Test Automation Manager - Northeast
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A Test Automation Engineering Manager, with a future-focused mindset, who provides technical leadership and strategic direction. You help transform testing into a continuous and efficient end-to-end quality engineering function through the use of quality processes, tools, and methodologies significantly improving control, accuracy and integrity . You evolve more predictive and intelligent testing approaches based on automation and innovative testing products and solutions.
The Test Automation Engineering Manager drives quality in our solutions and provides deep expertise in planning, constructing and executing test scripts. They demonstrate the ability to cope with growing complexity and creativity in design by thinking outside the box to determine the best way a test can be performed. Applying both business and functional knowledge, they develop end-to-end testing strategies a through the use of quality processes and methodologies.
Aligning technology with business strategy and goals the Test Automation Engineering Manager works directly with the client gathering requirements to analyze, design and/or implement technology best practice business changes. They are sought out as experts internally and externally for their deep functional or industry expertise, domain knowledge, or offering expertise. They enhance Accenture's marketplace reputation.
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Here's What You Need:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years) work experience. (If Associate degree, must have minimum 6 years work experience)
Minimum of 7 years’ experience in leading QE automation teams and implementing end-to-end automation and tools strategies/roadmaps
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in two of the following:
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in two of the following testing toolsets or frameworks:
Selenium WebDriver, Appium, Protractor, SoapUI, Worksoft Certified, Tricentis Tosca, UFT, UiPath
TDD: using JUnit, TestNG, other
BDD: using Cucumber/Gherkin
Minimum of 3 years' experience with continuous integration, including two of the following build/deploy/version control tools:
Jenkins, Hudson, Bamboo
Git, Bitbucket, GitHub
Grunt, Gradle, Gulp, Maven, MS TFS
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