Engineer, Test Automation(Remote) at Auth0
United States of America
Currently at Auth0 the approach towards testing is defined within the crews and there is no consistency across Engineering. The Engineer, Test Automation will shape and spread a testing culture across the area. You will define processes, metrics, and best practices to ensure we ship with strong and consistent quality.

You will

    • Help define Auth0's test strategy and evangelize it
    • Define service maturity levels
    • Help define versioning and change management strategy
    • Determine whether a new service/component/feature is ready to be put into production from a requirements (performance, functionality, stress, etc.) perspective
    • Work with POs to understand release schedules and plan proper testing
    • Define the approach and infrastructure required for functional, stress, load, perf testing.

You might work on

    • Collaborating with crews to define test requirements for each service.
    • Working with different crews (rotating per period) to define testing requirements per service
    • Working with crew members on testing practices and help them set up their test suite as part of the CI pipeline
    • Collaborating with CS to understand common issues and come up with useful test scenarios
    • Collaborating with the Core Infrastructure team to investigate production issues and perform root cause analysis
    • Collecting metrics and building dashboards that help foster a testing culture
    • Building the tools and infrastructure for Functional, Stress and Load Testing
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