Summary:We currently have a QA Automation Engineer opportunity in Bury which will be technical in focus and also allow you to transition into a Lead...
Onezeero are looking for an Automation Test Engineer to join a Software as a Service (SaaS) company in Manchester, who build a cloud-based data analytics platform with 10's of millions of service users globally.
The role offers up to £45,000, up to 10% bonus, 37.5h working week with flexible hours, work from home potential, 20% training time to develop from personal projects and even guest speaker 'lunch and learn' sessions.
What will the role entail?
They have an early stage Selenium Web Driver and c# framework to automate testing of the cloud platform. You'll take the reins on the automation and can build on what's there, or take the decision to start from scratch and even evaluate most appropriate automation technologies.
It's a 70:30 automation to manual split, with responsibilities including; planning and implementing automation approach, improving test practices and process efficiencies, integration and regression testing and testing against user stories.
It's a tech team of around 25 working in a squad based system, following Agile methodology and a 2 week sprint cycle.
Previous Automation is essential, with an added bonus if you've implemented from scratch previously. Selenium Web Driver would be ideal but other web automation technologies will also be considered.
Why this opportunity?
They're already well established with high profile clients from McDonalds to Formula One, and you'll help to further the success of a great product. They've maintained a family-feel culture and flexible work environment with a huge emphasis on internal promotions and the continuous development of employees; reflected in the time dedicated to training.
If you'd like to hear more about this opportunity, please send in your application and we will be in contact to discuss.
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