Developers in Test (SDET) - £75k

Job Title: Developers in Test (SDET) - £75k
Job Reference: SDET13

Location: Manchester
Job Type: Permanent

Salary:
£50000 - £75000 per annum, Benefits: benefits
Sector: IT

Posted 9 days ago

Are you the new breed of SDET (Developer in Test) that is fully capable of developing as well as testing? Can you programme in any OOP language? We are searching for the next generation of testers who can test and develop?

This global leading consultancy work across a range of sectors from e-Commerce, Banking, FS, Retail, Media to name a few. They are looking to hire the next breed of Developers in Test (SDET) to help them increase their already impressive market share. 

Working for a consultancy you will need to be more than just a techie, you will need comfortable working with small teams of automation engineers, have experience of mentoring junior members and still being able to design and implement automation test cases- all of which whist being flexible on travel

What they can offer you:
  • You will get to share your automation experience, this will need to involve pure coding, building frameworks from scratch.
  • You will need to be able to share your programming in at least one OOP language (e.g. Java, C#, C++)
  • You will get the opportunity to increase your experience with common test and defect management tools (e.g. TFS/JIRA/HP ALM/Mantis/Bugzilla etc.)
  • Share and improve your experience with Selenium/Webdriver and / or Appium
  • The opportunity to work through all stages of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) 
They offer a competitive salary + benefits and training that will take your career to the next level with career paths into Solutions / Technical Architecture, Management and Technical Delivery. This position will pay between £50-£75k basic + benefits, if you would like to be considered please send your CV for consideration.

Introducing...

Philip Fanthom

Managing Director

I joined Jenrick in 1997, as a Junior Consultant working within both permanent and contract markets.

From 2000 I began to focus the majority of my efforts within The City, successfully developing relationships within the Banking & Financial Services Sector - most of whom are still clients today.

In May 2006, I made the move to become Jenrick Group's Sales Manager, before gaining the opportunity to return to Jenrick IT as Sales Director, before taking on the role of Managing Director.

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