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SDET -- Java
Job Order #16177
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, Washington - Added May 21, 2019

Full Description:

Our retail client is looking for a mid level Java SDET to assist in building and maintaining automated test assets for simple to complex features and applications. Works collaboratively within the IT department and business units to identify test automation needs, and supports overall automation testing strategy. As a major contributor to our success, the SDET drives frequent test feedback cycles, recommends testing technology and tools for future, interfaces with all disciplines within software development life cycle in order to build and maintain sustainable test automation suite to support rapid release.

Java or similar coding experience,
GIT, IntelliJ or similar code management software,
REST services,
familiar with HTML5 and Javascript.
REST service testing. Most services already have tests in place but need upgrades.

Are you available? Please send your resume to and reference JO#16177


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