Senior QA Automation Engineer with Java

Project Description
You will be working in a team which develops an operational risk assessment and reporting solution. You will be working with people located around the world. Our teams are self organized and take full responsibility for analysis, development and testing. We use Agile practices used on daily basis: TDD, refactoring, CI, pair programming, code reviews.
Technologies/Tools used:
Java 7/8 SE, Spring, Scala, Javascript, AngularJS, GigaSpaces, Tomcat, AJAX, REST, Git/GitHub, Maven, Gradle, Linux, JIRA, Rally, Jenkins, Cucumber, Selenium, Gerkin, Jmeter
Are you passionate about testing robust and scalable Java systems? Are you passionate about learning new technologies? We're looking for someone like you to:
work with a large-scale enterprise system in a complex technology environment
provide quality assurance of our system
apply best testing practices and methodologies
provide technical leadership and mentor junior colleagues
collaborate with other global teams
be a member of a Scrum team
Must Technical skills:
Practical Java programming skills
good SQL knowledge
solid QA experience(automation, scripting, manual testing)
experience with system, integration, performance and functional testing
minimum a 3 years of experience with the full software development lifecycle (SDLC)
working with Agile methodologies
experience with Unix/Linux and shell scripting
strong troubleshooting skills with an attention to detail and an ability to follow process
excellent verbal and written English communication skills
Soft skills:
flexible and open-minded
self-driven and proactive
paying attention to details
responsible and committed to deliver results
able to manage, prioritize and solve problems quickly and completely
good team player
English: Advanced/Fluent

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