Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst

ShortList Recruitment Limited
£35000 - £45000/annum additional benefits
15 Jun 2017
15 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst - Liverpool£45K

ShortList recruitment are seeking an experienced Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst to work for a high profile company in Liverpool.

Technology is at the core of this business and after considerable investment, a new platform is in development and the team requires a Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst. The Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst will be joining a new team and will be responsible for the testing and documentation of web, desktop and mobile based applications, from definition to BAU handover.

Key responsibilities for Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst:

* Design and develop QA test scenarios and projects
* Work closely with the Development team and other relevant teams to review installation issues and software defects
* Regularly review system design and implement software testing focused on the quality of the software products
* Execute and modify API automated scripts with tractability functionality
* Actively reduce security threats by utilising dependable tools and software applications
* Conduct Automation testing for SDLC on an API XML level
Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst will have commercial experience all phases of testing using open source testing tools such as Selenium. The right Team Lead / QA Test Analyst for this role will have working knowledge of Java and ideally DevOps testing automation flow. You will have problem solving skills and be able to collaborate to generate solutions as part of a team.

The Test Team Lead / QA Test Analyst role is paying up to £45,000 plus benefits depending on experience. This role is easily commutable from Liverpool, Chester, Warrington, Runcorn and the Wirral.

ShortList Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

ShortList specialise in the full spectrum of IT positions, from CIO to Helpdesk Analyst, on both a permanent and contract basis