Technical Lead Test Automation
NXP Semiconductors enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, we are driving innovation in the secure connected vehicle, end-to-end security & privacy and smart connected solutions markets.
University degree in Computer Science or Information Systems; 2 years of testing automation experience; or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.
Experience in testing frameworks and software development lifecycle and test methodologies and script languages like PowerShell or Python.
Understanding of CI/CD methodology’s with focus on Infra structure automation
Good understanding of IT infrastructures like (Networking/Storage solutions/Virtualization/Scripting)
Have high communication skills and enjoy working with people
Are independent, curious, flexible and accurate;
Have knowledge about one or more of the following methods: design checking, functional checking, exploratory testing, regression testing and security/load testing (pre);
You track down problems, sometimes you purposefully look for them, before the product is presented to the customers. You prefer to automate this, either because you are lazy, or because you don’t like doing the same job twice.
Apart from all the testing tools or frameworks, you understand how test automation is used in, for example, a DevOps process.
From focusing on user stories to setting up continuous delivery pipelines, you can do it with your eyes closed. You are the expert and you can translate the most complex specifications into effective test strategies without effort.
You make sure that the software delivery process, the mindset and the test automation skills from the development team improves, so we can offer our customers even higher quality and speed.
You collaborate within mixed scrum teams with customer and know how to give the right advice on testing matters