Role: Android Test Engineer

We are looking for an Android Test Engineer who will own the automated testing stack for our Android SDK. This position needs good programming skills since responsibilities include designing, developing and leading all automated testing efforts. You will be responsible for evaluating the software, finding and reporting bugs and glitches, and generating comprehensive test reports. This role offers a lot of potential for growth, including leading our testing and validation team in the future.

In this role, you need a keen eye for detail and good communication skills. If you are competent in designing and executing test cases, we’d like to meet you. Ultimately, you will ensure that our products, applications and systems work correctly.

Responsibilities:

  • Own automated testing framework for Android, contribute to parallel efforts in iOS when needed
  • Review and analyse system specifications
  • Collaborate with developers to develop effective strategies and test plans
  • Oversee test cases execution (manual and automated) and analyse results
  • Evaluate product code according to specifications
  • Create logs to document testing phases and defects
  • Generate comprehensive reports on the QA effort for every new release
  • Report bugs and errors to development teams
  • Help troubleshoot issues

Requirements:

  • Proven experience as Software Test Engineer or similar role, 2-4 years’ experience
  • Ability to write integration test cases for Android
  • Experience in QA methodology
  • Ability to document and troubleshoot errors
  • Working knowledge of using software suites likes Espresso, Mockito, Roboelectric etc for writing test cases
  • Excellent communication skills, problem-solving aptitude
  • BE/BTech/MCA in Computer Science, Engineering or a related field

 

Please drop a note to careers@lightmetrics.co

Note: Understanding our code and SDK thoroughly, this role can lead to a full-time development role if the person is so inclined

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