The role of Quality Assurance Automation Engineers will include writing automated scripts for the testing specifications. It will also involve creating and applying the automated testing plans.
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When quality assurance checks have run, it is the responsibility of the QA Automation Engineers to identify and analyse the defects and problematic features and functions of the software that will affect functionality and inform the programming team and project leads. This role will, therefore, involve collaborating with a range of departments, such as developers, business analysts, customer services and project managers to guarantee the success of the project release.
Quality Assurance Automation Engineers will need sufficient experience in a similar role, understanding in relevant software and testing processes and demonstrate a methodical approach to testing. Ideally, candidates will have relevant education to back up their experience and can prove they can work well both within teams and individually.