QA Madness is a European IT service company focusing strongly on QA and cyber security. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Poland.
Currently, we are searching for an experienced Automation QA Engineer (C#) to become a great addition to our team.
You will work on projects related to Private/Business aviation, designing applications for one of the major Private Aviation companies.
— 3+ years of experience working with Manual and Automation testing;
— Deep knowledge of testing design patterns and automation patterns;
— Medium coding skills in C# .Net 6.0;
— Basic understanding of Docker and Selenium;
— Basic knowledge of relational Databases and SQL;
— Gherkin syntax knowledge is desired;
— Extensive CI/CD knowledge;
— GIT methodology;
— Successfully use ISTQB test design best practices;
— Familiarity with Agile Software Development Methodologies;
— Strong oral and written communication skills in English;
— Be a good team player.
— Participate in both Manual and Automation tasks;
— Be in charge of the assigned automation tasks (understand the requirements of the story, write an appropriate set of test cases, and code the necessary automation tests);
— Design and perform functional testing of the applications;
— Design and perform API testing using 3rd party tools (e.g., postman);
— Design and implement automatic BackEnd /REST API tests in C# .Net 6.0 (using Requests library or similar);
— Write high-level documentation in a clear and structured way: class diagrams, test-framework/test suite flow, etc;
— Find gaps/issues in the code/design of the testing framework;
— Help coordinate the release process and maintain created Continuous Integration pipeline;
— Help to define any part of a project testing strategy;
— Participate in code reviews for other team members;
— Assist junior team members when requested.
— Education and training in the domain;
— Competitive compensation and salary reviews;
— Excellent career opportunities;
— Democratic management style & friendly environment;
— Schedule flexibility and work-from-home options;
— Annual paid vacations (24 calendar days) and paid sick leaves (12 days);
— Regular corporate events and team buildings;
— English classes;
— Medical insurance;
— Tax compensation and accounting services.