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QA Automation Engineer

Explorium is on a mission to transform the way organizations use data to build their unique competitive advantage.

We are redefining how companies find relevant data for AI by automatically discovering the most predictive datasets and features across thousands of sources, on the web and in the enterprise. The Explorium Data Science Platform tackles the toughest challenges in the predictive model building process – data integration, data enrichment and feature engineering – enabling data specialists to build machine learning models based on the best data possible. Combining their own proprietary data assets with the best external sources in the world is the competitive edge organizations need to build the predictive models that will drive their future growth.

Job Description

The QA Automation Engineer will work as a part of a QA team to design, develop and execute automated application testing taking into account different aspects of the product (UI, backend).

Key Responsibilities

  • Own automated tests development and execution to provide confidence on weekly releases to production
  • Review requirements and design documents to develop meaningful test cases and test plans
  • Develop, execute and maintain test plans and test cases
  • Identify, document and track defects
  • Review, collaborate and recommend QA processes
  • Stay informed on customer and industry trends regularly integrating into on-going testing


  • 3+ years experience as a QA Engineer including 2+ years of automation experience
  • Experience with test automation tools such as, Selenium, Python or similar
  • Work experience with linux
  • Solid understanding of Git
  • Strong communication, written skills, and interpersonal skills
  • Experience with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery concepts and tools (Jenkins)
  • Strong software engineering and development life cycle knowledge
  • Experience with API testing a plus
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