QA Test Automation Analyst

About the Position

Ipswich, Suffolk
£40,000 - £45,000 per annum

Job Role

Reporting into the QA Test Manager you will be responsible for writing and executing both manual and automated test scripts for all the business systems. You’ll be working closely with the solution design, development, database, deployment and UAT teams in providing a key contribution to the overall QA processes as well as the continuous improvement of testing across the business to ensure any new features, enhancements and improvements work, operate and function as intended and in line with the specific requirements form internal stakeholders or external users.

Requirements & Experience

We’re looking for someone with a blend of manual and automation testing experience across a wide range of domains. You’ll need to be able to understand the full testing lifecycle and how this works alongside the rest of a software business. You’ll have the opportunity to get involved with a wide range of testing techniques and tools such as Selenium WebDriver, API Testing and JIRA and there is progression, development and training in this role too.

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