Junior QA/ Automation Test Engineer - Python, Automation, API

Recruiter
Sauce IT Limited
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£35-42k doe and team fit, plus benefits
Posted
10 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Award winning AI company primarily delivering into the manufacturing and Retail industries both in the UK and Asia are looking for a Junior Test Automation Engineer to join the team.

With Patented technology and a very exciting roadmap this client are really going places and hopefully you will be interested in coming along for the ride! Although this is a junior role you must have commercial Automation Testing experience and a basic knowledge of Python (or OOP as a minimum)

You will be working alongside some brilliant minds both academically and technically across the business, your key responsibility will be to ensure the quality of Front End products (on both Web and Mobile platforms), developing and maintaining automation test packs with a view to decrease the amount of manual testing required. You will be working closely with the engineering team delivering to a wide variety of clients.

This is a friendly team environment where knowledge sharing and close collaboration are actively encouraged.

The ideal candidate will have:-

? Strong Automation Testing skills
? Commercial experience testing cloud based and REST- based API applications
? Front End product applications testing experience (e.g Appium)
? Experience writing test cases and strategies
? Agile experience
? Agile ticket apps (Jira)
? Basic knowledge of Python (or willingness to learn)
? Experience with Linux, basic AWS knowledge (EC2, S3, CloudFormation).
? BDD tools experience (eg Cucumber)

You will be keen to learn, passionate, communicative, eager to push the boundaries and bringing your own ideas to the party!

If this sounds like you then please get in contact!

You MUST be eligible to live and work in the UK to be considered for this role.


This job was originally posted as www.jobsite.co.uk/job/959511917