Aurora Labs is pioneering the use of AI and Software Intelligence to solve the challenge of automotive software development. Our technology detects and validates changes in the software lines-of-code to improve software quality and enable efficient over-the-air (OTA) updates. Our customers are the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers.
We are looking to hire an Automation team lead to be part of an agile team of engineers designing and developing the products and features that our customers require.
Our team is an experienced group of software engineers, product, and marketing champions with a curiosity for innovation and a passion for making a change in the exciting world of software-defined vehicles and smart devices.
Lead, 4 engineers in an Agile environment
Build our QA automation engineering infrastructure; ensuring the environment is properly version controlled and monitored
Oversee the implementation of End-to-End tests, based on predefined SW requirements.
Automate critical systems’ processes to improve service performance, monitoring, scalability, and overall stability of our platform
Refine and improve our continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) to streamline deployment and product release cycles.
Work closely with the product team and with in-house developers and engineers to knowledge share and improve quality of practices
- Bachelor of Computer Science
- At least 3 years as hands-on automation manager / Team leader.
- 3 years of experience in QA Automation .
- Good knowledge of QA methodologies
- Deep understanding of test processes and methodologies
nice to have
- Excellent technical skills and coding experience in different languages (C/C++/ Python), ability to write stable, maintainable, and reusable code.
- Working experience in Linux/Unix environment
- Experience with DevOps / CI tools (Jenkins, Docker, Git)
- Experience with Jira and Tests management tools (Xray, allure)
- Proven and strong background in different types of test automation frameworks
- understanding of C language, different compilers, and toolchains