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Possible starting day
- By asap
The QA Engineer role plays an important part in our company’s product development process. He/She is responsible for managing tests before product launches to ensure the software runs smoothly and meets client needs. If you have an engineering background and enjoy resolving software quality problems, we would be happy to meet you on a personal interview.
- Prepare test data to support test plans
- Create detailed, comprehensive and well-structured acceptance criteria and test cases
- Design, develop and execute automation scripts using open source tools
- Identify, record, document thoroughly and track bugs
- Perform thorough regression testing when bugs are resolved
- Develop procedures that increase the quality and effectiveness of testing
- Cooperate with internal teams (e.g. developers and product managers) to identify system requirements
- Stay up-to-date with new testing tools and test strategies
- Previous work experience in front-end application testing
- Knowledge of software QA methodologies, tools and processes
- Experience in writing clear, concise and comprehensive acceptance criteria and test cases
- Knowledge of automated testing tools and frameworks (Selenium, TestNG)
- Knowledge of Continuous Integration development process and related tools (Git, Jenkins)
- Experience with bug tracking and reporting tools
- Experience working in an Agile development process
- Very strong sense of detail
- Responsible approach to work
- Friendly attitude and willingness to help others
- Eager to learn new and modern technologies (e.g. REST API, GraphQL, React.js, Reason, Jest, Mocha, Karma, Enzyme)
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