SC Functional Test Analyst

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    Corsham, Wiltshire

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    James Mcgonnell

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  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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Test Analyst


6 months

SC clearance or eligibility to obtain SC Clearance is required for this role


Would you like to join a global leader in IT Services?

Our client are at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms.


The Test Analyst is a professional specialized in functional and non-functional software testing, being responsible for the design of test cases, development and execution of test scenarios and reporting of defects. Is able to handle small modules where can assign tasks to team members and help in overall project completion.

The Test Analyst works under the coordination of the Test Lead and supports him/her in duties like estimation, risk management, defect monitoring and tracking, planning and resource allocation within his/her scope of responsibility.


  • Designs test cases assuring the full coverage of the customer requirements of a project or service, applying the appropriate testing techniques.
  • Knowledge of ITIL process
  • Experience of Process testing
  • Develops and reviews high quality and accurate test scenarios, input test data and expected results for all test phases.
  • Executes tests systematically to ensure software quality.
  • Assimilates promptly the details of multiple new systems and apply these to the project testing requirements.
  • Takes responsibility in the identification of discrepancies in functionality during test preparation (working from requirements and functional specification documents), and clarifies these to resolution with the corresponding project members. e.g. mapping an issue with a baselined functional specification and suggesting a solution.

Suitable candidates should submit their CV in the first instance