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training and development
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Senior QA Engineer
As an experienced heart-and-soul technician in quality assurance, you are part of a small fine developer team that develops a state-of-the-art parking system based on a serverless mesh network. As part of the team, you will be responsible for manual and automated testing of locally developed software and hardware solutions and their functionalities. The development and documentation of test cases in the appropriate tools are among your main tasks. You document the test progress as well as the test results always in compliance with the given time constraints. You act as a central contact point for support and error analysis of external teams and accompany agile processes. Your range of tasks is broad and varied. You always keep an eye on performance and enjoy working with the latest technologies.
completed technical education (HTL, TU, FH).
at least 3 years of professional experience in quality assurance
very good knowledge in the area of test automation
Knowledge in Linux Userland or Cross Platttform Development
very good knowledge of German, both written and spoken
very good knowledge of English, both written and spoken
Commitment and high solution orientation
State of the art Software-Tools
international team of experts
innovative projects and tasks
excellent training opportunities
motivating ethos of freedom
attraction as market leader
Your Place of work
We offer a salary in line with the market, which is based on your qualifications and professional experience. The collective agreement minimum salary for this position is 2.343,00 Euro gross per month on a full-time basis. Your actual salary will be overpaid in line with the market and is significantly higher than the minimum salary under the collective agreement.