Developer in Test
|Job Title:||Developer in Test|
|Location:||West London, London|
|Start Date:||August 2018|
|Contact Name:||Nick Fraser|
|Job Published:||July 14, 2018 13:00|
My Client is a large Broadcast Media company looking for a Developer in Test to work with a new Agile team working on a new greenfield project.
The project is surrounding media content delivery, taking content from suppliers and preparing it for delivery across various platforms.
- Makes contribution to the testing strategy of the team.
- Works with analysts and developers to define acceptance criteria for software changes.
- Defines, executes and co-ordinates integration tests for a system/platform.
- Act as quality gate-keeper to ensure that only production ready software is released in every iteration.
- Work as part of the team to support and trouble shoot test environments.
- Provide a point of contact to other internal sky teams to support test and product related queries and investigations.
- Participate in daily stand-up meetings, planning games, showcases, and retrospectives.
- Work with the technical analyst and developers to identify and ensure acceptance criteria are satisfied through testing
- A passion for Agile methodologies and concepts such as XP, Lean, and Kanban.
- Functional and integration testing experience of complex back-end systems.
- Experience of software engineering and quality process.
- Testing tools & frameworks - manual and automated testing.
- Able to write test scripts in Java.
- Experience of Cucumber framework (BDD).
- Proven delivery experience of large-scale, Java-based projects.
- Web services / REST.
- Experience of high volume high availability systems (backend focus).
- Support and Maintenance of development and testing environments.
- Unix - Basic Desirable.
- Unix - Advanced.
- Shell scripting.
- A background in Continuous Integration and Delivery practices.
- ISTQB certification
Candidates must be available in 4 weeks, interviews to take place over the next couple of weeks. Get in touch now to avoid disappointment.