QA Selenium OR WATIR Ruby or Perl AGILE Job Opportunity - London £42k

Selenium , Tester , QA , RUBY , AGILE London, United Kingdom
  • 11 years ago

    QA Selenium OR WATIR Ruby or Perl AGILE - London

    Global Media organisation seeking QA Automation Tester work with the fun friendly development team to successfully deliver working and fit for purpose products.

    Essential Experience of and ability to design and execute effective test cases Experience of testing web applications Ability to use and understand advanced features of web browsers Experience and working knowledge of test automation, ideally using Ruby Working knowledge of Selenium RC or WATIR, of Ruby or Perl, of CVS or SVN Comfortable using command line interfaces Experience in and ability to develop software applications or script using a recognised programming or scripting language Knowledge of the full software development and testing life cycle Experience of hands-on testing in Agile development environments (especially Scrum and XP) and Test Driven Development Proactive and diplomatic

    Desirable Working knowledge of XML, XSLT, JavaScript, SQL, relational databases, HTTP, HTML, Java, testing of XML or JSON feeds, shell scripting Experience of Exploratory Testing Experience and working knowledge of load testing, especially Avalanche Experience of Continuous Integration Experience in using configuration management or version control tools ISEB Foundation certification in Software Testing Excellent career opportunity's, regular salary reviews and working for company that really care for there staff.

    Email cv: [email protected] Call: 07766 755103

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