Camilla Robino - QA Associate at Expleo

My job involves testing functionalities and looking for defects that users may encounter. I help developers to gain the quality of the product ensuring that all the functionalities are correctly delivered.

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What's your name and Job Title?

Camilla Robino, and I am a QA Associate.

What does your job involve?

My job involves testing functionalities and looking for defects that users may encounter. I help developers to gain the quality of the product ensuring that all the functionalities are correctly delivered.

How did you get into your job? What were you looking for, and what is your educational background?

I have always been passionate about technology, and I studied Computer Science at University, but I wasn’t very passionate about development. When I was looking for a job, I was researching something that can unify my passion for the different technologies and the qualifications I had. I was looking for something that experiences continuous change, to keep me engaged, and ensure I don’t get bored quickly.

What was the Expleo hiring process like getting into the Grad Programme?

I sent my CV and cover letter through gradireland. Then a recruiter called me and did a quick screen interview by phone. I was then invited to a Graduate Assessment Day, which is a day of interviews and activities with the other candidates After a week I received the call that I was successful.

What skills do you need to be successful in your role?

Being passionate about discovering new technologies, good time management, problem-solving, and organisation skills.

What have you enjoyed working with Expleo?

I’ve been enjoying the culture so much! Although Expleo is a large international company, it still maintains a start-up-style environment. I love the fact that there are so many activities in which you can be involved, such as the Gender Balance group*.

What are your hopes for the future?

My hope for the future is to become QA Lead and hopefully to work on some projects where environmental sustainability is involved.

What advice would you give to a college student looking at careers and jobs?

Never give up after rejection and always learn from your past interviews. The more interviews you do, the better you’ll get, and you’ll eventually get the job that you want.

Keep an eye out for our open Graduate Programme Positions!

* The Gender Balance group is an Expleo Employee Resource Group created to demonstrate support and solidarity for women in tech.

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