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Performance Test Analyst

Job Title: Performance Test Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £40000 - £45000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: EC/TUE-859
Contact Name: Elise Colman
Contact Email: elisec@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Performance Test Analyst Central London (£40,000 - £45,000)

Position Summary

An extremely exciting opportunity has risen for a Performance Test Analyst with one of Britain's most reputable enterprise. The FTSE 100 Company are looking for someone who is keen to take on a new challenge and who will deliver performance testing for new and existing applications. The client is an international telecoms company with yearly revenue of $1.354 billion. They are continuously growing and need someone who is keen to be part of their success

The successful candidate will be a passionate about QA and have proficient and proven experience in performance testing. Furthermore, the candidate will be a hard-worker with an excellent work ethic.

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Responsibilities

  • Co-ordinate, develop, maintain and own all performance test activities
  • Responsible for Performance test activities: test script creation, load test execution, collect metrics, create and conduct performance testing schedules, server monitoring during load tests.
  • Report Performance results
  • Log and track performance defects
  • Analysis of Performance bottlenecks
  • Regression Test for performance

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  • At least 4 years' experience in performance testing
  • Experience of Performance test tools: HP Loadrunner 12, Stormrunner, Jmeter, SoapUI Pro, LoadUI
  • Working knowledge of Java for performance testing
  • Experience in Web application testing, Webservices & API testing
  • Understanding of non-functional requirements
  • Experience in creating test documentation: Performance test Strategy, Performance Test Plan & Performance Test Reports
  • Performance Test script creation & load test execution
  • Analysis of performance bottlenecks
  • Server monitoring using HP Sitescope or similar tools
  • Regression Performance Testing
  • Self-organised and able to work unsupervised
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to take ownership and work to deadlines
  • Good communication and ability to work with Internal and external stakeholders
  • Good team working skills

Desirable Knowledge and Skills:

  • Experience of performance testing Single View Billing system and/or MS Dynamics CRM.
  • Experience of open source and commercial performance test tools: Seagull, Neotys, CloudTest
  • Experience of HP ALM/QC
  • Experience of working in a global organization
  • Experience of working in Telecommunications industry

This is a fantastic opportunity with one of the UK's most reputable brands. If you want to know more please contact me on EliseC@montash.com for immediate discussion for this role.

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