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Test Automation Engineer LivePerson 29 דצמ 2013 18:09 #1099

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Job description

We are looking for Test automation engineer with excellent programming practices, mastery of software development and knowledge of Agile testing methodologies.
Hands-on experience in planning, designing and implementing front-end, back-end, and system automation tools from scratch.
Proficiency in creating and running automated Test Plan scenarios to ensure quality of system and its internal/external interfaces. Analyzing and validating execution results.
Interaction with development team, functional testing teams, and product management.
Strong, proven experience in test automation, automation tools, and test frameworks.





Desired Skills and Experience

Requirements:
B.sc in computer science or equivalent
At least 2 years of experience as a Test Automation Engineer - Must
Proven experience with Java/C# programming language (For C# developers - Java knowledge is required) - Must
Superior analytical and problem solving skills - Must
Prior experience with Agile Software Development methodologies (Scrum - Advantage)
Good understanding of the entire software development life cycle
Solid development habits and practices
Strong understanding of web and web-related technologies - Advantage
Comfortable working in a Unix and Windows environments
Good English
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