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(3 - 5 Years) "ThinkPalm" Hiring: UI Automation (Selenium) On June 2022 @ Chennai



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Company:         ThinkPalm

Website:           www.thinkpalm.com

Eligibility:        Any Graduate

Experience:      3 - 5 yrs

Location:          Chennai

Job Role:         UI Automation (Selenium)

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

ThinkPalm operates from three global delivery centers out of Cochin, Thiruvananthapuram and Chennai in India. We may not be in the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ but nothing has stopped us from developing world class infrastructure, communications and lab facilities and attracting the best talent to these centers.

Job Description:
1. Scripted Tests and automated using Selenium WebDriver with C#, Java, python, JavaScript for User Interface (UI).

2. Maintained the Selenium automation code and resources in source controls such as TFS, Git over the time for improvements and new features.

3. Found Defects, prepared Defect Reports and performed Status Reports, Bug Triage, Defect Tracking using Jira or any other bug tracking tool.

4. Good debugging and problem-solving skills.

5. Unix/linux knowledge is must

6. Good communication skills, and ability to work independently or as a team.

7. Knowledge in Jenkins is a plus.

 

   












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