Manual QA Analyst at Leo Learning, Remote, £Contractor Rate

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  • Remote
  • Apr 30, 2021
Duration not stated

Contract Description

We are looking for a Manual QA Analyst to join a fast paced and expanding Quality Assurance team. Reporting to the head of quality assurance, and working along side a dynamic team of manual and automation technical testers, you will be responsible for ensuring the functional quality of the company's software deliverables.

The QA Analyst is involved at a number of points in the software development life-cycle, and will consist of some or all of the following depending on the bespoke requirements for each project:

  • Creation and execution of test plans
  • Exploratory and destructive manual testing
  • Accessibility testing including;
    • Assuring WCAG standard conformance
    • Functional testing using accessibility tools
  • Cross-platform functionality testing, across a range of device and operating system combinations

Responsibilities

  • Perform manual testing, which may include exploratory, system, regression, compatibility, or integration testing for client facing products.
  • Work on small projects or individual tasks with guidance from more senior Software Testers.
  • Write, execute, and maintain test cases.
  • Document and evaluate test results and defects, track and manage defects and work with the Development team and business to troubleshoot issues and evaluate fixes.
  • Work closely with developers and product owners to understand the systems being tested.

Requirements, skills and abilities

  • Exceptional organizational skills and initiative. Demonstrated ability to complete assigned tasks and objectives, meet timelines, and provide updates.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with various departments at multiple levels.
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • The ability to work independently and proactively manage workloads
  • Flexibility is essential.
  • An understanding of web-delivered content and the factors involved with that:
    • Web browsers (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox etc.)
    • Web technologies (HTML, Flash, etc.)
    • Desktop operating systems, i.e. Windows, Mac OS
    • Mobile operating systems, i.e. iOS, Android
    • Mobile devices types - smartphones, tablets etc.
  • Experience and an understanding of Accessibility on the web is beneficial.