Do you want to develop an amazing and cool e-commerce platform together with your colleagues? Then this could be the place for you!

CoolStuff is currently looking for a test automation engineer with strong developer skills and a specific desire to improve the quality of our products through test automation. You will be part of an agile team where you will get the chance to work with cutting edge technologies using state of the art techniques and tools. The perfect candidate will succeed in delivering clean, reusable test code of high quality as well as being a passionate and self-motivated learner.


  • Create and develop tests
  • Be the driver for quality assurance through test automation
  • Define and maintain testing strategy
  • Deliver reports on test results and quality trends
  • Work closely with developers and product owners
  • Build efficient and reusable testing components for future use
  • Identify and communicate testing best practices
  • Motivate developers to write tests

Skills And Qualifications

  • Analytical, problem solving and creative thinking
  • Web UI test frameworks
  • Unit testing
  • Programming
  • Javascript/Typescript
  • GIT
  • Agile development methods

Preferably, our test automation suites will be built using a programming language that our developers are skilled in as well. For that reason Javascript is a requirement for this role.

About Us
We are a fast growing and innovative e-commerce company, founded in 2004, which develops and sells fun, exciting and cool gadgets. We are currently active in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Finland and UK and are now facing further international expansion. We are based in Malmö, 8 minutes walk from central station, where all aspects of our business take place. Our turnover is about 200 million SEK, with positive results. We love to deliver smiles and amazing gadgets and strive to provide a WOW experience in everything we do!

The job is full time at our head office in Malmö, Sweden.
Send your application to Ongoing selection.
Ad published: 2018-06-04

Publicerat av
Johan Frick