We’re looking for someone to develop and maintain automated test frameworks for UI (Selenium) and integration tests to ensure software is robust, fit for purpose and is suitable as a release candidate to the production environment. You’ll be able to provide technical expertise to team and organisation, sharing best practice, knowledge and skills through coaching and mentoring of peers.
Confused.com is looking for a senior database developer. We want someone with exceptional skills and experience in the Microsoft stack to help us set up and implement a data warehouse in the cloud. Plus they’ll support business intelligence and website development.
As a commercial manager, you’ll be the face of Confused.com within the industry. You’ll be responsible for a portfolio of home and motor insurance partners – including key industry names such as Aviva, Churchill, More Than, Admiral, Swinton, LV, Tesco and Axa.
What makes you smile?
Free healthy fruit every day? Use of our free gym membership? How about our buy-a-bike scheme? Or a pension scheme where we match your contribution, and free shares in the company?
Note to agencies
Confused.com currently works with a preferred supplier list (PSL) for arrangements on all permanent, contract and temporary recruitment.
We would ask that agencies refrain from making contact with any employees of Confused.com and that no CVs are submitted to staff. Any unsolicited CVs and/or communications will reflect unfavourably on any potential opportunities for your agency. Any CVs will be sent at your own risk and will be interpreted as 'gifts' and we will reserve the right to engage candidates directly having not, in any way, entered into your company's terms and conditions of contract.
If you would like to be considered for our PSL, please send an introduction to: Recruitment@confused.com, stating in the email your company name and the discipline(s) that you specialise in. Your email will then be kept on file for consideration should we review our PSL.
Thanks for your interest and co-operation.