QA Automation Engineer

TaipeiLINE TaiwanEngineeringQAFull-time

In LINE Taiwan engineering organization, developers and QA engineers work closely to meet the same goal. Developer is in charge of application development and QA engineer build testing automation flow and tools to ensure that they meet the needs of clients and other stakeholders related to a product. We are looking for the diligent software engineer who is a self-motivated learner and has passion in automation and software development. In order to reduce efforts of manual testing and maintain the high quality of our service, we take advantage of tools in building automation scripts to speed up and help manual testing. In addition, as an engineer, you are encouraged to continue learning and share what you've learned. 



  • Perform all testing activities across one or more projects, utilizing tools, scripts, and software that ensure the quality and reliability
  • Create test cases, developing test case execution plan, managing issues, and status metrics
  • Work with a global team, communicating effectively with developers, project managers, business operations on test-related information
  • Maintain existing automation framework and test cases
  • Survey latest trends and studying new technology in order to resolve current testing limitations
  • Identify quality issues and drive corrective actions to resolve them


Basic Qualifications

  • CS/MIS/EE or related BS graduate
  • Experience in developing automation testing (using Java, Python, Javascript or other major programming languages)
  • Experience of software quality assurance model or methodology, familiar with quality metrics
  • Experience in testing web and mobile devices
  • Experience in CI/CD
  • Familiar with Agile development
  • Experience testing with container service such as Docker


LINERs We are looking for:

  • Do your best to identify the users’ needs
  • Make the decision based on data instead of gut feeling
  • Clearly understand the fundamentals of the work (what, for whom and why)
  • Focus on "how to make things work“ instead of sticking to "why things don’t work"
  • See difficult situations as opportunities, and enjoy with challenges

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