- Develop high quality and reusable Web API, service, UI, performance, and other test automation for hybrid cloud applications (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) that support high availability, high scalability, and parallel processing.
- Participate in special projects and conduct technical research regarding different ways to improve our test automation development environment and best… practices with C#, Selenium and Specflow
- Show initiative and motivation to solve complex problems, adapt to changes, and follow through on tasks.
- Work in Agile teams following Agile + SAFe methodologies to deliver high quality products on time.
- Improve your skills via self-learning, brown bag sessions, and other group learning opportunities that you are always welcome to attend or even lead.
- Use the latest test automation development tools, and follow industry and Wolters Kluwer technical standards.
- Understand the use of technology and how its implementation affects strategic business goals.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering / Computer Science or STEM
- Minimum of 2 years of programming experience with C # , and experience with quality engineer with similar roles / responsibilities.
- Expertise designing, coding, and implementing automated tests that have stability, performance, scalability, and localization requirements in mind.
- Experience with quality up-front initiatives such as TDD, CI, and automated test frameworks such as Selenium
- Proficient in Specflow
- Experience with Microsoft SQL database design
- Successful track record delivering high quality code on time while working in Agile Teams and following Agile methodologies.
- Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills.
- Building YAML Pipelines in Azure DevOps preferred
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Wolters Kluwer U. S. Corporation and all of its subsidiaries, divisions and customer/business units is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status