Senior Developer in Test - Technology
- Rockville, MD
Under minimal supervision, the Senior Developer in Test ensures quality of software products delivered within the software development life cycle. The Senior Developer in Test is responsible for developing and executing software testing components, developing automation solutions and performing manual tests throughout the SDLC.
Essential Job Functions:
- Develop automation code, scripts, utilities, simulators, data generators, API/Interface testing solutions and other programmatic test tools as required to execute tests.
- Ownership of automation architecture.
- Create test plans and test strategies.
- Create and execute test cases based on test strategies and test plans.
- Participate in reviews of system architecture, code and design documents.
- Effectively communicate testing activities and findings in oral and written formats.
- Responsible for identifying project risks and developing mitigation strategies.
- Execute and create load and performance tests solutions.
- Possess domain expertise in the project involved.
- Manual test execution.
- Oversight and mentor other junior and staff developers in test.
- Ensure all work products meets/exceeds FINRA standards.
- Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science or Engineering and 5+ years of cumulative experience in software development and/or test automation; or equivalent training and/or work experience.
- Firm grasp of testing process, test types and testing methodologies.
- Demonstrated understanding and experience with object oriented design.
- Experience with programming in Java (preferred), C++, C#, or Ruby.
- Demonstrated understanding and application of algorithms to test solutions.
- Extensive experience with SQL and relational database design.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Extensive experience with the Unix/Linux environment.
- Experience with building test automation frameworks.
- Demonstrated ability to develop effective working relationships that improved the quality of work products.
- Experience using test tools such as WebDriver and JMeter.
- Work is normally performed in an office environment.
- Occasional travel and extended hours may be required.
To be considered for this position, please submit an application.
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