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We are currently seeking a Quality Assurance Tester/Analyst to join our established Design & Development team. Testing is a vital part of delivering a quality product to our clients, and that’s why we have a dedicated function within the team to ensure that happens.
As someone experienced with QA Testing, you will be immersed with the different approaches taken towards assuring the quality of the work leaving the team. As a part of that team, you will work on a wide variety of different projects from conception to delivery.
Reporting to the Development Team Manager you will:
- Learn how Stickyeyes build websites which enable businesses to operate online.
- Create test cases to ensure a website meets the requirements set out by the client and other internal teams.
- Use a combination of manual and automated testing methods to ensure the quality of work leaving the team.
- Work with the development team manager to look for improvements to the ways of working together with developers to ensure a quality product.
- Be given training opportunities in order to develop your own skills.
- Take a leading role in the long-term coverage of our retained sites.
- Be the quality control gate at Stickyeyes for the delivery and support of client websites.
What you’ll need:
- A genuine passion for being part of a creative team, a total love for problem solving and the hunger to continually improve.
- Understand how to test both mobile and web applications from a design, functional, cross-browser and accessibility perspective.
- Great communication skills with the ability to share ideas and improve awareness throughout the agency.
- Strong team player who can use their initiative and self-manage.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- An understanding of popular web browsers across a range of mobile, tablet and desktop platforms.
- Experience having worked as a tester previously and demonstrate knowledge in different testing methods.
- An understanding of the building blocks of websites (e.g. HTML, CSS) would be useful but not required.