Amazing Contract Opportunity for Skilled Automation Testers!
Established Australian Organisation with Excellent Work Culture!
Central Location | Rate Dependent on Experience | Agile Environment
Our client is undergoing a high-profile digital transformation and requires several Automation Test Analysts to drive their project forward. The right candidates will not only have extensive experience with automation testing but can confidently join the team and contribute to the successful Agile delivery of the project to its expected standard and quality outcome.
We require candidates who possess the following skills:
Automation testing expertise involving:
- Instrumentation of automation test cases with developers
- Using the right automation tools, i.e. Blink, Specflow, Selenium
- Ability to create and maintain your own deployment pipeline (Team City)
- Experience of web application testing across multiple browsers and mobile devices, specifically for scenarios involving compatibility issues
- Ability to understand and review unit testing
- Ability to identify the performance test needs and test accordingly
- Knowledge and ability to write in C#
In addition, we require candidates to possess:
- Agile knowledge and experience
- Experience and understanding of the ATDD process
- Ability to write specification and test scenarios against user stories in Rally or JIRA
- Experience with Content Management Systems (e.g., AEM, Sitecore, etc.)
- Ability to create and maintain regression test suite for Acceptance Testing
- Ability to execute Exploratory Testing
- Understanding of Allure reports as a test summary report
- Ability to perform defect identification, reporting and tracking
Candidates with the ability to hit the ground running in this exciting project with an established brand are encouraged to apply.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below quoting Ref No. 4A/17683. Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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