Test Analyst Ref: 1801
School/department: IT Services
Hours: Full time or part time hours considered up to a maximum of 1 FTE. Requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Salary: Starting at £33,199 and rising to £39,609. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale
Placed on: 2 August 2019
Closing date: 26 August 2019. Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date.
Expected start date: ASAP
We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Test Analyst with solid technical skills to help develop and grow the test function within IT Services.
This is an exciting and transformational time for the IT Services as the University is engaged in replacing and redeveloping its major business and academic systems.
The successful candidate will work on testing system development for our existing bespoke business applications as well as new COTS and SaaS solutions, which will include integration, system, end-to-end and user acceptance testing.
Excellent communication skills, as well as the ability to work under pressure and to deadlines, whilst delivering quality, is essential. The successful candidate will also need to work with technical and non-technical colleagues.
The role holder will be able to:
- Create project Test Plans
- Plan and prepare manual test scripts from business requirements or technical documentation;
- Execute manual tests and log results and defects;
- Manage the resolution of defects;
- Establish excellent working relationships with our customers to facilitate user acceptance testing;
- Assist with the development of the test function.
- Up to 3 years previous experience in a test role;
- ISEB/ISTQB Testing Foundation certificate;
- Able to understand technical principals and contribute to the testing of IT solutions and the production of test scripts;
- Ideally have experience of working in the HE sector;
- Highly motivated with strong organisational skills;
- Proven experience of working to deadlines;
- Enjoy working as part of a team, but will also be comfortable working independently.
How to apply
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