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QA automation development- 602- 24th Septdrive

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Location: Bengaluru, Experience: 8 years - 12 years
Posted On: 15-Oct-2021 | Last Date to Apply: 13-Jan-2022 | No: of Vacancies : 2 | CTC: 13 to 30 Lacs

Company Profile:

Avtar enables high growth organizations to focus sharply on effective and sustainable talent strategies to make the workplace more inclusive Avtar has helped MNCs and Large Indian Conglomerates to structure and implement sustainable Diversity Inclusion programs

Job description:

BS/BA degree or equivalent experience
Advanced knowledge of application, data, and infrastructure architecture disciplines
Understanding of architecture and design across all systems
Working proficiency in developmental toolsets
Knowledge of industry-wide technology trends and best practices
Ability to work in large, collaborative teams to achieve organizational goals
Passionate about building an innovative culture
Proficiency in one or more modern programming languages
Understanding of software skills such as business analysis, development, maintenance, and software improvement
Setting up, maintaining, and performing test automation frameworks on multiple application platforms, such as Mobile, Desktop, and Web, and building test scenarios and acceptance tests
Working with deployments teams, resolving level issues for systems, coordinating on product design, and offering inputs on the testability of functional elements and product designs
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
A passion for testing, development, and design
Programming Language: Java/Javscript/Python
Appium/Selenium/Cloud (Seetest/Perfecto) based QA automation development exposure
BDD based framework development experience
Agile Testing and strong working experience in JIRA/Confluence
Cucumber/JBehave based scripting experience
Work experience as QA in CI/CD environments and usage of tools such as Jenkins etc.

Key Qualifications



IT-Software- Software services

Gender Preference:


Job Type:

Full Time

Diversity Tags:

Not Applicable