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Software Developer in Test

Job Title: Software Developer in Test
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary: £250 - £450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: SDIT-CAM_1507310349
Contact Name: Danielle Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 11 days ago

Job Description

The role…

  • Involved in the design and implementation of test software ensuring the quality, robustness and performance
  • Carry out the appropriate tests to guarantee industry-leading quality
  • Participate in reviewing business requirements and propose solutions to define scope of overall specifications
  • Assist in enhancing test strategy, execution technique and test specification development

  • Good inter-personal skills to be able to communicate and share ideas amongst the team and with other areas in the company.

Skills Required

  • Web-Services technologies and their associated testing tools
  • Knowledge PKI infrastructures
  • Experience within applied cryptography both symmetric and asymmetric (including RSA and ECC)
  • Knowledge of HTTPS, SSL and other internet security protocols
  • Good communication skills are essential for this position

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