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SOFTWARE TEST ANALYST, Swindon

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Location:

Swindon, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Information Technology

Salary:

€30,000.00 - €40,000.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

BBBH26517A_1533307802

Job Views:

6

Posted:

03.08.2018

Expiry Date:

17.09.2018
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Job Description:

Test Analyst

Swindon

£30-40k



An experienced Test Analyst is required to join a leading cloud solutions specialist in Swindon.



My client is a dynamic, fast growing company where they develop cutting edge solutions tailored to the unique requirements of their blue chip clients across a wide range of market sectors including finance, engineering, retail, utilities, and many more.



The successful candidate will use their technical background to define test strategies, organise testing processes, optimise testing through creative test techniques. You will use your knowledge of testing and testability to influence better software design, promote proper engineering practice, bug prevention strategies, testability, accessibility, privacy, and other advanced quality concepts across products/projects.



To be considered you will need to demonstrate expertise with:



* Automation testing with Selenium Webdriver and Java/C#
* Writing test plans, creating test cases
* Continuous integration (Jenkins)
* API testing
* Developing test automation frameworks with Java
* Understand functional and non-functional testing
* Systems interface and back end systems testing such as web services
* Any cloud experience (AWS/GCP/Azure) would be an advantage



If you’re an experienced Test Analyst looking to progress your career this is a fantastic opportunity to join a company where support and training are second to none….apply today for immediate consideration.
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