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The Quality Engineering (QE) team is looking for a Staff Software Development Engineer in Test who can work in a highly collaborative environment, design/develop tools, test frameworks, and define processes to help the teams to own and be accountable for quality.
What You’ll Do:
- Help in building Engineering culture that enables quality in all software feature development teams across Reddit.
- Develop and evolve test automation frameworks, tools, and services.
- Analyze production issues, identify test gaps across the entire testing stack and make systemic improvements to Automation testing
- Maintain test infrastructure stability in non-production environments.
- Participate in troubleshooting and triaging of issues with different teams to drive towards root cause identification and resolution.
- Influence the entire engineering organization on unit/integration/end-to-end tests.
Who You Might Be:
- 8+ years of experience as an SDET, or as a Software engineer.
- Experience in designing and building scalable automated test frameworks, tools, and services for testing web and mobile applications, including backend services.
- Experience in writing, executing, and monitoring automated test suites using a variety of technologies such as cucumber, selenium, WebDriverJs, Mocha, Chai, Jest, Cypress, or PhantomJS.
- Strong understanding of CI/CD process and quality checks in the workflow.
- Strong understanding of QA methodologies for web and mobile applications releases.
- Working proficiency and communication skills in verbal and written English.