Posted about 1 year ago
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The Red Hat Quality Engineering (QE) team is looking for a Quality Engineer to join us in Beijing, China. In this role, you will make a difference in offerings used by millions of people around the world and help build Red Hat OpenShift, a system changing how development is done, which is built on container technologies and the Kubernetes cluster management system. You’ll gain a deep understanding of a variety of popular technologies, including container technology, Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenStack Platform, and Red Hat Middleware. You’ll make sure our solutions fulfill the highest possible enterprise quality, performance, usability, and supportability criteria. As a Quality Engineer, you will serve as the last instance before applications are released to the public. You'll create and carry out test plans, research new features, and develop automated tests. You’ll need to have the ability to think creatively and adapt to rapid change, as well as the willingness to learn new things.
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