🤓 Software Engineer in Tests
6 800 - 9 500 PLN gross
🌍 F-secure | Rataje 164, Poznań🖥 http://www.f-secure.com
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Software Engineer in Test wanted to work with our key corporate security products!
We are looking for an experienced and ambitious Software Engineer in Tests to join our team of professionals working on our Protection Service for Business product. This is an unusual opportunity for you to work together with IT security experts and develop your security expertise while still staying on the side of coding and testing.
The team you will join has fluent and flexible ways of working, they self-organize and lead their own work to fulfill their goals. You are expected to do the same. However, whenever you need help or a second opinion there is always a colleague willing to help.
You will help to accelerate the delivery and to improve the quality of our product by:
- Developing automated functional tests to provide end-to-end smoke and regression test coverage
- Supporting the team in keeping automation tests in good health
- Solving issues with automation tests platforms
- Providing guidance for automation tests creation for new joiners
- Collaborating with the team to understand how development changes affect ongoing test automation efforts
- Gathering metrics and providing test coverage analysis based on automated test results
- Self-motivated and able to solve problems independently and in team settings
- Strong communication skills to collaborate effectively with a talented team
- Experience developing automated tests of service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications, especially REST
- Linux/Unix operating system knowledge
- Experience using Java unit testing environments (Junit, TestNG)
- Experience with Jasmine, Karma, Protractor technologies
- Working knowledge of relations databases (MySQL) and SQL querying tools
- Knowledge of scripting languages (bash, python, etc.)
Yes, we are known for doing superhuman and advanced Cyber Security stuff at F-Secure! Relax though; there is nothing to fear, just common sense and industry best practices.