Selenium and Java Tester Summary:
Signature Consultants is seeking a Selenium and Java Tester for an opportunity in San Francisco, CA, The Selenium and Java Tester will be responsible for automating manual test cases, as well as executing those scripts, in an effort to test the functionality of our client’s Internet/Mobile applications. In this role you will work within an established test automation framework that provides the basis for effective automation results.
About Signature Consultants, LLC
Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Signature Consultants was established in 1997 with a singular focus: to provide clients and consultants with superior staffing solutions. For the eighth consecutive year, Signature was voted as one of the “Best Staffing Firms to Work For” and is now the 14th largest IT staffing firm in the United States (source: Staffing Industry Analysts). With 26 locations throughout North America, Signature annually deploys thousands of consultants to support, run, and manage their clients’ technology needs. Signature offers IT staffing, consulting, managed solutions, and direct placement services. For more information on the company, please visit www.sigconsult.com.
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