There are high standards, and then there are Derivco standards. Our dedicated testing teams go over every product with a fine-tooth comb, ensuring that all defects and inconsistencies are eliminated. Our strict adherence to international ISO standards and our extensive use of automated testing allows us to successfully deliver on a significant numbers of complex projects every day. Working as a tester is a great way to start your career at Derivco. By working with all the different products, you’ll gain a good understanding of the business, which will allow you to move into other, more specialised roles. Many of our top developers, business analysts, team leads and project managers started in our testing teams and are now running teams of their own.
Purpose of the position:
The Automation Engineer’s role is to design, develop and maintain automated testing solutions incorporating both in-house and industry leading test-frameworks. The responsibility of the Automation Engineer is to compliment the Quality Assurance process of the teams.
Key areas of responsibility:
Design, develop and maintains Intermediate Automation Frameworks.
Designs and develops advanced reusable and maintainable automated scripts for cost effective script maintainability.
Designs automated tests to improve the efficiency of software testing processes.
Ensures that all necessary scenarios are covered in the designed tests, to facilitate thorough testing of software.
Grow department knowledge of automation solutions and technologies.
Provides manager and technical lead with accurate estimates and updates.
Design, automate and maintain the server build / prep process.
Document automation processes and test run status.
Liaise with team members to determine the automation priorities.
Research new technologies that can assist with automation.
Gives timely, appropriate feedback on performance.
Knowledge share with team members and other departments
Provides design and technical information through wikis, documents and email.
Provide detail and assist in defining feature test cases.