QA Automation Engineer

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We are a successful ISV startup that delivers management and protection solutions for hybrid IT environments at medium and large enterprises. Our focus is Microsoft 365, Microsoft Azure and various on-premise services. We have a 6-year track record of growing customer base, increasing annual revenue and keeping 99% of customer retention.

We are looking for a QA Automation Engineer to support and develop automated test procedures for a range of company software products and services.


  • Create automation of regression, functional, integration testing for back-end and front-end
  • Support and refactoring of existing autotests (C#)
  • Support and improve the automated testing infrastructure
  • Acceptance and manual testing of new features
  • Collaborate with analysts and developers to identify the scope of testing


  • Practical experience with test design, strong knowledge of QA processes and practices
  • Previous experience with Selenium Web-Driver and Page Object pattern is a plus
  • 2+ years of experience in test automation
  • Good knowledge of any programming language, C# and/or PowerShell is preferable
  • Previous experience in setting up and supporting CI-systems is a plus
  • Previous experience with testing high load systems is a plus
  • Strong knowledge of OS Windows, experience with Active Directory, Exchange, Office 365 management is a plus
  • Verbal and written communication in English at an upper intermediate level

Additional Details:

  • Classification: Exempt
  • Reports to: Director of Engineering
  • Location: Remote (only considering applicants in Europe)

Cayosoft, Inc. is dedicated to creating an inclusive work environment for everyone. We embrace and celebrate the unique experiences, perspectives, and cultural backgrounds that each employee brings to our workplace. Cayosoft, Inc. strives to foster an environment where our employees feel respected, valued, and empowered.

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