We’re building a complex marketing solution for Blizzard, the legendary game company from California.
The product is based on the concept of native advertising. The key idea is to allow advertisers to embed personalized advertising content right inside the game’s virtual space. For example, players will see the Nike ads just on the wall of the building they pass through when driving a car in a race simulator.
The platform will collect players data, segment the audience, predict user behavior and optimize marketing campaigns.
The project is full of exciting challenges related to big data and high-load. Technology is developed from ground zero, with no legacy, modern stacks only.
What you will do
- Candidate should be able to help develop & maintain automation frameworks for backend or front-end systems
- Work with architects and engineering teams to improve and automate test strategies
- Create overall test plan strategy and test plan based on functional requirements for the product
- Implement test cases, evaluate results, prepare test data and design functional tests in required framework
- Work with our team to trouble- shoot test failures in the test or live environment
- Develop performance test automation using JMeter
- Mentor less senior QA testers in testing and documentation best practices
- 7+ years of experience in automation testing
- Strong programming skills in Java
- Extensive experience with service automation and automation framework development e.g. TestNG
- Familiar with CI/CD Automation and capable of designing CI Automation
- Familiar with AWS/GCP cloud technologies
What you get
- Teams of people who love programming
- Complex technical challenges with big data/AI/high load
- Freedom to make your own engineering decisions and broad space for creativity
- Modern technology stack to work with
- Work remotely or from the office options on a flexible schedule
- Long-lasting projects
- Financial compensation for professional events and education
- Opportunity to choose the equipment you like
- Above-market compensation