QA Automation Engineer - cutting edge tech and innovative team

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
A rapidly growing and successful software company is looking for a talented QA/Automation engineer to join their special projects unit. This is an advanced role with a tight-knit, collaborative group that is at the forefront of software innovation. This is for a Senior Automation Engineer with a group that is testing bleeding edge products with vast technical resources at their disposal.
You will act as an automation engineer in the QA group, testing applications that are setting trends in software
You will develop and employ test strategies and tools in collaboration with software architects and engineers
You will be supporting the rapid evolution of bleeding edge enterprise software
You will design, implement and launch pilot facilities to demonstrate and prove out new technologies and processes
At least two years of experience in Automated QA engineering or architecture
Experience with Java-related testing environments, including but not limited to TestNG, Junit, Selenium, SOAP UI, etc...
Experience with relational database management systems, including but not limited to MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, etc...
Excellent communication and teamwork skills
Creative approach and willingness to think outside the box
Join a rapidly growing and successful tech startup that is changing the way businesses are managing their operations. Backed by one of the most recognized brands in software, we are building and setting the standards on software automation practices with bleeding edge technologies. Our products and methods are highly visible in the software industry and are considered to be at the forefront of software automation standards.
For further inquiries or to send a resume directly, please reach out to Sam at shwang at bowdoingroup.com This is a full-time permanent position (we cannot subcontract). We can also accommodate relocating candidates and visa holders, though you must be willing to come in for multiple on-site interviews.

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