We are looking for an experienced QA Engineer to join our growing development team.
We are looking for a QA Engineer who will work with both manual and automated tasks. The initial ratio will be approximately 50/50, but as the team currently has many manual tasks they plan to automate, this ratio will lean towards automation more with time.
— 3+ years of experience in Quality Assurance;
— 2+ years of automation testing experience using Java and related technologies;
— Exposure to best practices in testing and software development, including code reviews, debugging, troubleshooting, and CI processes;
— Good grasp and experience in backend testing, either manual or automated (API testing, database testing, server-side testing, etc);
— Strong in Core Java fundamentals and Object Oriented Programming concepts;
— Some experience/comfort with working in a Linux/Unix environment;
— Good spoken and written English (at least Upper-Intermediate).
Nice to have:
— Experience in front-end (APP&Web) & API automation, preferably using tools like Selenium/Rest Assured with a framework like TestNG;
— API-Testing: knowledge of API-level testing in Java, including but not limited to RESTful web service testing;
— Knowledge of Mobile Automation Testing (Appium or alternatives);
— Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Computer science or relevant.
— Assure the product meets high-quality standards;
— Participate in the requirement analysis, identify areas of focus during testing and QC, and communicate these clearly to stakeholders;
— Understand and analyze the functional & regression scope of product development items;
— Good in designing different automation frameworks/architectures based on project needs;
— For any new type of feature or technology able to make progress without any guidance on both fronts;
— Come up with technology suggestions and implementation;
— Coordinate across the team for complete feature deliverables;
— Collaborate with other teams throughout the company (DevOps, Core Team, Development Teams, etc.);
— Explore, Implementation & usage of code coverage tools;
— Curiosity & appetite to learn: would have acquired a detailed understanding of the overall system.
Our customer was one of the first entrants in the gaming industry in 2006 when India started showing the first signs of promise for online gaming. They turned profitable by 2010 in just four years and grew 200x in the next decade.
This is technology-powered analytics and data science company that happens to love games!