Automation Test Engineer (Contract)

  • 72K + fringe benefits
  • Singapour, Singapore
  • Intérim, Plein-temps
  • Allegis Global Solutions
  • 29 déc. 17 2017-12-29

The FM eCommerce system developments team is a specialist team responsible for the design and development of a proprietary set of systems that differentiate the bank in its core markets. eCommerce systems are aimed at numerous customer markets including:- external customers via the internet, sophisticated customers via API/point-to-point connectivity, internal users trading on behalf of customers around the globe and finally connectivity into multi-dealer platforms.

This role is an exciting opportunity to be part a large multi-asset eCommerce trading system development & QA team that is distributed over the globe.
As a test automation engineer, you’ll be responsible for delivering quality software to tight timelines. Based in Singapore and working in a dynamic team with business analysts, project managers, business stakeholders and other technical experts

  • Responsible for automation of functional and non-functional test cases
  • Work closely with business analyst & functional QA lead to ensure full test coverage for all requirements
  • Build a re-usable test harness using cucumber framework.
  • Ensure test runs are performed on daily overnight basis and automated report distributed
  • Ensure all issues are logged as Jira, blocker & critical issues tracked through to closure.


  • Hands on test automation development using cucumber and Java
  • Must have built test automation using cucumber framework.
  • Must have used Stash/GIT as code repository and Jenkins/Maven as build tool.
  • Core Java (essential), experience in testing high availability restful API Java service is a must
  • Experience with Selenium or Web application testing is a plus
  • Must be proficient with SQL statements
  • Prior experience of integrating functional test runs as part of build process & enabled CI/CD
  • FX Domain knowledge ideal
  • Ability to work under pressure with multiple assignments