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Senior Software Engineer - QA - Singapore

Senior Software Engineer - QA - Singapore

Sep 25,2017

Responsibilities

As a QA/Test/Automation Engineer, you will navigate around ShopBack’s codebase across various projects, identifying weak spots and constantly designing creative ways to break the product and identify potential problems. You are responsible to constantly raise the quality of our growing suite of products and features. As our business is fast-evolving, we also require our engineers to be versatile and eager to broaden the scope of problems that they tackle.

Develop effective test strategies and plans of action as well as write robust code to test systems
Work with engineer teams to develop a testing culture: drive adoption of unit testings, metrics to monitor code coverage, bug prevention strategies and other quality measures
Demonstrate intuition and knowledge about how to break software and apply this knowledge with measurable result, impacting the quality of the product
Take responsibility for monitoring product development and usage at all levels with an eye toward improving product quality
Lead the test effort from planning and organisation to execution and delivery
 
Requirements

At least 5 years of relevant work experience with Python, Java, PHP, JavaScript and/or other programming languages.
Hands on experience with: HTML, JQuery,Async Programming
Must be proficient in the following: Selenium Webdriver, Selenium Grid . Experience with any Testing Framework, Chai Assertion, Mocha, and Behat are a plus
Demonstrated ability to lead or drive a project with sound technical and design skills.
Demonstrated the ability to do the dry testing of User Stories to prevent the defects.
BA/BS degree in Computer Science or related technical field or equivalent practical experience

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