into working proto-types?

You’ll need an active interest and knowledge of current image and video codec technical standards to be able to assist in promoting DisplayLink technology to key customers and partners at Engineer to CTO level. Being aware of industry standards and changes in design processes will assist you in exploring industry systems/technologies to provide advice if they are relevant and exploitable.

Additional responsibilities / tasks include:

·        Working with Sales and Marketing to promote the benefits of DisplayLink solutions.

·        Working independently using initiative but also work as part of a team dependent on the task.

·        Contribute to cross functional teams in software, embedded software chip development, security and testing.

·        Review and validate both board designs and silicon devices.

·        Provide design advice to OEMs and partner companies.

·        Support other departments with system related issues.

·        Perform feasibility studies and technical investigations.

·        Creating and managing PCB designs, software and firmware for fast prototyping.

·        Managing small outsourced projects from start to finish.

·        Creating internal and customer facing application notes and technical reports.

·        Supporting the generation of new ideas for IP and patents.

This position covers numerous part of our business with its wide reach and can influence across all departments and levels inside DisplayLink, therefore if you are looking for a wide reaching role that could enable new markets for our products, please send your CV to recruitment@displaylink.com

As DisplayLink continues to expand into new markets we have an opportunity for a Senior Product Manager to join us and focus on the growing Virtual / Augmented Reality markets however in addition be able and happy to grow our business into additional areas as they are identified.

If you enjoy defining, championing and launching new products, including road-map development and strategy then this could be the job for you!

A key responsibility will be to research and analyse market data and information to build a business case for presentation to management, championing and promoting the product through the product approval cycle, and becoming product manager if approved.

This is your opportunity to help define world leading and successful designs - defining product roadmaps and resolve positioning of existing products with the new offerings.

In addition, you will develop new customers and opportunities by promoting and engaging with customers and sales to promote DisplayLink technology and products with the objective of securing design wins.

We are looking for a candidate with experience of the semiconductor industry and a real passion of this technology as you will be defining and championing new features - you’ll solicit feature ideas from Customers, Sales, FAEs and Engineering. You need to love the product, believe in your ideas, trust your judgement.

If you love seeing the results of your efforts being sold in the millions, please contact us!

Do you live and breathe Virtual Reality? Would you like to bring new ideas into the strategic and systems team of DisplayLink?

This is a rare opportunity to use your proven commercial software development experience in VR related products and carry out research, investigations and prototyping to maximise the potential of the DisplayLink technology in the world of virtual reality.

Your initial focus therefore will be to develop innovative and fun virtual reality experiences which utilize our ultra-low latency wireless tracking and display technology.

We are looking for an experienced VR/game developer and a generalist who is comfortable with all aspects of game programming / virtual reality applications.

Any motion control development experience or video codec experience would be a big plus. Most importantly, you should be a proactive self-starter who thrives in a small company environment where they can take on the greater responsibilities involved.

Responsibilities include:

         Prototype, design, and implement new virtual reality engine APIs

         Tackle ANY necessary programming tasks required to ship fully working demos of the new VR APIs

         Review new product requirements, provide feedback, and contribute to project planning activities

Job requirements:

         Game / VR development industry experience leading to the launch of successful products

         Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Computer Science, Maths, or Engineering or equivalent experience

         Solid commercial experience using C/C++

         Virtual Reality development experience (Oculus Rift, Vive, Playstation VR, or Gear VR)

Desired skills:

         Game network programming experience

         UE4, Unity, Source Engine, or CryEngine development experience

         Motion control development experience, e.g. HTC Vive, Oculus Touch, Razer Hydra, Sony Move, Microsoft Kinect, Nintendo Wii

         Passion for video games and virtual reality

         General systems experience across Hardware and Software

Is software testing what you do? Is it what you love, and frankly you couldn’t see yourself doing anything else?

It’s not all about software of course, as a DisplayLink tester you will be exposed to the subtleties of testing our hardware and associated firmware that all go into our innovative consumer electronics products. It’s not going to be easy but it is going to fun!

You would bring an extra dimension to the team and while testing is a shared activity you will be the one driving testing forward - delivering quality features and product where your testing isn’t an afterthought, it’s something we believe in passionately. Our testers are there from the very beginning of a project.

We support the wider testing by hosting workshops, coffee mornings, and can often be found engaging with other testers at various conferences.

