Android Automation Developer

Umana HR Services
  • Bangalore
  • 10-15 lakh
  • 2-6 years
  • Views
  • 31 Mar 2017

  • IT/ Information Technology

  • IT/ Technology - Software/ Services
Job Description

- As a strong, practical, hands-on automation QA engineer, you are an integral member of a team of talented software engineers committed to developing world-class software products that will revolutionize the mobile Internet industry. Directly contributing to Client's strong drive to be on the cutting edge of technology, you will be responsible for working with the QA and software leads to develop and implement automated test suites and verification software to support the development, design, implementation and test/debugging new and innovative products. Your primary focus will be on Windows clients.

- Utilize off-the-shelf QA and verification tools; develop new tools where needed Develop automation framework, tools to help in verification process Detail oriented, with strong analytical problem solving & troubleshooting skills Excellent ability to prioritize work, utilize time management skills and deliver results on schedule

- Experience developing programs for automated testing of systems Design and develop functional automation test scripts using automation tools (e.g. Selenium, Python etc.) Analyze and decompose complicated software systems and design appropriate test strategies Discuss requirements and participate in architecture/design reviews with an emphasis on test automation strategy and enforcement of excellent coding standards

- Experience in programming (Cocoa, Objective C, Java or any other programming language), experience in testing cloud based mobile application is desirable.

- Experience in Robotium monkey python, ADB shell, Android platform and automation framework

- Experience in automation framework.


Competencies/Skill sets for this job

Test Automation Python Hands-on Strategies Debugging Test Strategies

Job Posted By

Sudhir
Management Trainee

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