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Advanced Automation Test Engineer

Posted: February 5, 2018
Company name: SYMBIO
Location: Beijing China
Country: China
Pay rate: RMB
Poster represents: a recruiting agency
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Onsite: yes
Description: Responsibilities:
• Develop and maintain test scripts in an automated framework
• Provide accurate estimates for test design and execution
• Develop/utilize tools and programs to facilitate testing
• Identify testing strategy for legacy applications with little or no documented requirements
• Work on backend layers, such as third-party tools, API, database, etc., to ensure the underlying technical changes comply with software requirements
• Interpret requirements to develop positive and negative test scenarios
• Adhere to team priorities and work well in an integrated developer/tester environment
Desired skills: Job requirements
1. Bachelor degree or above, computer related professional, English reading and writing proficient, fluent in spoken language
2. Familiar with the software testing process, more than 5 years experience in automated testing work
3. Familiar with Linux and database knowledge
4. Familiar with the common automated testing framework or tools, such as selenium, Appium, Git, Maven, testing, Jenkins, Spring boot etc.
5. Proficient in one or more automated programming languages or scripting languages, such as Java /shell/Javascript, etc.
6. Proficient in UI automated testing, mobile automation testing
7. Set up an automated test environment for configuring Web / Android / IOS products, record, write and maintain automated program scripts, perform automated tests and report problems
8. Prefer to have Java web application development experience with Spring Boot and Angular 4
9. Strong sense of responsibility, strong analysis, learning ability, and better communication skills
10. No nationality limited
Contact information: if you are interested in the position, please contact me .

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