Interested? Let’s see what it means to be a DisplayLink tester:

• you’ll need a sound understanding of testing strategy, planning, test case design, and bug reporting, while appreciating that context really matters.

• you will be aware of the continuing developments within the testing domain and enjoy mining all sources of information necessary to understand the issues at hand.

• you realise that quality is value to some person (you might even know who coined the phrase). 

• you’ll understand what exploratory testing is, that it’s not simply ‘ad hoc’ testing.

• have experience of automation / scripting and know when to and when not to automate.

• experience in areas such as setting up PCs, PC peripherals and networks, using Windows 10, 8, 7, Mac and any experience of performing Device Driver, Hardware, Firmware, Software, Video, Installer, GUI or Desktop testing.

 

 

Do you have deep knowledge of network stacks and topology?

Have an understanding of the various IEEE 802.11 specifications and their benefits?

Do IEEE 802.11 specifications, Wi-Fi Direct and/or other wireless protocols get you exited?

If so and you enjoy agile software development then you’ll be comfortable within our team that uses industry best practices and guiding principles that include responsiveness, trust, aspiration and audaciousness.

We invest in the best tools to give you the most productive environment, such as custom built rooms for our scrum stand-ups. You would also get to work flexible hours (core hours being 10am to 4pm) to help fit in with your lifestyle.

You won’t simply cut wireless code – you’d contribute significantly by engaging in discussions and exploring potential alternative solutions. In addition you will participate in the analysis, definition and time estimates of features and projects. This is a chance to grow your technical and team leading abilities.

In addition to solid C++ and experience / knowledge of wireless protocols desirable attributes include:

·        Experience with USB-IP, MA-USB, WBE, Wireless USB or other virtualised USB protocols

·        Use of Embedded Linux as a platform

·        Experience improving performance across a transport protocol

·        Appreciation of automated testing within a backlog to maintain quality

·        Involvement in Agile community of practice

 

Katowice, Poland

Due to the continued growth of DisplayLink and success of our products, we are looking for an experienced, passionate and creative Embedded Software Engineer to define and develop the embedded software for our innovative next generation of network display ASICs.
The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to write C++ and C programs targeted at embedded systems 32 bit processors.
Principle tasks will be to develop software within embedded operating systems for DisplayLink’s next generation of chips. Experience of writing and delivering device drivers within constrained environments is essential. The successful candidate will have demonstrated these skills by being a key player in the specification and implementation of new embedded platforms.
The ability to communicate at all levels, to lead by example and to drive and motivate other team members is essential.
Very good team work skills, fluent English language and great communication skills are essential for us. Also past experience of participating in Agile projects and understanding of computer graphic programming would be a plus.
Demonstration of experience in all areas of the software development lifecycle for multiple projects will be required.
Ability to cooperate within multinational and globally spread software development infrastructure is basic requirement.
Flexibility and adaptability are essential attributes, coupled with a high level of enthusiasm, commitment, drive and initiative. A pro-active, goal driven and innovative approach to working will be expected.
DisplayLink required top qualification as most of our solutions are a breakthrough in currently existing technologies.

Essential Attributes:

  • Experience in implementing software for System On Chip products (C++, C)
  • Experience with embedded 32bit processors
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to learn new technology quickly
  • Commitment, enthusiasm, drive

Desirable Attributes:

  • USB and networking knowledge
  • Python
  • Assembler
  • Experience in working both with RTOS-es and bare-metal applications
  • Flexibility- ability to work between high and low-level software
  • Experience with ASIC simulation and emulation platforms
  • Digital electronics knowledge
  • Knowledge about how to use lab devices: traffic analysers, oscilloscope, multimeter

Additional:

  • Willing to participate in the first 1-2 weeks training period being an adaptation phase located in Cambridge UK, office (Cambridge visit breaks adaptable -  tbd)
  • Ready to join the DisplayLink team for permanent work in Katowice location.
  • Ready to participate in international projects requiring short visits to the UK due to project consultancy, meetings and communication needs.
  • Fluent English language allowing effective work in multinational and globally spread teams.

Our comprehensive benefits package includes:

  • Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
  • Additional Health Insurance package including full medical care for employee and family
  • Relocation Expenses as appropriate (for Katowice location)
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Subsidized Gym Membership/Usage
  • Self-renewing company fridge and snack shelf
  • 3-5 monitors for every tester. More desktop real estate that anyone can imagine

To apply for this position, email us rekrutacja@displaylink.com 

English is our corporate language, so please carry on all correspondence in English.
We guarantee absolute confidentiality and protection of personal data.
Personal data will only be used in the recruitment process and future work.



