Manual Test Analysts - 4 x roles
Starting asap through until June 30
Based in Brisbane CBD, Paying $560/day
As the Test Analyst you will be working within a large testing team on a number of different projects. You will need to be a self-starter that enjoys working in a team environment. Along with being an experienced tester you will need to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
The Test Analyst is responsible for analysing, preparing and executing testing activities for projects and releases to verify system and application changes are fit for purpose and fit for use. The role reports to the Test Lead.
Key Skills and Attributes...
- 5+ years of Manual testing experience
- An understanding of Automation - Perferred, not required
- Strong SOAPUI knowledge and experience
- Strong experience with JIRA
- Experience with test management tools such as SpiraTeam or Quality Center or similar.
- Financial/Superannuation background an advantage
- Microsoft Dynamics experience a bonus
- Contribute to Test Plans development;
- Prepare and develop test cases, test data and other testing assets;
- Execute test procedures and scripts effectively and efficiently, and in line with project and release schedules;
- Raise and retest defects including reporting progress of defect resolution;
- Identify, report and mitigate quality related risks and take appropriate action;
- Deliver testing services in line with test schedule;
- Identify, prepare and/or manipulate data for testing purposes;
- Monitor the progress of allocated testing tasks and deliverables;
- Collate and analyse testing results and statistics for inclusion into Test Summary Reports and other deliverables;
- Collect and present testing metrics and prepare testing progress reports;
Sound like you? Like to know more? Apply now for immediate consideration.
Ref no: 4A/17361
How to Apply?
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