Our client is in a league of its own, doing magic not only to their clients' financials but to their wellbeing as well.
They are rapidly growing and need an Automation QA Engineer to join their ranks and do miracles with Java.
- Develop and maintain automated tests for ETL pipelines, Data Lake, Data Warehouse, and Data Integration microservices.
- Carry out automated and manual tests on various levels of the testing pyramid to ensure robustness and stability of the system.
- Collaborate with business stakeholders and product managers to clarify requirements for observability, testability and consistency.
- Document and disseminate technical solutions in terms of reports, diagrams and presentations.
- Support and develop junior QA engineers by providing mentoring, coaching and educational opportunities.
- 2+ years of experience in writing automated tests in Java.
- Strong knowledge in QA processes and test methodologies.
- Understanding of SOLID principles and OOP.
- Experience with relational databases and SQL queries.
- Familiarity with Swagger and Open API standards and writing automated API tests for backend services.
- Familiarity with BDD approach using Cucumber, and Contract tests using Pact.
- Familiarity with project management tools like Confluence, Jira and Asana.
- Ability to scope, plan and execute on multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
- Excellent English.
- Strongly motivated and sets demanding standards for personal excellence.
- Autonomous self-starter and highly driven, able to lead large teams and initiatives with limited oversight.
- Effective collaborator with other team members.
- Independent thinker, inquisitive, eager to improve and learn.
- Confident being part of a small team that is building a business.
- Communicates rapidly, openly, inclusively and efficiently.
- Structured thought process and clear communication.
- Potential for equity participation.
- 25 days holiday.
- Flexibility for working from home.
- Your choice of equipment.
...and many more if you're up to it.
Let's talk whenever at firstname.lastname@example.org
(No. 2709 from 17.01.2019)