WGAMES Inc. is a leading social and casual games company with an exciting new opportunity, perfect for someone looking to break into the industry and start growing their career!
Established in 2017 by President & CEO, Daniel Kajouie, the company’s headquarters operates in the heart of Downtown Toronto. WGAMES is equipped with unsurpassed facilities and world-class talent in art, design and software development paired with a seasoned leadership team in the mobile and social gaming industry.
Job Title: Automation QA Analyst
Develop, execute, and maintain automated scripts for continuous quality assurance
Maintain and extend an existing QA automation framework and test automation scripts using Java, Selenium, Appium.
Document and maintain test coverage documents for assigned tasks
Perform API testing and creating scripts for backend testing.
Identify and escalate risks to quality, schedule and test coverage.
Report on the test status and perform bug regression.
Interact with and prioritize the testing requests from multiple teams.
Work in a fast-paced environment and find the right balance between delivering quality products and aggressive release cycles
Establish QA reporting dashboards to include coverage, execution status, and trends for multiple types of testing
Integrate QA framework with Agile tools to enable traceability for business and release reporting.
Bachelor or Master's degree in computer science or a related technical field.
5+ years mobile apps QA Experience.
Expert in test methodologies, processes, and techniques
Proven experience with JIRA, Confluence and commonly used QA automation tools
Experience working in an Agile/Scrum team.
Experience in mobile apps/game automation.
Strong automated testing experience, specifically Selenium, Appium, Jenkins and automation Framework like TestNG or similar.
Good Knowledge of REST APIs and Web Services using Postman or another tool to perform API testing.
Good to Have:
Experience with AltUnity Tester automation tool
Experience with mobile games automation, engines and systems an asset.