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Test Analyst - Manual & Automated - Bristol

Job Title: Test Analyst - Manual & Automated - Bristol
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bristol, England
Salary: £215 - £230 per day
Start Date: 21st August
Duration: 3+
REF: J9016_1502531487
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Test Analyst required. Test Analyst required by Montash's client, a market leading solutions provider, based in Bristol. As the Test Analyst you will have a proven background in the manual and automated testing of a range of web and mobile based applications, and have the ability to develop automated test frameworks using Selenium.

The Test Analyst will be experienced in the delivery of manual and automation testing throughout the full development life-cycle, and have exposure to Jira, HP ALM, Test Rail, and SQL.

As Test Analyst you will have an extensive background in creating and running manual and automated testing strategies, and also have experience working within Agile development environments.

To summarise, the Test Analyst will have the following skills and experience :

  • Manual and automation testing expertise across web and mobile applications
  • Be proficient in the creation and maintenance of a test automation using Selenium.
  • Prepare and execute test scripts (manual & automated) across multiple applications
  • Extensive experience of Agile environments
  • Knowledge of Jira, HP ALM, Test Rail, and SQL
  • ISEB accredited Testers preferred

It is also highly desirable that you are a strong communicator and that you are able to work both autonomously and as part of a team.

Please note this is an urgent requirement and candidates but be able to start by week commencing 21st August.

If you are available and interested in this position then please get in touch with your most recent CV.

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