Maxsys Solutions is seeking a Lead Automation/Salesforce QA Engineer for a full-time role with a global real estate leader in Dallas, TX.  Our client needs an advanced Salesforce QA Lead to work on several key enterprise software initiatives.  The Lead Salesforce Tester is responsible for the creation, execution and maintenance of test scripts for Salesforce applications using Selenium and Java.  This team works closely with DevOps for automated Unit Testing and CI/CD. Must possess strong leadership qualities and enjoy working in a fast-paced/Agile work environment!  Must be local to Dallas, TX and be a Greencard Holder or USC to be considered.   Our client does not provide sponsorship.


Our client offers a competitive salary + bonus, great benefits and an excellent PTO program!  Come work for a company that loves to hire folks whom are passionate about technology!



  • Automation QA Testing, Salesforce, Selenium, Java, TFS, CI/CD, Web Services, UI, Shell
  • Create, execute and maintain test scripts for Salesforce applications using Selenium and Java
  • Test Salesforce integrations along with other internal applications
  • 5+ years’ experience with development and implementation of Data/ Key Word Driven automation frameworks
  • Perform defect management activities which include problem and issue research, analysis and documentation
  • Advanced knowledge on QA/Agile tools (TFS, Telerik, Selenium, SOAP UI, Groovy, Shell)
  • 3 years’ experience in a hands-on Automation/Salesforce QA role
  • 3+ years’ experience using Selenium
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field
  • Experience with Salesforce Product Architecture (preferred)
  • 2+ years’ experience in a leadership role
  • Must possess excellent communication skills


No 3rd party vendors or agencies at this time. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.  Maxsys Solutions, a Yoh Services Company, is committed to being an equal employment employer offering opportunities to all job seekers.