 

Would you like to become responsible for recruiting technical staff in a high technology company?

Are you talented in social media and able to attract those hard to find candidates?

Do you enjoy working in English and Polish written and spoken languages?

This is an opportunity for you to work collaboration with the Recruitment Manager and the Cambridge HR team to handle the recruitment activities of all vacancies for the Katowice Office.

You will provide the recruitment support to all local line managers, as well as liaising with new joiners directly to provide relocation support (if applicable) and respond to queries etc.

As a Recruitment & HR Specialist you will be responsible for the following:

·        The design and publication of job advertisements in relevant media drawing on your knowledge and experience and those of your colleagues in all departments.

·        Organize and lead local activities aimed at attracting potential candidates and raising the DisplayLink profile, for example recruitment fairs, activities with Universities, meet ups.

·        Contact potential candidates and attract them to DisplayLink by direct search, referrals, and social media methods.

·        Prepare internal and external communications, for example recruitment bulletins, referral reminders, DisplayLink news articles.

·        Prepare and issue all employment/contractor offer documentation, including assisting with authorisation forms for new vacancies, preparing offer letters, issuing contracts of employment (using template forms) for executive sign off, track the return of all documentation and create personnel records for new employees.

·        Maintain and keep up to date the candidate tracking system for the Katowice DisplayLink office candidates and produce weekly status reports.

·        Conduct initial HR recruitment telephone interviews and participate in face to face interviews.

·        Organise telephone and face to face interviews.

·        Provide administrative support for HR activities in Poland

·        Provide information on new starters to payroll

·        Conduct new starter inductions ensuring all paperwork is collected.

·        You will be inducted into your role and later supported by well experienced Recruitment/HR specialists from DisplayLink Cambridge office.

Requirements:

To be successful in this role we would expect you to have solid prior technical recruitment experience. Although prior in house (internal) technical recruitment experience is highly beneficial for the right candidate a recruiter looking to move into in house recruitment will be considered.

An excellent level of spoken and written English language will be essential to enable daily communication with your Cambridge, UK colleagues.

To apply for this position, email us at rekrutacja@displaylink.com

English is our corporate language, so please carry on all correspondence in English.

We guarantee absolute confidentiality and protection of personal data.

Personal data will only be used in the recruitment process and future work.

Is software testing what you do? Is it what you love, and frankly you couldn’t see yourself doing anything else?

As a Senior DisplayLink tester you will be exposed not only to software testing but also to the subtleties of testing our hardware and associated firmware that all go into our innovative consumer electronics products. It’s not going to be easy but it is going to fun! We work with biggest on the market – Lenovo, Dell, HP and others.

You would deliver quality features and products while testing in DisplayLink is essential part of development process. Our testers are there from the very beginning of a project. Testing is what we do and quality is what we care about.

We provide trainings, project related trips and we can often be found engaging with other testers at various conferences.

Interested? Let’s see what it means to be a DisplayLink tester:

• you’ll need good understanding of testing strategy and execution, planning, test case design, and bug reporting, while appreciating that context really matters.

• you will be interested in continuing developments within the testing domain and enjoy getting to the bottom of the problem finding all information necessary to understand the issues at hand.

• you realise that quality is value to some person (you might even know who coined the phrase). 

• you’ll understand difference between testing and checking.

• have some level of experience in automation and scripting and know when to use them.

• experience in areas such as setting up PCs, PC peripherals and networks, using Windows 10, 8, 7 or Mac.


To apply for this position, email us at rekrutacja@displaylink.com 
English is our corporate language, so please carry on all correspondence in English.
We guarantee absolute confidentiality and protection of personal data.
Personal data will only be used in the recruitment process and future work.

We are looking for exceptionally skilled C++ developers to develop services, applications and core library functions for our innovative network display products.
The role involves development, implementation and testing of new desktop applications, background services, libraries and utilities. It also gives an opportunity to take part in larger product and technology development projects. The successful applicant will be able to write robust, reliable code that is appropriate for consumer products, whilst also being able to turn around new designs rapidly during the prototyping phase.
Very good team work skills, fluent English language and great communication skills allowing communicating to different levels of organisation are essential for us. Also past experience of participating in Agile projects and understanding of computer graphic programming would be a plus.
We require solid development skills allowing working comfortably with C++ projects creating innovative, effective and usable engineering/scientific styles applications. Experience in multi-threaded programming and knowledge of networking, graphics is desired. Familiarity with all areas of the software development lifecycle for multiple projects is essential.
Ability to cooperate within multinational and globally spread software development infrastructure is basic requirement.
Flexibility and adaptability are essential attributes, coupled with a high level of enthusiasm, commitment, drive and initiative. A pro-active, goal driven and innovative approach to working will be expected.
DisplayLink requires top qualification as most of our solutions are a breakthrough in currently existing technologies.

