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Automation Engineer

at Amplify Education, Inc. in Brooklyn, NY   —   Jul 03, 2014   |  
The Automation Engineer will work within the Quality Assurance department and will be responsible for developing automated functional test frameworks for Web, database and handheld device applications.


Participate in the product life-cycle from design to commercial release, following the Agile development methodology
Develop and implement automation strategies, test plans, standards and processes
Develop frameworks and collaborate with QA and developers in the development of automated testing scripts for our products
Work with technical support, enterprise customers and core development engineers to address product scalability, usability, reliability, functionality, and performance-related issues
Write SQL queries to verify the client request and response

Basic Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or related field, or equivalent
3+ years of experience in software automation testing
2+ years of experience with test automation frameworks like Selenium RC or Web Driver

Preferred Requirements:

Proven technical background (quantitative or engineering degree preferred)
Experience with SQL
Programming experience with Python or Java preferred
Comprehensive understanding of QA methodologies and how to adapt them to the specific needs of our organization and products
Experience of automation tool for Android and iOS platform, such as FoneMonkey, Robotium, or SeeTest
Excellent verbal and written communication skills

This position may be funded, in whole or in part, through American Recovery & Reinvestment Act funds

Amplify Education, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
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