Hello! I'm Basal, the Engineering Manager for the Quality Engineering Team at Thomann.io, part of our Tech & Data division. I'm responsible for developing and coaching our product teams in agile quality concepts and strategies.
Are you passionate about high-quality software and delivering a seamless user experience? With at least 5 years of experience in software quality, do you have what it takes to bring our team to new heights? Thomann.io is seeking a talented and experienced Senior Software Quality Engineer (f/m/x) to join our team either on-site in Berlin, in Erlangen, or remotely in one of the following countries (Germany, UK, Denmark, Spain or France).
Help us elevate our software quality to new levels. We're looking for someone who can collaborate effectively with diverse teams, lead by example, and bring innovative ideas to the table.
Join us in our quest for impeccable software quality and become an integral part of our dynamic and innovative team. Apply now to take the first step towards an exciting and fulfilling career at Thomann.io!
Develop and enforce quality standards and goals across our software systems, services, and applications.
Design, build, and maintain an efficient automated testing environment, while continuously educating the software engineering team on best practices.
Collaborate closely with software engineers, system architects, and product owners to deliver a high-quality product.
Advocate for a strong testing mindset throughout the organization to ensure quality remains a top priority.
Work with the support team to assess, evaluate, and prioritize incoming issues based on their severity and potential impact.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in software quality engineering, with a focus on delivering high-quality products.
A proven track record of working in an international context and collaborating effectively with multiple teams and stakeholders.
Comprehensive knowledge of QA methodologies, practices, and tools, with experience in writing end-to-end, integration, and unit tests.
A strong passion for software quality and a commitment to delivering an exceptional user experience.
A demonstrated ability to coordinate and manage projects in an international context with multiple stakeholders.
Fluent in written and spoken English (C1+), German is a plus.
Flexible working hours and location (fully-remote possible)
13th salary in November
Further training opportunities with clear development paths for your career
Thomann.de employee discount
Personal work equipment according to your wishes
Regular team & personal meetings, e.g. Open Space or at conferences
English or German language courses
Sessions with an external coach
Urban Sports Club discount
The first interview with one of our recruiters helps both of us to see if our ideas and values match.
You'll get to know a part of our team and get a chance to score with technical knowledge. In addition, you can ask anything you want to know.
You'll receive a task that would fit your new role. You'll be asked to prepare the task either at home or live with some of our team members. Afterwards, there will be a debriefing with team members from your future department.
Last, you'll get to know some team members of our leadership community. If this is a fit, too, you'll receive an offer from us.
Work from home or any of our offices. Our team is 100% remote and will stay this way. You need a stable internet connection and your laptop. Currently our way of work supports the EU.
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