We’re looking for a QA Engineer that great at automation testing for web and have some experience with mobile, API and non-functional testing.
This is an exciting opportunity to have an impact at an early stage of our growth and help company scale into an exceptional place to work.
Apply if you:
✔ Have at least 2 years of experience in a similar role, responsible for testing strategies.
✔ Have work together with internal and external clients and advised on different testing solutions.
✔ Have hands-on experience with non-functional tests.
✔ Have experience in setting up processes for CI/CD.
✔ Have experience in testing API’s.
✔ Have experience in writing automated tests (hands-on knowledge of min. one automation framework)
✔ Are familiar with Page Object Pattern.
✔ Effectively compare and evaluate best practices, methodologies used in testing and tools and techniques used to support manual and automated testing.
✔ Very good command of spoken English (CEFR B2+) (Polish is not required)
Nice to have:
✔ Technical experience: AWS and Docker
✔ Knowledge of Appium
✔ has Basic knowledge of Behave framework
✔ Thorough understanding of User Experience.
✔ Creating a process of quality assurance that everybody trusts.
✔ Being a mentor and facilitator of quality-centric activities.
✔ Preventing bugs before they occur.
✔ Creating test cases/ test plans/ reports/ strategies for automated tests.
✔ Reviewing software requirements.
✔ Executing manual tests.
✔ Creating integration tests.
✔ Treating QA as a continuous activity in stages of the delivery pipeline.
✔ Guarding the business value and end-user value to all stakeholders.
✔ To drive process improvements.
✔ Suggest changes and improvements to projects and products as you see them.
✔ Close cooperation with developers, project owners, projects managers, tech leads and external clients.
✔ Self-growth and self-reliance ✔ Large scale of decision making ✔ UoP OR B2B: according to your preferences ✔ Competitive salary ✔ Possibilty to be qickly promoted and have real impact on salary growth