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Integration Test Specialist

Job Title: Integration Test Specialist
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bedfordshire
Salary: £30 - £36 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 11 Months
REF: STS1_1492015387
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Integration Test Specialist

Rate: £30-£36 per hour

Duration: 11 Months

Currently working with a Global manufacturing Organisation to source and secure an Integration Specailist. My client is looking for someone who has strong experience with API testing, test management, test planning and executivon. If you have good knowledge of programming languages such as C, C++, Java and web services then please apply!

My client is looking for 5+ years experience within IT, you will be designing and executing test cases and putting integration test strategies in place.

You will also be doing some programming so it would be great to have knowledge around C, C++ , VB , Java and web services.

Skills required:

  • 3 years experience of integration testing
  • Strong communication skills
  • Experience of end to end integration testing
  • Proven experience of API testing
  • Good experience of mobile testing

Integration / API / Test / SQL / API testign tools / C++ / C / VB / Java / Web services / SQL

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