Essential attributes:

  • Strong C++ skills with proven experience of using it in commercial projects (C++11/14 is a plus)
  • Experience in software development for Windows
  • Very good scientific/engineering degree or equivalent
  • Experience in object-oriented design and development
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to learn quickly and adapt to changing environment
  • Commitment, enthusiasm, drive

Desirable attributes:

  • Familiar with Scrum and/or Kanban
  • Multi threaded environment experience
  • Practical use of unit testing and experience in designing for testability
  • Ability to work with both high and low level code
  • Graphics programming experience
  • Familiar with software development for OS X, Linux, Android
  • Experience in Windows Driver development

Additional:

  • Willing to participate in training in Cambridge, UK office in first weeks, being an adaptation phase to the organisation (1-2 weeks)
  • Ready to join the DisplayLink team for permanent work in Katowice location.
  • Ready to participate in international projects requiring short time visiting UK due project consultancy, meetings and communication needs.
  • Fluent English language allowing effective work in multinational and globally spread teams.

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
  • Additional Health Insurance package including full medical care for employee and family
  • Relocation Expenses as appropriate (for Katowice location)
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Subsidized Gym Membership/Usage
  • Self-renewing company fridge and snack shelf
  • 3-5 monitors for every tester. More desktop real estate that anyone can imagine

To apply for this position, email us rekrutacja@displaylink.com
English is our corporate language, so please carry on all correspondence in English.
We guarantee absolute confidentiality and protection of personal data.
Personal data will only be used in the recruitment process and future work.

Is software testing what you do? Is it what you love, and frankly you couldn’t see yourself doing anything else?

As a DisplayLink tester you will be exposed not only to software testing but also to the subtleties of testing our hardware and associated firmware that all go into our innovative consumer electronics products. It’s not going to be easy but it is going to fun! We work with biggest on the market – Lenovo, Dell, HP and others.

You would deliver quality features and products while testing in DisplayLink is essential part of development process. Our testers are there from the very beginning of a project. Testing is what we do and quality is what we care about.

We provide trainings, project related trips and we can often be found engaging with other testers at various conferences.

Interested? Let’s see what it means to be a DisplayLink tester:

• you’ll need good understanding of testing strategy and execution, planning, test case design, and bug reporting, while appreciating that context really matters.

• you will be interested in continuing developments within the testing domain and enjoy getting to the bottom of the problem finding all information necessary to understand the issues at hand.

• you realise that quality is value to some person (you might even know who coined the phrase). 

• you’ll understand difference between testing and checking.

• have some level of experience in automation and scripting and know when to use them.

• experience in areas such as setting up PCs, PC peripherals and networks, using Windows 10, 8, 7 or Mac.


To apply for this position, email us at rekrutacja@displaylink.com
English is our corporate language, so please carry on all correspondence in English.
We guarantee absolute confidentiality and protection of personal data.
Personal data will only be used in the recruitment process and future work.

UK employee benefits

  • Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
  • Flex time schedule: Allows employees to vary their start and finish times around our core hours of 10am to 4pm
  • 25 days annual holiday
  • Group Life cover at 4 times basic salary
  • Permanent Health Insurance
  • Relocation Expenses as appropriate
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Subsidised Gym Membership

Basic salary + % payable within a Salary Sacrifice scheme to cover Pension and Private Medical Insurance.

US employee benefits

  • Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
  • 20 vacation days annually
  • Health, dental, and life insurance package
  • Relocation expenses as appropriate
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Subsidized Gym Membership

Poland employee benefits

  • Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
  • Additional Health Insurance package including full medical and hospital care for employee and their family
  • Relocation Expenses as appropriate (for Katowice location)
  • Employee Referral Bonus
  • Subsidized Gym Membership/Usage
  • Self-renewing company fridge and snack shelf
  • 3-5 monitors for every tester. More desktop real estate that anyone can imagine
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