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Software Tester Java Selenium Web

Job Title: Software Tester Java Selenium Web
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £60000 - £75000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/11424/C/AT/010518_1525187988
Contact Name: Testing Team
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Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Software Tester (Java Selenium Web RESTful API SQL CI/CD). Work with industry experts, be inventive and put forward your own ideas as a Software Tester / Developer in Test to make your mark on a technology giant who have millions of customers around the world.

World leading eCommerce is seeking a Software Tester to join their Engineering team who are responsible for the company's global eCommerce platform. You will carry out testing across the entire development lifecycle, including regression, negative, error bug and user acceptance testing.

As a Software Tester you will take on a number of responsibilities including; designing and developing code, debugging, and testing new software with an emphasis on Java development. You already have strong software development and testing skills, but this role will help you become even better and challenge you to help build the team that will be at the core of test engineering for the company.

With modern offices based in central London, this is a superb opportunity to work alongside first class software engineers where you will be encouraged to work collaboratively, influence others and make a difference to the company's global users.

*Previous experience testing software across the entire development lifecycle
*Strong Java and Selenium skills
*Experience testing scalable web applications
*Knowledge of RESTful API's and SQL
*Experience within a CI/CD environment
*Excellent communication skills
*Desirable: Perl, Python, JavaScript, MongoDB, Agile

As a Software Tester (Java Selenium) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £75k) plus bonus and benefits.

Apply today or call for a confidential chat about Software Tester (Java Selenium) role.