Postman (nice to have)
Python (nice to have)
Manual Testing (regular)
Egnyte is a provider of enterprise content governance and collaboration software. Our platform empowers companies to work more efficiently and protect their business content.
In order to achieve that, we are looking for a QA engineer to join Egnyte. It's an opportunity to grow your testing skills while working with one of two teams that make our platform work effectively :
The Ecosystem Team specializes in building lightweight Node.js apps, SDKs, and adoption tools, allowing for 3rd party integrations with Egnyte.
They’re also leading development with our most crucial partners like Google or Microsoft.
The Egnyte Connect Team help provides our clients with a single access point to their content and allows them to collaborate on their files seamlessly.
Each of these teams will help you grow as a QA. How? There are many interesting and diverse challenges awaiting you every step of the way.
You will become the guardian of our product’s quality. Your voice will matter at every stage of your work. As your skills grow, so will your responsibility.
Your Day-To-Day At Egnyte
Designing, maintaining, and executing tests for Egnyte’s web applications
Identifying, analyzing, and reporting bugs. We prioritize thorough documentation of each ticket, as it improves the collaboration between QA engineers and software developers.
Collaborating with other QA engineers, developers, UX specialists, and product owners, providing feedback regarding potential risks or dependencies, and coming up with alternative solutions.
At least 2 years of commercial experience in testing, best if you have experience in creating and maintaining automated tests (not required)
Ability to create effective test cases, build test plans, and execute them
Knowledge about testing methodologies (functional and non-functional)
English skills that allow you to effectively communicate and perform your tasks.
Passion for solving problems, improving things, and advocating for quality.
If you have any other job-related skills (e.g., experience with SQL or JS), do let us know! We’d love to see your portfolio or Github repositories as well.