Senior QA Engineer

At Jobsity we take quality of software very seriously. Our QA engineers and analysts are involved since early in the development process to effectively assure performance of our client’s digital products. We’ve collaborated from the conceptualization of projects going trough test planning, continuously executing regression and acceptance tests to QA approve new releases deployment. We’ve had the chance to execute visual regression tests in live sites, test cross platform applications, automate mobile applications, APIs and UI tests to assure stability in continuous release projects. 

We are looking for a quality obsessed QA engineer that wants to help teams to increase the quality of software and increase efficiency of the development process by planning and automating testing procedures. In this role you will be responsible for all kind of testing for our client’s mobile and web applications. You should be able to implement the testing process from scratch, understanding requirements, developing test cases and executing tests guided in project objectives. Among the main qualities the you must be self organized and eager to explore possibilities while testing. Good communication skills are key for successfully delivering test results.

Requirements:

  • 3+ years working in Quality Assurance for web based products
  • Excellent knowledge of software testing practices and the testing process in an agile methodology
  • Experience with QA for mobile and cross platform environments using iOS and Android simulators, virtual machines or other device simulation software
  • Proficiency using bug tracking and metrics tools such as JIRA and Trello
  • Experience automating user interface tests using Selenium IDE, Robot Framework or Nightwatch JS
  • Experience testing RESTful web services using Postman or Advanced REST Client
  • Experience with test case management and reporting tools like TestRail
  • General understanding of web programming and the internals of a web application such as the HTML DOM and databases
  • Experience with version control tools like Git, SVN or Mercurial
  • Strong communication skills and ability to implement new processes
  • Exceptional problem solving and ability to work independently
  • Exceptional learning skills
  • Fluency in both oral and written English
     

Nice to have:

  • Experience in programming including HTML5, CSS3, JS or Python
  • Experience automating tests for RESTful web services
  • Experience automating tests for mobile applications using Appium
  • Experience with performance/load testing

Why you should work here:

Benefits
Professional Development
Competitive Salaries
Fortune 500 Projects
Exchange Programs
Work From Home
Business trips to US and Canada
Quality Assurance
QA
Apply Now!
Upload requirements
Upload requirements
Upload requirements
Upload requirements
Upload requirements
Upload requirements
Staircase
//Consider a staircase of size n = 4: // # ## ### #### // //Observe that its base and height are both equal to n, and the image is drawn using # symbols and spaces. The last line is not preceded by any spaces. // //Write a program that prints a staircase of size n. // //Input Format //A single integer, n, denoting the size of the staircase. // //Output Format //Print a staircase of size n using # symbols and spaces. // //Note: The last line must have 0 spaces in it. // //Sample Input //6 // //Sample Output // # ## ### #### ##### ###### // //Explanation //The staircase is right-aligned, composed of # symbols and spaces, and has a height and width of n = 6.
Solve me First
//Complete the function solveMeFirst to compute the sum of two integers. // //Function prototype: //int solveMeFirst(int x, int y); // //where, // //x is the first integer input. //y is the second integer input // //Return values //sum of the above two integers // //Sample Input //x = 2 //y = 3 // //Sample Output //5 // //Explanation //The sum of the two integers and is computed as: 2 + 3 = 5.
Simple Array Sum
//Given an array of integers, find the sum of its elements. // //Input Format //The first line contains an integer, n, denoting the size of the array. //The second line contains n space-separated integers representing the array's elements. // //Output Format //Print the sum of the array's elements as a single integer. // //Sample Input //6 //1 2 3 4 10 11 // //Sample Output //31 // //Explanation //We print the sum of the array's elements: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 10 + 11 = 31.