QA Automation Engineer

Information Technology Limassol

Job Description

Our client is a well-established and CySEC regulated investment firm with offices in Limassol. With their team continuously growing, they’re committed to offering a service accompanied with integrity, professionalism and respect to their clients. As part of their team growth process, they’re currently looking to hire a QA Automation Engineer.

Reference #: GC004411

Job Responsibilities

  • Work as a valued member of the team with personal responsibility, adding value to all test activities as well as other activities in the team
  • Build/Edit/Maintain automation frameworks for testing
  • Identify new technologies and best practices for our growing engineering team
  • Produce high-quality test assets
  • Building Integration and/or end-to-end automated tests
  • Creating/Updating and executing test cases
  • Maintain our manual/automation test suites
  • Ensure key issues detected are appropriately documented, flagged, communicated to resolve promptly


  • Minimum 1 year of professional experience in test automation, including developing, maintaining, and executing automated test scripts (Java or C#)
  • Working experience with test automation tools (e.g. intellij + Appium, Visual Studio + Winium, Selenium WebDriver, Postman)
  • University degree in Computer Science or related field
  • Hands-on experience with one or more of the following: TestRail, Jenkins, JIRA, AWS, GitLab
  • Experience in building test automation frameworks
  • Strong analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving skills, able to gather necessary details to determine a proper solution
  • Good command of the English language, both verbal and written
The successful candidate will receive:
  • Remuneration according to qualifications and experience
  • Medical Insurance Scheme
  • Provident Fund
  • 13th Salary
  • Modern working space at a central and convenient location of Limassol
  • Friendly multinational environment
  • Opportunities for professional learning and growth