Molson Coors Global Business Services is a young company providing centralized operations to one of the oldest and biggest brewers in the world. You’ve probably tasted a few of our beers – from well-known brands like Staropramen, Bergenbier, Beck’s, Blue Moon, Miller or Coors to craft specialties like Doom Bar made by our Sharps brewery in Cornwall (UK) and recently introduced to the Romanian market. Molson and Coors were founded in 1786 and 1783 respectively, counting a total of more than...Read more →
Work place: Office centric
Collaboration: Employment contract
Work time: Full Time
Seniority: Individual Contributor
Experience: 4-6 years
Updated on: 14 days ago
Vacant from: 23 Sep, 21
Expires on: 31 Dec, 21
Categories: Fullstack, Quality assurance
Size:> 500 employees
Industry:Information Technology and Services
Molson Coors Beverage Company is looking for a highly motivated Senior Quality Engineer, working in Bucharest, Romania and part of North Amercian IT Solution Delivery team, to provide test automation governance and lead test automation efforts for the organization. This role will work with a variety of stakeholders, including IT & business professionals to ensure software projects maximize potential with test automation.
Following software development practices & life cycle methodologies throughout product development, this role will participate in standardizing test automation for products and projects.
Many of Molson Coors IT solutions are delivered through multiple 3rd party providers. These IT solutions support business transformation initiatives and often directly affect business processes. This role has responsibility for working with 3rd party providers to co-create Project Deliverables within time, budget, quality and scope.
The position is based in Bucharest, Romania, part of Molson Coors GBS Romania Development Center (RDC) and will report to a Manager IT QA in Bucharest.
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