QA Automation Engineer (Anti-Malware, Automated Build and Test)
Cyren Iceland has developed leading anti-malware products since the late 1980s, now used by some of the world’s largest companies to protect billions of people by scanning billions of files every day (web and email). Cybersecurity threats evolve all the time, necessitating innovation and timely reaction. Cyren Iceland employs almost 40 people, with other offices in the US, Germany, England, Israel and Ukraine.
What would you be doing?
- Oversee building and testing of our main Anti-Virus products, developing tools and processes to ensure code quality.
- Develop test cases, scripts, performance metrics, plans and procedures — and automate them.
- Maintain a culture of quality throughout every phase of the software development process.
- Liaise with support, product management, R&D etc. regarding releases (features, performance, timing).
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or similar.
- Strong programming skills using Python or similar.
- 3+ years of experience with Continuous Integration tools (Gitlab Runner or Jenkins).
- Experience with virtualization and containers.
- Linux experience: You are not afraid of the command line and you love details!
- Curiosity and love for technology.
- Deep experience in software testing, including security testing, black box testing, glass box testing, and automation.
- You can read source code in various languages, e.g. C, C++, Java.
- Familiarity with Windows or FreeBSD.
Work culture and benefits:
- Very flexible working time — though we encourage you to arrive in time for the communal, catered lunch we enjoy!
- We are in an easily accessible location in the capital area, and most employees can avoid rush-hour traffic.
- Underground car-park.
- Fund to encourage commuting by bus or bicycle (covers yearly bus card).
- Fund for gym memberships.
- Table football, dartboard and PS4 in office.
- Our team of 10 employees came 2nd among companies in Wow Cyclothon 2019, and 5th overall.
- We still have our complete collection of malware