Identity Automation LP

  • Quality Assurance Automation Engineer

    Job Locations US-TX-Houston | US-TX-Austin | US-TX-Houston | US | US
    Posted Date 5 months ago(11/27/2018 12:19 PM)
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  • Overview

    We are currently looking for a Quality Assurance Automation Engineer to design, develop, and maintain automated testing with a focus on application-based automated functional and regression testing.  You will use your experience in test automation to implement automated tests, regression test suites and infrastructure to ensure appropriate test coverage and product quality assurance as part of our Continuous Delivery pipeline.


    We are looking for an enthusiastic team player with a high energy level. We offer a competitive salary and robust benefits.


    As a QA Automation Engineer, you will:

    • Design, develop and execute automation scripts
    • Define and perform test plans kept in TestRail
    • Create detailed, comprehensive, and well-structured test plans and test cases
    • Estimate, prioritize, plan, and coordinate testing activities
    • Perform regression testing when bugs are resolved
    • Work within the Identity Automation engineering Scrum teams to support and test existing production code and qualify and deliver new enhancements and products.
    • Stay up-to-date with new testing tools and test strategies



    • Minimum of 3-5 years proven work experience in test automation
    • Education: Bachelor’s degree with a major in CS, CIS, MIS, Mathematics or Engineering
    • Hands-on experience with:
      • Automated testing tools such as Selenium WebDriver
      • Service layer tools such as PostMan
      • Performance/load testing tools such as JMeter
    • Strong working knowledge of:
      • Agile SCRUM methodologies
      • CI/CD in a containerized cloud environment
      • Software QA methodologies, tools and processes
      • Security Testing will be a major plus
    • Strong coding skills in Java, with Groovy experience a plus
    • Experience in writing clear, concise and comprehensive test plans and test cases







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