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Be the Next Game Changer

Working Student (f/m/d) QA Automation Engineer

Germany, BY, Gilching

Imagine new horizons…
The SIMULIA System Simulation team is delivering world class applications and technology for technical simulation of multi-body systems. It creates state of the art simulation technology, data handling, automation, 3D graphics and user interfaces, always pushing the limits of what is possible. This is done in a professional software development environment with a team facilitating agile development methodology.

What will your role be?
• You will assist the Development to automate QA related tasks;
• You will provide automated reports of failing automated tests using technologies like Jenkins, Python/Perl, CDash/make, git and Atlassians Jira;
• You will Improve our testing infrastructure;
• You will assist in specifying, developing and maintaining automated GUI tests written in Squish for Qt in Python.

The possibilities ahead:
• You get a deep insight into an international software company;
• You get the possibility to network with internal and external stakeholders;
• You can finally apply what you learned in your studies in practice;

Your key success factors:
You are currently an enrolled student in the field of Computer science or equivalent;
You are enthusiastic about automation and preferably have already gained experience with automated testing tools like Squish or Selenium;
 You have knowledge of sourcecode versioning with git and working with tools like bitbucket, gitlab or Jira;
• Knowing C++, cmake, Jenkins, dockers is not mandatory but preferred;
Knowledge of German would be a huge plus.

Interested? Click on "Apply" to access the 3DS job portal and to upload your application documents.

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