QA Analyst / Web Tester

About the Position

Testing
Permanent
Ipswich / Remote working available
£35,000 - £40,000 per annum

Job Role

They are looking to bring in a QA Analyst / Web Tester to help them maintain the top-quality work they’ve been renowned for and taking it further by bringing in an extra pair of hands and hopefully some new ideas and techniques to the table which identify different ways of improving the QA processes.

Working alongside the development team, you will play a key role in the project delivery by making sure every project is delivered with the highest standard and quality. You’ll be involved in projects from start to finish, making sure it matches the clients standard and specifications throughout and communicating with the rest of the team on any issues that arise as and when.

Requirements & Experience

For this role, you’ll need to be able to write test scripts and plans, conduct functional and visual testing and have a strong understanding of website design & development.

Key skills needed for this role are:

  • Knowledge of HTML and Web Development technologies
  • Understanding and knowledge of using CMS (Content Management System)
  • Any knowledge or experience in Desktop, Application, Mobile and Automation testing

 


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