Manual Test Analyst
Permanent Opportunity for a Test Analyst | Based in Brisbane CBD
Large Agile program of work | Up to $75k inc super
ASAP Start | Apply for immediate consideration
Our client is looking for a Manual Test Analyst who will ensure end-to-end quality of digital solutions using manual testing techniques. As the role will be focused on improving the overall quality of digital solutions, the ideal candidate must have a keen eye for innovation and exceptional customer experience. Service-orientated, positive and committed, the ideal candidate will work well within a group environment, be passionate about testing, and have strong problem-solving skills.
Your key responsibilities will include:
- Manual testing of digital solutions on web and mobile platforms
- Utilisation of BDD techniques to implement test automation across digital solutions on web and mobile platforms
- Participation in Agile delivery processes, including planning and estimation
- Identification of leading trends and innovations that may benefit the organisation
- Identification and implementation of continuous improvement opportunities
- Ad-hoc duties as required
You will be required to have:
- Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology or equivalent (desirable)
- Significant experience working in Agile environments
- 2 years experience in a similar role
- Passion for Agile, innovation, and delivering exceptional customer experiences
- Proven experience with manual testing approaches
- Experience with Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) techniques
- Ability to conduct testing of both Mobile and Web-based applications
- Experience in development of test plans, procedures and scripts
- Experience with JIRA and/or Confluence
- Ability to influence discussions and decision with an impact on quality
- Proficiency in C# and/or Java (desirable)
- Test automation of native mobile applications (desirable)
- Experience with the Sitecore platform (desirable)
- Experience with Lean methodologies (desirable)
This is a permanent role due to start immediately. APPLY NOW using the link below quoting ref. 4B/25493.
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