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QA Engineer

Job Title: QA Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Hilversum, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €4000 - €4500 per month + Bens
Start Date: ASAP
REF: QAHilv_1507137480
Contact Name: Heral Bharadia
Contact Email: HeralB@montash.com
Job Published: 16 days ago

Job Description

Location: Hilversum, Holland

Role: QA Engineer - X2

Salary: €4500 per month + Bens

Skills: Automated Tester, Automation tester, Scripting with any of (Python, Ruby, JavaScript), BDD, TDD, API, Cucumber, Gui Testing, Mobile Testing, GIT.

Just to make this clear our client is looking for personality over technical skills, they only want someone who is junior with about 2 years experience who is keen to learn, grow and have passion for their subject.

This is an Automated Testing role

Do you like to constantly improve quality of development products and related processes? Would you use any means possible, even "playing-dirty" to ensure perfect score in terms of quality? Simultaneously working in an English speaking environment? Let's strengthen our team as QA Engineer !

The challenge

If QA Engineer you go to work in one of our Scrum or Kanban teams and you contribute to our VOD platform that the driving force behind products such as Videoland and Pathé home . As we are a project-based company, there are also other projects you get started. These projects are always very innovative because our customers want to excel in the media landscape in which they are located. You are completing the missing link between our Service Operations Center and actually solving it by Developers of the reported bugs.

You:

· Has a constant 'thirst' for stability, usability and overall performance;

· Be ambitious and want to excel in what you do. In addition, you are able to be the driving force of a team;

· Know what's going on when it comes to development work. You do not turn your hand to show new initiatives, such as introducing new methodologies and technologies;

· Has a great sense of responsibility and ensures that with whatever measures your business is good for each other;

· Do not be afraid to read consoles, logs, and run API calls.

As for your knowledge and experience, we ask:

· Skills with scripting languages ​​(python, ruby, javascript);

· Git knowledge;

· Experience in test frameworks for:
Unit testing (phpunit, junit, rspec ..);
Gui testing (nightwatch, capybara);
Mobile testing (appium);

· Mind of CI tooling (travis CI, circle CI, bamboo);

· Experience on API testing, tooling related, specification tooling (raml, swagger, apiary);

· Mind of BDD / TDD and cucumber.

If you possess the above and have super communication skills both written and verbal in English apply NOW!!!

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