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Quality Assurance Engineer

RentSpree

RentSpree

Quality Assurance
Thailand
Posted on Wednesday, September 7, 2022

RentSpree is the leading home rental software in the US and helps hundreds of thousands of renters connect with landlords each year.  Our company has more than doubled in growth annually for the past 6 years and we have no plans of stopping.  We have a mission-driven culture determined to transform the residential rental industry. RentSpree’s award-winning software powers rental transactions for a who’s-who list of 300+ real estate companies, including some of the largest organizations in the nation.

RentSpree is a place where you will grow alongside the company while collaborating within your team to have a meaningful impact on RentSpree’s future. 

 

We’re looking for Quality Assurance Engineer, who is expected to ensure the quality of the delivered products. Unleash your analytical skills and curiosity as a Quality Assurance Engineer! From developing test scenarios to identifying and resolving issues, you'll play a key role in ensuring top-notch product quality. Plus, if you're Agile-savvy, we would be thrilled to have you as part of our team!

Role and Responsibilities

  • Work in one or more Scrum teams and bring the quality aspects to teams
  • Collaborate with Software Engineer, Product Manager, and Program Manager to develop effective strategies and test plans
  • Perform requirement analysis and foresee the potential errors
  • Create the test cases/scripts for positive, negative, and edge cases
  • Execute test cases (manual and/or automated) and analyze results
  • Report, escalate and follow up the issues found
  • Ensure the product quality in multiple environments such as DEV, UAT, PROD
  • Maintain the automated scripts and environments
  • Understand and follow practices of Agile/Scrum development principles


Skills and Qualifications

  • Intermediate English skills (Writing, Reading, and Listening)
  • Experienced in the testing process of Software Development for at least 2 years
  • Experienced in testing tools for both front end and back end such as Postman
  • Experienced in developing and executing the automation test scripts such as Playwright, Selenium, Robot Framework, or Cypress
  • Strong knowledge of test methodologies, analyzing the requirements, creating test cases.
  • Have a positive mindset, be open for feedback, and be eager to learn


Technology Stack & Tools

  • Docker, MongoDB, Postman Collections, Playwright, Jira


Benefits & Perks

  • Semi-Annual Performance Rewards
  • Unlimited Annual Leave
  • Provident Fund
  • Group Health insurances
  • Flexible Benefits
  • Workstation Benefits
  • Lunch & Learn Allowance
  • Internet Allowance
  • Team Training & Event Budget
  • Weekly Office Massage Service


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