Test Developer

Updated: 31/07/2019
Salary: £35,000.00 to £50,000.00
Location: England-North Yorkshire

Our client is making living more comfortable with simply designed smart home devices that aren’t just smart for our users—but for our planet too. They invented the world’s first smart WiFi enabled thermostat and continue to innovate the next generation whole home voice technology making a truly magical experience for our users on both their thermostat and recently launched light switch.

Who you are:

  • You are passionate about quality
  • You are always learning something new and using that knowledge in your work
  • You understand the value of both analytical and critical thinking
  • You not only find problems, but you provide creative solutions for solving them as well
  • You enjoy interacting with multiple departments including (but not limited to) development, UX and PM
  • You have a natural sense of curiosity; always find yourself tinkering with your gadgets

What you’d do:

  • Own all aspects of the quality for your role
  • Collaborate with the development team, product managers, and domain experts to understand the product, features, and technical implementation
  • Write and maintain test plan and test cases
  • Design and execute functional, non-functional, and regression tests
  • Automate test cases
  • Improve our test infrastructure by incorporating new technologies

Our Requirements:

  • Extensive experience on software testing techniques, methodologies, and tools
  • Experience in writing code; preferably in: Python, JavaScript, Java or Go
  • Experience with SoapUI, Postman or similar frameworks
  • Experience in API, backend, contract-testing, integration, performance/load/stress, and security testing
  • Experience with Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and/or Deployment using Jenkins, CircleCI or similar
  • Experience working in an agile team environment
  • Experience in Linux, Docker, or Kubernetes is a plus
  • Knowledge of cloud services, networking, distributed systems, microservices, GraphQL is a plus