Are you interested in a chance to work on software used by millions of customers working with billions of documents? If so, the Document Cloud team is looking for a passionate automation engineer to join our team.
As an automation developer in this organization, you will partner with teams across Adobe Document Cloud, an integrated environment for working with documents across mobile, web, and desktop.
Our team builds the libraries and features that bring unparalleled document experiences to consumer and enterprise users.
A successful candidate will become a key contributor on a creative, inventive, and collaborative team with high technical standards and attention to detail.
You will have the opportunity to take on interesting challenges in the context of PDF documents working to build automated tests and tools for use to validate our PDF engine.
What You'll Do
Build, test, debug, and maintain efficient automated scripts that validate our C++code
Create testing solutions that are compatible with a multitude of use cases across clients and platforms
White box testing (in C++), debug software, create and enhance automationframeworks, deliver test strategy, test execution and reporting test results
Partner with client teams to integrate our technology and run end-to-end testing
What You Need To Succeed
5+ years of professional software development experience
Strong experience coding in modern C++ or Python, with an emphasis on quality and engineering excellence
Passion for writing efficient, reusable, highly performant tests
Passion for collaborating with multiple engineering teams which are clients using your software
Hand-on experience with Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery (CI / CD)practices with Git / Jenkins
Outstanding analytical and communication skills, with ability to identify, tackle-and communicate ambiguous problems
BS or MS in Computer Science or a related field or equivalent practical experience
Nice to have :
Familiarity with PDF standard
Prior experience with testing components, libraries, SDKs