SUSE · Sep 2nd 2020
We are looking for a tester for our Enterprise Linux, working specifically on testing our updates. Somebody, who would enjoy testing various components and setups, look for possible bugs and design regression tests.
To be able to do that candidate needs to have a solid insight into how these components of Linux work.
Are you interested in Linux and modern Open Source technologies?
Would you like to get an insight into Linux components functionality and work on its quality improvement?
Would you like to earn a name in Linux community?
Do you enjoy coming up with new ideas and would you like to work on their implementation?
Would you like to work in a relaxed environment with flexible working time with the Linux enthusiasts like you?
Do you have or would you like to gain knowledge of various components of the modern Linux distribution?
Have you ever contributed to the Open Source project?
Are you or do you want to be familiar with SCRUM methodologies?
Location: Prague (Czech Republic), Sofia (Bulgaria)
Then join the green side.
We have pancakes and chameleons and first of all Linux.
SUSE Linux is looking for enthusiasts who enjoy learning new things, have a motivation to make things better and are able to work in a functional team.
The candidate should not be afraid of changes and should eagerly accept or actively seek challenges.
Things and technologies you are going to get in touch with:
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Getting familiar with all components of enterprise Linux
Career growth opportunities in technical or management path
Work procedures improvement
Learning new technologies
We set no boundaries – if you know how to do things better, go ahead
We contribute to Open Source. And so can you. And we will appreciate it.
You can show off. (Do you know our Hackweeks?)
Company is full of enthusiasts like you
We are flexible (for example if you don’t like to wake up early)
And we also travel a bit (conferences, meetings, exchange programs, training, conferences…)
We are multicultural team of people spread around the world
Work on the Open Source automation framework - openQA
Working on cross-team development and implementation of QA testing and automation
Designing, developing and maintaining automated tests
Scaling of innovative process and test automation
Maintenance of reference test systems
Performing related documentation tasks
Development of internal tools
Work on the community distribution
Required Skills and Experience:
Good knowledge of the Linux operating system (experience in Linux system administration or system programming is desirable)
Dedication to improvement and innovation in testing
English written and spoken
Involvement in Open Source projects is a plus
Able to work individually and as part of the team
Good communication skills
Availability to occasionally travel internationally
And what "green" people think about SUSE:
"Working for SUSE so far has been the best choice I ever made in my job career. The working environment is great and I am happy to be surrounded by people that support each other and work in team spirit to bypass any potential challenges."
"SUSE has a unique Open Source oriented culture. Employees are encouraged to participate in community efforts."
"SUSE offices are a friendly open environment with smart people inside. The company provides a challenging job which combines enterprise requirements with Open Source."
SUSE, a pioneer in open source software, provides reliable, interoperable Linux, cloud infrastructure and storage solutions that give enterprises greater control and flexibility. More than 25 years of engineering excellence, exceptional service and an unrivaled partner ecosystem power the products and support that help our customers manage complexity, reduce cost, and confidently deliver mission-critical services. SUSE is also an active member of many open source communities, such as the openSUSE Project, OpenStack, Ceph, OpenNFV, OpenHPC, and more, to help drive collaboration among global communities to help solve some of the world’s most challenging technology issues.
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