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Agile Test Analyst

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Various
  • Sector: Testing
  • Job reference: PC16-LDS
  • Consultant: Penny Cheung
Experienced Agile Test Analyst required to join an organisation that's driven by a desire to inspire positive change within teams / organisations. 

This role will be based in Leeds city centre. Offices are close to the train station.

You  will join a team of Agile evangelists comprising of Software Engineers, DevOps Engineers and Agile Coaches to deliver testing for greenfield solutions whilst advising on best practice in relation to Agile, Testing and Test Automation tools.

This role will best suit an Agile advocate who is keen to help tech teams to develop better ways of working as you will be working with highly adept Developers and ensuring that they are following best practice with regards to quality. 

Key Skills and Experience:
- Proven and well-rounded Testing experience
- Strong knowledge and experience of working in an Agile environment 
- Knowledge of BDD approaches
- First class communication skills

Any knowledge of automation test tools or experience operating at a consultative level / dealing directly with client stakeholders will be greatly beneficial. 

The ideal candidate will be a well-rounded Tester who is keen to work with all the latest technologies. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly capable team of technologists who are truly at the forefront of technology, at a time when the team is still growing and you can still use your experience to influence the overall test approach and strategy. 

The salary on this position is up to £60,000 dependent on skills and experience.

Please apply with an updated CV or enquire directly for more information on the role.
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