QA Engineer

Team: Digital Technology - Oxygen - Aviation Systems

Ref. no.: AS/DSS/LSEQA/1

Employer Description

GE is bringing the Industrial Internet to life by connecting minds and machines powered by Predix platform. We combine decades of experience building innovative industrial machines with cutting-edge software, data science and analytics expertise.

Engineering Design Center was created in the year 2000 under an agreement between General Electric and the Institute of Aviation and gathering passionate people in different areas of expertise like engineering, software and analytics. With dynamic organization growth we are looking for candidates for position below.

What your role will be based on? / What are your team key projects?

You may join the team that works on application which enable continuous monitoring of the contracts, performing reliability or statistical analysis for a particular components in Aviation business. You could also support Web based application development which is used for enhancing Productivity and Elimination of redundant processes in order to Automate business operations.

You will work on

  • Quality, test plans and testing methodology for multiple web applications and services
  • Writing effective tests according to best practices so that crucial functional requirements are verified and tests remain valid when code is refactored
  • Developing and executing maintainable automation tests for acceptance, functional and regression test cases
  • Writing automation scripts in Selenium Web Driver and Protractor

What we expect from you?

  • BS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Engineering
  • Experience in software testing
  • Strong knowledge of software testing methodologies and processes
  • Extensive experience in test automation
  • Familiar with software build and release process with Jenkins or other build engines
  • Excellent communication and analytic skills
  • Good knowledge of English
  • Able to work well with global teams, including time-zone flexibility

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