Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • Software Test Engineer (QBIT SCAS)

    Job Locations PH-Makati City
    Job ID
    2018-1806
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Responsibilities

    Candidate is expected to be:

     

    • Responsible in Java automation development of various testing projects
    • Maintain and develop in-house test tool management application
    • Should be flexible to help with other in manual testing, JIRA testing and Smoke Testing.
    • Assist in coding and writing test case in Java as well as executing automation java applications when needed.
    • Troubleshoot, maintain and fix the automation java application.
    • Maintain, support and troubleshoot backend process and deployment of the application.
    • Create tools that will aid in automation testing.
    • Other appropriate duties as assigned to drive forward progress for the firm

    Qualifications

    • Knowledge of any programming language, tools and Computer application such as:
      • Fundamentals of WEB Application development
      • PHP
      • HTML/CSS/JavaScript and Data tables
      • jQuery and Bootstrap
      • AJAX
      • JSON
      • Laravel Framework – MVC
      • Basic File handling commands in LINUX (webid commands)
      • Base64 image encoding/decoding
      • JAVA Selenium, WEBDriver, TestNG and others related to WEB automation.
      • GITHub
      • Tomcat Apache
    • Enrolled in a Bachelors’ or Master’s Degree in Computer Science or related discipline required
    • Have strong database skills in SQL, Mongo/MongoDB NoSQL, MySQL and RDBMS.
    • Have strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills
    • Have strong verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to interface and coordinate work efficiently and effectively with ISS personnel in locations around the globe.
    • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)

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