SDET / Test Automation Engineer
At Glasswall, we are doing things a bit differently. Good different. And we’re not just talking about it; we’re walking the walk. The amount of learning, growth, progression, and positivity that we are experiencing right now makes me excited and privileged to be here and be part of our evolution.
We are on the hunt to add exceptional talent to our team. The next generation of talent who will be as excited as we are by modern thinking, ways of working and engineering practices. Visit our Engineering Blog to read up on some of the things we’re doing. New team and organisational structure, Wardley Maps, thinking in Graphs, are but a few. There’s a lot of cool things happening here coupled with incredible opportunities for learning, contribution, ownership, evolution and delivering world-class products that genuinely make handling digital documents safer for all.
A big part of our culture is openness, transparency, and diversity. We are driving to publish more of our work to the broader community. Have closer engagement and collaboration with our customers and partners. We aim to find diverse and talented individuals from all walks of life and previous industry experience. Bringing different perceptions to the work we do; we believe we do it better.
The successful candidate will be working within our cloud software development team to develop and maintain new and existing products and mentored by a senior developers. You will be responsible for the hands-on creation of new services and the enhancement of our existing services to support the growth of our products.
We are looking for a SDET / Test Automation Engineer to join out Cloud Engineering Team, based in the UK, and requires RTW status.
Technical knowledge, skills, and experience
Beneficial Knowledge and experience
Salary and Benefits
Interested candidates, please visit http://careers.glasswallsolutions.com/ to apply.
Glasswall website: www.glasswallsolutions.com
Glasswall SDK Evaluation Repo: https://github.com/filetrust/sdk-rebuild-eval