£325 per day

Test Analyst

Ref: 353| Posted: 5th Jun 2019

This vacancy is now closed

Durham Professional Services is delighted to be recruiting a 6-month contract role for a Web Tester based in Glasgow.

This company offers some really exciting projects to enhance your CV and they really value the input which specialist contractors can supply.

Details of the requirements are:

  • Experience of testing high-volume public websites and enterprise content management system developments across devices (multiple device footprints), browsers and operating systems.
  • Experience of executing all test phases of website and web-based application delivery projects, particularly in an agile and mixed-methodology environment.  A strong background to include a mix of functional, system, integration, user acceptance, site acceptance, smoke, exploratory, accessibility and operational (e.g. load, capacity, performance, etc.) testing.
  • Works well under pressure
  • Excellent collaboration skills
  • Extensive experience of testing web-based applications
  • Experience of working with Oracle and Java applications
  • Understanding of test automation
  • Knowledge of all aspects of system development and the testing lifecycle, from specification through to delivery and launch
  • Experience of working within a project/programme management delivery framework
  • Experience of employing a broad and diverse range of test analysis best practices, methodologies and tools
  • Experience in the facilitation of meetings and workshops
  • Educated to degree level or an equivalent level of experience
  • ISTQB qualified 
  • Knowledge of tools such as ALM, Confluence, Jira, Microsoft Office Applications
  • Experience of employing a broad and diverse range of test analysis best practices, methodologies and tools.  Experience with both manual and automated testing would be desirable; manual test experience is mandatory.
  • Familiarity with software engineering, user experience and content management.
  • ISTQB-BCS Certified Tester qualified would be desirable although not essential.