IT Systems Tester

Job Ref: 50188470
Sector: Testing and QA
Date Added: 08 January 2018
  • Leicestershire, England
  • £25,000 - £35,000 per Year
  • Daniel Rooney
  • 44 161 888 2529

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Would you like a varied and challenging UAT/Systems testing role with a Construction/Home-Building company with a large digital presence? This UAT role will involve working with different areas of the business to increase companywide understanding of User Acceptance Testing. As well as a great work environment where people want to stay for the long term, also on offer is:

  • Up to £35,000 DOE
  • 5% Annual Bonus
  • Flexible Working
  • Competitive Pension

You will be supported to spread your knowledge of User Acceptance Testing across the business. This would initially be training on a one-one basis, gradually increasing to around 10 people as you find your feet! The role will also entail Systems Testing, starting by working on the company's core applications and expanding as your understanding improves.

'What are you looking for?'

This role is perfect for somebody with strong UAT experience with some additional experience in Systems testing, and previous mentoring/training experience will also be helpful. An ISTQB qualification is desirable, but if you have the desire and relevant experience the company can put the right person through this course. Experience using a Test Management tool and using SQL are also useful.

This is an exciting time to join this Home-Building company as the current Test Team will be expanding over the coming year. This will provide additional opportunities for development in a company that puts serious passion into its people - from a large training budget that allows you to take relevant courses to an annual bonus as a welcome reward for the work you put in!

If you would like to apply or learn more about the role, click Apply and send in your CV today!

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age.