QA Engineer

Job description

Wanted: QA Engineer 

We are excited to announce that Harver is looking for a QA Engineer.

What will you do?

  • Define and execute test scripts
  • Develop automated QA assets to serve our flagship product, core services and internal operations;
  • Execute UAT testing
  • Collaborate with outsourced QA development team members;
  • Contribute in the optimisation of our QA services for enterprise characteristics such as compliance to standards, performance, availability, scalability, security, etc.;
  • Help further improve our QA automation through tools

All is well, but what do we do? 

We are a fast-growing recruitment technology company. We’ve created a platform that enables recruiters to make data-driven hiring decisions. By leveraging Predictive Analytics and AI, the Harver platform can predict whether or not an applicant is suitable for the job he/she is applying for and assists recruiters in selecting the right people. For more information, check out our client page.

We’ve entered the market in 2013 and now have offices in Amsterdam, London, and New York. Around 3 million candidates flow through our system each year, and we’re signing new clients both nationally and internationally each week.

Of course, we want to develop our product the best possible way, and this is where you come in.

But what do we offer?
We offer you a full-time position in the heart of Amsterdam. You’ll get to work in an internationally operating organization with colleagues and clients from all over the world. 

Furthermore, you will get: 

— Latest MacBook;
— Employee stock appreciation rights program;
— Personal development budget;
— Commuting allowance;
— And much more...

Besides that, Harver is growing. Fast. So, if you are looking for a fast-track career, this is the moment to join.


  • Gets a kick out of finding bugs;
  • At least 3 years of experience in software testing and test methodologies (developing test cases, test scripts, test procedures and reports, and doing the "hands on" implementation of those plans) and at least 2 years of experience in web development technologies;

  • Be able to write a good test plan from requirements;

  • Believe in automation but  understand the necessity of manual testing as well

  • Additional testing activities: usability, performance, regression and smoke testing;

  • Experience with agile methodologies;

  • Fluent English in writing and speaking;


  • SQL Knowledge;

  • Experience with testing SaaS applications and API connections;

  • Have worked before with remote teams

  • Experience with JIRA

  • Experience with behavior driven testing (cucumber);

  • Experience with automated API testing (e.g. postman)

  • Experience with Jenkins and other

(Psst… You don’t need to tick all the boxes in order to apply)