Software Automation Engineer (m/f) at Talend (Bonn, Germany)

 Stack Overflow ·  12.09.2017

Talend is seeking a Software Automation Engineer (m/f) to join the R&D Team in Bonn. Working in a fast paced environment collaborating with a team of very talented people, you will be responsible for the automation for the Open Source Integration Products to improve the platform’s quality and stability. You will define acceptance criteria and design and develop corresponding automated system tests to ensure a high quality of our Integration products in the Cloud and on premise. The tests are highly automated and would allow you to work mainly on software development (Java), automated deployment and continuous integration.

Key Responsibilities:

Design and development of automation framework components for the Talend ESB (Enterprise Service Bus)

Implement fully automated integration and system tests following a BDD (Behaviour Driven Development) approach (EasyB/Rest Assured)

Ensure the tests can be run in a continuous integration pipeline end-to-end, from environments provisioning to the test results report

Report and track defects

Skills and experience:

BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent

2-5 years of practical experience in the role of a Software Developer (Java) or QA Engineer

In-depth knowledge and practical experience in testing techniques

Basic knowledge in a scripting language (i.e. groovy and shell)

Good understanding of Data Integration, REST and Soap based Web-Services

Good working knowledge of at least one Linux/Unix based platform as well as Windows

Ability to communicate effectively and clearly in English, both verbally and in writing

Experience in working within a distributed international agile team environment

Passionate about software quality to provide the best experience to our customers

Optional, but desirable:

Basic knowledge of Docker is a plus

Basic knowledge on one of the following areas would be a plus:

Apache CXF, OSGI/Apache Karaf, Apache Camel

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