Testautomation/QA Engineer-Germany (m/f)

Company
Fingineers Consulting 
City
Berlin, Germany 
Type of contract
Vakituinen työsopimus 
Language
English 
Level
Proficient 
Importance
Required 
Office language
German 
Importance
Desired 
Starting date
Flexible 
Hours/week
Sopimuksen mukaan 

Testautomation/QA Engineer-Germany (m/f)

Berlin, Germany

 

Our client is a well funded global enterprise software company headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, and Germany. We operate in 11 countries and 8 currencies. Our client is the only end-to-end big data analytics application purpose-built for Hadoop that enables the fastest time from raw data to new insights.

 

 

Your areas of responsibilities will be in:

·         Development and execution of automated test cases

·         Documentation of test results

·         Close interaction with software developers

·         Report to Director of QA

·         Participation in daily standup meetings

Experience and Requirements:

·         4+ years professional experience in testautomation

·         Excellent experience in the use of Selenium Webdriver

·         Deep knowledge of programming language like Javascript or Ruby (PHP, Python)

·         Grown experience in web based software testing

·         Hands on experience with continuous integration systems like Jenkins or Bamboo

·         Basic knowledge of MySQL, IntelliJ IDE and Cucumber is a plus

·         ISTQB Certification is a plus

·         English required, German is a plus

 


How to apply for this job:

Our client offers a challenging opportunity in a multinational work environment with English as the company language. We look forward to receiving your application, including your salary expectation and earliest possible start date, at [email protected] with the zipcode RD 001


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