Intermediate Software Development Engineer in Test

Job ID
GRQA319
Job Type
Permanent Full-Time
Location : Name (EN)
London, UK
Additional Job Category
Quality Assurance

Your Role:

 

As a Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET), you will be part of a small, highly focused team responsible for delivery of highly scalable and robust services within Global Relay’s platform. You will work directly in code to design testing solutions for web applications and API services of a large scale system. You will support the team’s release and testing efforts while growing and maintaining automated coverage and frameworks.

 

Your Job:

 

  • Define and automate test cases that verify product requirements
  • Write code to support development of automated frameworks and tests
  • Contribute to decisions in the architecture and design of test frameworks
  • Participate in test execution, issue identification and resolution in support of the release
  • Maintain test infrastructure and tools
  • Participate in team planning and story grooming
  • Conduct code reviews, improve and maintain quality of the automation code
  • Conduct test reviews, improve and maintain quality of the test coverage
  • Document the automation framework, tools and infrastructure

 

About You:

 

  • Minimum 3 years of automation development experience
  • Strong understanding of the Java language and object oriented principles
  • Experience with testing practices in an agile environment
  • Experience with unit testing frameworks such as JUnit
  • Experience testing backend systems or APIs
  • Experience with any of the following is an asset:
    • Testing performance with JMeter or similar tools
    • Web services technology such as REST, JSON or Thrift
    • Testing web applications with Selenium WebDriver
    • Big data technology such as Hadoop, MongoDB, Kafka or SQL
    • Network principles and protocols such as HTTP, TLS and TCP
    • Continuous integration systems such as Jenkins or Bamboo
    • Continuous delivery concepts

About Us:

Global Relay is the leading provider of cloud-based archiving, information governance, surveillance, and eDiscovery solutions to the global finance sector. We help financial services firms preserve and supervise their communications data for regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, and litigation readiness. We deliver our services to over 20,000 customers in 90 countries, including 22 of the top 25 global banks. Our market-leading archiving service supports email, instant messaging, text, market data chat, social media, enterprise social networking, voice, trade data, websites, and more. Recently, we also launched a compliant messaging platform specifically for the finance industry.

 

We’ve won major awards for our growth, management, and culture – including the Deloitte Fast 50 Leadership Award, Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures, and the Deloitte-sponsored Canada’s Best Managed Companies awards. Our Global Operations & Development Center is located in Vancouver, BC, Canada. In addition, we have offices in six other cities across the world, including major financial centers like New York, Chicago, and London.

 

Having established our dominance in the North American finance industry, we have been expanding our London operations to better serve our UK and EU customers. Our four-story EMEA headquarters on Cannon Street (near St. Paul’s Cathedral) features state-of-the-art amenities, a spectacular view of the city, and an Executive Briefing Center for customer forums and other events.

 

We provide fantastic opportunities to individuals passionate about business and technology. These opportunities include working alongside members of our leadership team. Receiving mentorship from seasoned technology and business professionals. And doing business with the world’s largest, most influential banks and enterprise organizations.

  

To learn more about our business, culture, and community involvement, visit www.globalrelay.com.

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