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Rebecca Dyer

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Product Quality Analyst

  • £45000 - £50000.00
  • Birmingham, Permanent
  • Date posted: 11th February 2020

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PRODUCT QUALITY ANALYST / PRODUCT ANALYST / PRODUCT OWNER / PRODUCT TEST / PRODUCT QUALITY / PRODUCT SOLUTIONS / QUALITY ANALYST / QA / MANUAL TEST / COVENTRY / BIRMINGHAM / WARWICK / WARWICKSHIRE / RUGBY / NUNEATON / HINCKLEY / MIDLANDS

We are working with a leading e-commerce retail brand who are seeking a Product Quality Analyst to join their team.

This role sits within the Product team and we are seeking an individual who is keen to be within a well-rounded role, where product quality is at the heart of everything they do.

The ideal candidate will have experience as a Quality Analyst, working on manual testing (system / integration) and is still happy to work with engineers in the coverage of their test scenario.

Responsibilities within the role include:

  • Working alongside with the Product Manager on the Product roadmap, identifying & owning smaller segments within.
  • Working closely with key stakeholders to understand the problem statement in detail
  • Writing stories with valid behaviours and acceptance criteria
  • Understanding the SDLC and has experience working with engineers

The role is based in Coventry, but will include weekly, expensed Travel to London.

To find out more please contact Rebecca Dyer

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