Now Hiring: Web Automation Tester, Selenium, SDET
This is a longer term contract role with potential FTE. Start date ASAP.
Regression focused automation-first testing of front-end web development efforts.
- Are you looking to make the switch from hands-on to automation-focused QA and testing?
- Are you a web developer happy to crank out automated checks validating the work of others?
- Are you a Selenium-ace able to write tests against sites with varying backends?
- Are you a polyglot excited to write scripts and tools that remove the toil of test work?
We're looking for web testers able to automate simple checks against a large number of different sites/stacks.
This is more of a tools and automation testing role but you must have strong exploratory software testing skills to back it up. It can't all be automated and it can't all be hands-on, we're looking for folks who know which is best to apply when. You'll also be able to pick the right tools for the work and hopefully make some yourself.
You will be collaborating with a dev team focused on front-end web development. Your role covers web application testing, cross-browser testing, and the general the validation & verification that comes with Test/QA.
Please give us a shout if you:
- like getting your hands dirty
- are available full-time M-F 9-5 (ish, hours will become flexible)
- can do on-site contract work in Seattle (potential for working from home but no FT remote)
- have your own laptop machine (required, non-negotiable)
- are able to thrive in an Agile-ish environment (scrum focused)
- have test experience and understand QA mindset
- can multitask and juggle priorities
- can explain and defend your testing efforts
- can manage a test environment
- have written automated tests against websites
Send in your resume, availability (for interviews and start dates), cover letter, rate, and whatever you think we should know. Emails without sufficient or relevant information will not be replied to if you already sent a message and did not hear back, your information was insufficient, alas.