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Test Break Engineer (US Based)

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$30 USD / hour
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Project Description

Are you passionate with software developing? What do you feel about software quality?

If you are the kind of person who rushes into fixing things when they break and believe in the power of automated testing, here is a job opportunity for you.

We are looking for Test Break Engineers to maintain and fix our automated functional UI test cases, created with the TestComplete test automation framework. If you are familiar with TestComplete, willing to pick up new challenges and you are good in debugging and resolving issues, we would like to meet you.

Let us introduce ourselves. We are GTeam FZ LLC, and we are looking for engineers who fit the GTeam FZ LLC Test Break Engineer role. That means

• Quickly absorbing standards used in development processes.
• Using TestComplete automation tool.
• Debugging failures and identifying the root cause.
• Resolving failures, improvising and being creative.

We pay $30/hour ($1200 fixed-price payment for a trial job if that trial leads us to hire you). We work with you through one of several approved staffing and payment platforms which will charge a percentage fee on your gross earnings, but you understand how those are. For United States citizens and permanent residents, we pay $24/hour because we have to cover W-2 processing.

Skills you need:

JavaScript
Windows Forms Applications
Web Applications
UI Development Concepts
Java
C#
.Net
TestComplete
Selenium
JUnit
Non-technical skills you need:

Video Skype capability, and the hardware and bandwidth to talk with us
40 hours per week available for this job

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