Software Engineer III, Test

Organization
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Job Location
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Job Description

Software Engineer III

  • 5+ years of hands-on practical experience in developing, extending and maintaining UI and backend automation framework
  • Strong experience in selenium and reporting frameworks like JUnit and TestNG.
  • 2+ years experience in Abbot or Robot Test Frameworks
  • Expertise in Java and python
  • Experience with continuous integration tools, particularly Jenkins
  • Exposure to and understanding of XML, JSON, HTML etc
  • Good understanding of mySQL database and SQL scripting.
  • Experience with Linux operating system
  • Able to work independently with little supervision and take initiative, willing to mentor and develop others
Requirements
  • Ability to understand, review code written by team and implement the best coding practices.
  • Good understanding of Agile/Scrum processes and experience participating in an agile team
  • Extensive experience with QA process
  • Ability to automate Stand Alone applications using Java
About Our Organization

When you’re part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do challenging work, and be part of a team that values performance, quality and innovation. As part of a successful, growing global organization you will be encouraged to perform at your best. With revenues of $17 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.

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