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Become a QA Test Analyst

Use cutting edge technologies to solve the people challenges of some of the world’s largest organisations.

  

QA Test Analyst Old Street, London

  • £26,000 - £28,000
  • Share scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Pension
  • Friday drinks 

What you will be doing

Join us and you will work with the direction of Head of QA & Support to create an ongoing structured regression pack covering key business areas of the Qlearsite tool.

  • You will release testing of new features from a business perspective versus business requirements
  • You will assist with basic support tasks as deemed suitable by Head of QA & Support
  • You will work on new release regression tests collation and conversion to structured test scenarios
  • You will be involved with some test execution during regression phases to assist towards creation of structured test scenarios
  • You will work on the collation of regression testing artefacts from previous releases and conversion to structured test scenarios

What you will have

  • Essential Requirements   
  • • At least one year software testing experience using web-based applications
  • • Some experience of writing test scenarios and test steps from business requirements
  • • Some experience of execution of test cases including attaching evidence
  • • Some experience of using a testing repository tool (for example HPQC / GetZephyr / TestRail)
  • • Good MS Excel knowledge
  • • Experience of working to strict deadlines
  • • Understanding of regression testing scoping / test pack maintenance.
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  • Useful, but not essential requirements   
  • • Some knowledge of automation tools for UI – ie Selenium, HP PC, Cucumber, TestPlant
    • Exposure to / knowledge of some of the following: Java (or any programming language), Oracle database, Apache Maven, Selenide, Junit, TestNG, Postman, Browserstack
  • • ISTQB Foundation level qualified
  • • Exposure to test automation – some experience of creating new tests / conversion from manual test cases
  • • Exposure to working with an Offshore Team – Test or Development
  • • Basic knowledge of Agile
  • • Cross-browser Testing with mobile devices
Onwards to our company and culture…

We are Qlearsite Ltd

We are Organisational Scientists with a clear goal in mind; to improve working lives

About Qlearsite Ltd

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Our Culture - What we do

We have created a new scientific people analytics discipline, 'Organisational Science', that uses 'big data' techniques and artificial intelligence software to deliver actionable insights.

In a nutshell, we use our unique suite of technologies to solve organisational challenges, whether that be engagement, inclusion or retention of employees.

 

Our unique work environment  

Our work space is in the heart of London’s tech start-up hub, on the famous silicon roundabout. The office is spacious, open plan and artistically decorated, with food and drink aplenty.

Our culture is multi-disciplinary, from machine learning to psychology, ethnography to engineering. This fosters a genuinely collaborative and creative environment for learning that you won't find elsewhere.

We have a very friendly and sociable office, and get together on Friday evenings for drinks, nibbles and VR fun. We also plan all-hands social events on a quarterly basis- recent socials have taken us to ‘The Escape Rooms’ and other team building venues.

What makes our company great for a graduate

Unlike more traditional firms, as a graduate at Qlearsite you will receive responsibility and ownership of tasks from day one.

This means direct exposure to client challenges and projects and use of our unique, and pioneering set of workforce analytics technologies, offering a fantastic environment for learning and personal growth.

We have a flat structure which encourages you to shape how we work better at Qlearsite. This means you will continually develop our firm and care for our community of ‘Organisational Scientists’.

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