Test Analyst

Start date: 
02-OKT-17
Position duration: 
unknown
Asecrit ID: 
ASEC19307
Place: 
Brussel

You will join our client's Team for the delivery of tested systems into UAT and Production by interpreting business and technical requirements and executing functional testing activities.

 

 

Required skills: 

Responsibilities:

• Participate in all functional testing levels including static, system and system integration and where relevant non-functional testing
• Analysis of requirements specifications and design documents uses structured techniques to identify testable conditions
• Creating and executing functional test plans and cases to ensure alignment with standards
• Create test data files with valid and invalid records to thoroughly test program logic and verify system flow
• Conduct tests and analyze results to ensure that software meets or exceeds specified standards and/or client requirements
• Drafts and revises test cases
• Create test data files with valid and invalid records to thoroughly test program logic and verify system flow
• Report directly to Domain Manager as appropriate
• Develop and maintain strong working relationships with other IT Services functions and customers to expedite delivery of IT solutions
• Responsible for test delivery of cases & results

Technical skills:

• Understanding of Software Development Lifecycle including Functional & Non-Functional Test Phases
• Awareness of Test Tools in the market place (Jira & Zephyr)
• Excellent attention to detail / motivated by delivery

• Minimum 2-4 years experience in testing or related discipline
• Minimum 3-5 years experience in an IT related environment
• Experienced in client-facing roles

Personal skills:

• Ability to work and team effectively with clients and members of the team
• Flexibility to adjust to multiple demands, shifting priorities, ambiguity and rapid change
• Ability to escalate accurately and efficiently
• Good interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
• English language skills - excellent written and verbal communication