What you will do as a QA Engineer?
- Implement shift-left testing, automation first to test early and often
- Code automated tests during build and regression test phases and integrate into the CI/CD pipeline
- Create test plans, execute test cases, and prepare test summary reports for features built-in your team
- Review solution documentation, and assist with the analysis, testing, and resolution of issues
- Support defining the user story acceptance criteria and ensuring stories meet with a high level of quality
- Influence your team to think of Quality first, conduct training to empower developers to a level of sufficient testing skills
Which skills do you need as a QA Engineer?
- You will typically have 5+ years in a software testing role with at least 3 years of automation experience in Web or Mobile and API testing. A tertiary qualification in computer science or a related discipline.
- The technologies we use in our Quality practices are below. We don’t expect you to know all of them, but having experience with a large number of technologies is ideal:
– Experience with Java or Typescript programming (or similar language)
– QTest, JIRA, Confluence
– PACT, Postman, SoapUI, REST Assured, TestNG, Selenium, JMeter or Loadrunner
- Strong English communication skills (both verbal & written), especially in the global software development environment
- Expert in Selenium Webdriver based automation (or other similar testing frameworks)
- Experienced testing on a Microservice-based system
- Expert in API contract-based testing (e.g. PACT)
- Experienced in creating automation test cases using the page-Object model
- Solid knowledge of testing methodologies covering test levels, static test, and dynamic testing
- Ability to implement automated test cases in a well-structured manner
- Ability to work in a dynamic and continuously changing environment
- Ability to coach and motivate developers to ensure their features are of high test-ability
- Ability to work in cross-functional teams
Nice to have
- ISTQB – Certified
- Experience in the Banking or Financial Services industry
- Exposure to AWS and cloud-native architecture
- Jenkins CI/CD, GitHub, SonarQube, Gradle, JFrog
Why coworkers love working with us
- Very competitive remuneration package
- Generous private family healthcare for yourself and two family members
- A solid team behind you – great people who love what they do
- The pleasant, enthusiastic, international work environment
- Opportunity for traveling & training in Australia
- A brand new & state of the art Agile office
- Latest technologies, flexible working hours
- A promising training and career path
- Fun team activities & outing
- English learning with native English teachers
About National Australia Bank
NAB is undergoing an exciting “Cloud First” technology transformation by taking advantage of the latest tools and techniques used by leading technology and digital companies globally. But it’s not just about the Tech, we are also investing heavily in our people, so if you have an appetite to learn, grow and elevate others around you, this is the place for you!
IT’S MORE THAN MONEY!
We naturally also provide a very competitive remuneration package but a career with us is about a lot more than money. We believe in people with ideas and dreams, and we want you to achieve your aspirations. We’ll work together to deliver exceptional products and outcomes that push the limits of our own aspirations. Our passion for creating value and exceeding our customers’ expectations means we’re constantly striving to redefine our standards of excellence. You’ll have our backing to develop and our encouragement to explore, realize, and reach your full potential.
If this excites you, let’s have a chat over a cup of coffee!
NAB is Australia’s largest business bank and has been around for 160 years helping small, medium and large businesses with their money. Today, NAB has more than 30,000 people, serving 9,000,000 customers at more than 900 locations in Australia, New Zealand and around the world.
NAB has funded some of the most important infrastructures in communities – including schools, hospitals, and roads. And do it in a way that’s responsible, inclusive and innovative.