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Martyn Edwards

.NET Development

Automation Test Analyst – Selenium, C#, Agile

  • £30000.00 - £45000.00
  • Exeter, Permanent
  • Date posted: 6th December 2018

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Automation Test Analyst – Selenium, C#, Agile


£30,000 – £45,000 DOE

Are you an experience automated tester with a proven track record of Selenium? Seeking a new challenge that will allow you to build out the testing function? If so, read on.

My client is a national technology solutions provider. They are seeking an automation Test Analyst to join their Exeter based Development Team.

As an Automation Test Analyst, you will be responsible for building out the test function to ensure the fault free delivery of my clients .NET web-based solution.

You will be tasked with implementing the automation of both UI and Backend Test Cases as required, as well as managing and growing the current automated regression test suite.

As an Automation Test Analyst, you will have:

  • Automated testing experience using Selenium
  • Manual testing experience
  • ISEB or ISTQB Certification
  • Agile experience
  • A proven track record of the full SDLC
  • Experience of a .NET environment

As an Automation Test Analyst, you will have strong communication skills and a keen eye for detail. A passion to ensure the delivery of bug-free applications is also key.

To find out more please contact Martyn Edwards

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