Orange Quarter are currently working with one of Amsterdam’s coolest music scene startup. They’re looking for their first QA Engineer to come on board and build out their whole testing infrastructure, processes and culture around Quality. They provide an intuitive bot that allows music artists and companies to connect with their fans through messaging apps. Its a high-load platform which at any one time could me managing hundreds of thousands of conversations.
They have strong code coverage and TDD practices already, so you have a great starting point for building out their test automation suites. You’ll work in a small company of around 15 engineers, with your immediate focus being to implement E2E and regression test automation. On top of this, you’ll play a key role in being the link between POs and developers, with the space to drive forward product development. You’ll have complete ownership of test process, design, strategy and execution.
What you’ll be doing:
- Helping with product and release management.
- Design, build and execute test automation frameworks
- Develop company-wide test practices, priorities and standards
- Collaborate with developers to help them contribute to product quality
- Constantly work to improve quality within the SDLC
What you need:
- An ability to design and implement test automation frameworks (Selenium, Cypress etc.)
- Very good understanding of development practices and standards
- A huge willingness to learn and add to your skillset
- You are proactive and love researching new testing solutions and technologies
You get to work in an environment that is characterised by complete freedom. Its a place where experimentation is encouraged and you’ll get to touch any parts of the business that will aid your development – every single person within the engineering team get to manage a release for example. You will mentored and guided by the founding team, working alongside the CTO and CEO on a daily basis. Its a fun and informal environment with Friday drinks, team outings and industry events.