We are looking for an Automation QA Engineer, who will be able to support and maintain already designed as well as develop new automation test cases to cover project modules, which require often regression.
The test automation framework is being developed for end-to-end testing of the most critical project functionalities.
Java + Selenium + TestNG are the core tools of the framework. Even though the tests use UI to simulate user actions, the API calls are being executed as well for test data set up / tear down and assertions (for this purpose we have got REST Assured). Maven is being used as a build management tool and Allure is being used for reporting.
The test suite is being executed on a nightly basis (scheduled Jenkins job). Test run reports are being delivered in Slack channel as Allure HTML link.
Currently, there are ~190 tests to be maintained. Though there is a lot of room for creating new tests, maintenance definitely won’t be the biggest part of the job.
We are looking for an Automation QA who:
As an Automation QA, you will:
About the project:
The client is one of the most famous Swiss universities, traditionally featuring in various TOP-100 world universities rankings. Being an innovative institution, the university has gone through a digital transformation in recent years. We are working on a solution that combines features of the Research Information System and Campus Management Platform.
As a Research Information System, the solution allows to track of the academic progress of the research fellows within the university. The system automatically generates personal reports for researchers based on a list of KPIs, such as number of the academic publications within a certain timeframe and department, number of the research grants obtained and amount of funds raised for each etc. Reports can be used for personal reasons as well as to make decisions about the academic promotion of the university staff. The Research Information System is currently used within the medical faculty, however, the expansion to other faculties is expected in the near future. As a Campus Management System, the solution can be useful in several ways: to generate professors’ and students’ personal schedules, assign rooms and track professors’ workload.
The project offers complex business challenges from the perspective of business logic and opportunities for growth and personal development.
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