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Tester- Infrastructure

Contract/Casual
ACT
Posted on 21.12.2016
  • Infrastructure Tester
  • Must be Australian Citizen-with a minimum NV1 clearance
  • New year start - 6 months contract



Our Global Sector client is looking for experienced for Multiple Infrastructure Tester.These are contract roles and would be new year start.

Canberra

Our Global Sector client is looking for experienced for Multiple Infrastructure Tester.These are contract roles and would be new year start.

As an Infrastructure Tester you should have :

  • Experience in testing Linix , Window and Citrix.
  • Perform typical test activities and approaches for web based applications such as smoke testing, integration testing, functional testing, regression testing and other test activities assigned by the test manager
  • Analyse requirements and technical documents to produce, manage and review testing documentation, including strategies, plans, risk assessments, test specifications and status & summary reports
  • Develop, manage and execute test artefacts such as user stories, bugs, tasks, test suites, test cases utilising Microsoft's testing tools - Team Foundation Server (TFS) & Microsoft Test Manager (MTM)
  • Collaborate with clients and other ICT staff to ensure that issues, problems and defects that arise during testing are timely managed, escalated and resolved efficiently.

Essential Criteria:
  • Candidates will have a minimum of 5 experience years in testing in large Government Organisations
  • Demonstrated experience in planning, drafting executing and finalising testing artefacts
  • Demonstrated experience of application testing in complex IT environments
  • A working understanding of Enterprise Data Warehouses
  • Experience using TFS as a testing repository
  • Demonstrated understanding and/or accreditation of Prince2 Project Management and Agile methodologies
  • Proven ability to engage stakeholders
  • Attention to detail
  • Good liaison skills
  • High level of analytical skills

Please note due to the nature of the ork all qualified applicants must have Australian Citizenship with a minimum NV1/NV2 clearance . Only qualified applciants will be contacted.
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Suma Kasinadhuni on 02 61519213. Please quote our job reference number: 200164177.

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