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As a QA Automation Engineer, you will be involved throughout the development lifecycle of the Blue Triangle Development Team with particular responsibility in the quality assurance of software development and test automation. Applicant will be responsible for the creation of test scripts, and test scenarios. Work to ensure developers built to the business requirements. Candidate will be working closely with developers as they develop code to ensure requirements are being met and to the correct quality, and you will conduct automated (and manual tests where necessary) to ensure the software created is fit for purpose. During testing candidate will be thinking “outside of the box” to understand the various scenarios and configurations that customers use to ensure customer quality is maintained and through doing so drive regression testing across the products. Candidate will be responsible for defining and driving innovative automated testing strategies and toolsets into our overall development processes that support and enhance the current Quality Assurance processes within Blue Triangle.
Key Responsibilities (QA Automation 90% & Support 10%)
Knowledge, Skills & Experience
Customer Orientation – The ability to support both internal and external customers to help them achieve their objectives without compromising the company’s interests and engendering this culture throughout the Customer Success team.
Analysis – The ability to gather relevant information, reason from cause to effect and generate effective solutions to commercial issues – taking into account variables and implications.
Decisiveness – The willingness to make decisions once a situation or problem has been analyzed, based upon a judgement of the best solution.
Listening and Responding – The ability to actively listen to others, understand their feelings, needs and points of view and then to respond appropriately.
Professional Knowledge – The ability and motivation to apply and develop one’s own professional and technical knowledge and to share this expertise with others.
Communication – The ability to speak and write so as to be clearly understood by others, using appropriate vocabulary, grammar and style. Excellent presentation skills, suitably adapted and targeted to the audience.
Change Management/Adaptability – The ability to maintain effectiveness in a rapidly changing environment and the willingness to respond quickly and positively to change.
Business Awareness – An understanding of the processes and issues relevant to one’s job. This ranges from job knowledge to an appreciation of complex internal and external business issues / trends.
People Development – The willingness and ability to help others develop appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes through objective setting, coaching, training and the provision of constructive feedback.