As a QA Engineer at Workday you'll be expected to collaborate with development teams in Victoria and California to produce high quality video upload and playback components.
A strong work ethic and dedication to quality is a must. In this role you may be asked to support one or more of our core media platform teams, or help be part of a new team to build out the core services, applications, and algorithms that enable the creation of personalized, next generation workplaces.
We're solving some tough problems in finding and organizing content, relevance, relatedness, integrations, infrastructure, and enterprise search.
We build high-quality applications and micro-services and also care deeply about how our services operate in production with attention paid to testing, monitoring, logging, and delivery.
The role :
Be a quality evangelist, get your team thinking about quality, engaged in the test planning and automation process
Work directly with agile software development teams to incorporate test strategies throughout the development process
Collaborate with product managers, designers, developers and other team members to identify and implement test plans
Communicate with multiple project stakeholders to clarify requirements and ensure they are met
Define test plans for new and existing functionality
Work with the team to ensure test automation is done as part of development
Manually execute tests for specific workflows when proper automation is difficult or impossible (e.g. testing for perceived responsiveness)
Manual Ad Hoc and Exploratory testing break our stuff!
You have :
A track record as a champion of quality
A degree or diploma in Computer Science or the equivalent
3+ years experience in QA or Development
A love for creating high-quality software systems
An inquisitive, self-motivated approach to learning
A positive attitude
Excellent communication skills
Current eligibility to work in Canada
Nice to have :
Experience with Test Automation Tools
Experience with AWS environment
Experience with scripting languages