A steadily expanding company based in Tampere specializes in Software Development, Software Testing, and Master Data Management, with an unwavering commitment to delivering top-notch work. This dedication to quality positions them as a highly valued partner for their clients.
Their extensive expertise encompasses collaborations with global industrial enterprises as well as emerging small and medium-sized businesses. They excel in devising and executing software solutions for clients, encompassing embedded systems and system-level software. Additionally, they place significant emphasis on assisting clients in overcoming the intricacies of software testing and fostering the growth of in-house testing experts within organizations.
They often seamlessly integrate into their clients' internal development teams. Their overarching goal is to increasingly alleviate companies from the complexities of software project management.
They are looking to expand their headcount before 2024 and with this they would like to add in a Test Automation Specialist.
There is fully remote working available in Finland but they would be happy for people to sit in office in Tampere.
This is a Finnish speaking position.
Skills and experienced requried:
* Test Automation Frameworks: These are the foundation for test automation projects and provide a structure for writing and organizing automated tests. Popular frameworks include Selenium, Appium (for mobile apps), and Robot Framework.
* Integrated Development Environments (IDEs): IDEs provide a development environment for writing and debugging test scripts. Examples include Visual Studio Code, IntelliJ IDEA, and Eclipse.
* Version Control Systems (VCS): VCS like Git are essential for managing and tracking changes to test automation code, collaborating with team members, and ensuring version control.
* Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) Tools: CI/CD tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI help automate the build, testing, and deployment process, enabling continuous integration and delivery of software.
* Test Management Tools: These tools help manage test cases, test suites, and test execution. Examples include TestRail, TestLink, and Zephyr.
* Test Data Management Tools: Tools like Docker and Kubernetes help create and manage test environments, including containers and virtual machines, to ensure consistency and repeatability of tests.
* Performance Testing Tools: For performance and load testing, specialists use tools like Apache JMeter, LoadRunner, and Gatling to simulate user traffic and measure application performance under load.
* API Testing Tools: Tools like Postman, SoapUI, and Rest Assured are used to automate testing of APIs and web services.
* Browser Developer Tools: In web application testing, browser developer tools such as Chrome DevTools and Firefox Developer Tools are valuable for debugging and inspecting web elements.
* Mobile Testing Tools: Specialists use tools like Appium, Espresso, and XCUITest for automating mobile app testing on Android and iOS platforms.
* Test Reporting and Analytics Tools: Tools like Allure, Extent Reports, and TestNG provide detailed reports and analytics to track test results and identify issues.
* Test Data Generation Tools: Tools like Faker and DataFactory help generate realistic test data for various test scenarios.
* Security Testing Tools: For security testing, specialists may use tools like OWASP ZAP, Nessus, and Burp Suite to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in applications.
* Code Review and Static Analysis Tools: Tools like SonarQube and ESLint help ensure code quality and identify potential issues early in the development process.
* Test Automation Cloud Services: Cloud-based services like AWS Device Farm, BrowserStack, and Sauce Labs provide access to a wide range of devices and browsers for testing.
* Containerization and Orchestration Tools: Tools like Docker and Kubernetes are used for containerizing and orchestrating test environments, making it easier to manage and scale test infrastructure.