QA Automation Engineer

US-UT-South Jordan
FLSA Status
Regular Full-Time


The Company:

Solera is a leading provider of risk and asset management software and services to the automotive and property marketplace, including the global P&C insurance industry. Solera has software for the many different transactions of a car’s lifecycle. Our products help to improve the automotive purchase and repair experience.


The Position:

As a member of our test automation engineering team, the C# Developer will implement, maintain, and document test automation framework in accordance with established standards and processes.

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Essential Responsibilities:

  • Implement and maintain object oriented C# code that supports the creation of automated tests - both UI and backend
  • Analyze specifications and translate system requirements to manageable and measurable tasks
  • Adhere to company development standards (coding standards, unit testing, integration testing, best practices)



Job Requirements:

  • BS in Computer Science or proven equivalent experience and knowledge of CS fundamentals
  • Minimum 3 year professional software engineering experience in desired languages and environment required
  • Must have proven track record developing with Visual Studio 2012/2015/2017 using the following technologies: .NET C#, MVC, and AngularJs
  • Must have good understanding of TDD, AGILE, IOC, Dependency Injection, REST, Web Services, and JSON
  • Understand of testing theory
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A team player who works well with technical and non-technical resources



Benefits we offer:

  • Best snacks in the valley
  • 10 days of vacation pay and 5 days of sick pay per year
  • 8 Paid holidays + 3 paid floating holidays
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Unlimited sick time
  • 401k retirement plan with a company match
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Gym reimbursement


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