Test Analyst Lead
Posted on Feb 19, 2021 by Hays Specialist Recruitment
Test Analyst Lead, Permanent Job, Dublin, €60K in the Energy Sector
Your new company
Your new company is the biggest in its' industry. It is nationally the best in its' business and has roughly over 500 people in their team in Ireland! They are really dedicated to a top-class culture and have prioritised teamwork and collaboration. They are also known as a company with excellent ambition and great vision. Your new company is one of the futures, with its digital technology and IT Team dedicated to making that vision come true!
Your new role
You will be responsible for the testing across a wide range of applications, that includes managing, planning and deploying the testing's. You'll also be responsible for the continuous development of the software's quality, delivery and design. Working on the IT Test Policies, the Quality Policies and the Test Strategies too
What you'll need to succeed
You'll need proven experience with planning work, solving problems and successful troubleshooting skills. You will have to be comfortable with taking the lead of small to medium scale projects. You'll ideally have a relevant higher-level degree with a Business/IT emphasis, and you'll be a clear and concise communicator with experience of liaising with third-party and project stakeholders. You'll also need experience at defining and refining testing processes
What you'll get in return
The salary offered for this role is totally within market range, they are offering a perm role, and benefits for this company are many. You'll be working in central Dublin 4, which is extremely accessible from anywhere in Dublin and around Dublin! You'll get to work in the headquarters of this nationally known brand and really get to work for a company renowned for its excellent environment.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
Note: This hire must be fully eligible to work and reside in Ireland.