Lead QA Engineer
Type of Job
£45,000 to £65,000
7 Jun 2021
The Lucent Group are looking for a Senior/Lead Quality Assurance Engineer who enjoys continually identifying, solving and testing issues to ensure the best client experience. Adopting an AGILE methodology, you will be well versed in the .NET space and have the expertise to manage both UAT and NFT. This role is an excellent opportunity for a Senior QA Engineer to move into a Lead QA position, or for a Lead QA to join a company where they will have the chance to shape and grow the QA function.
Scotland based; the company is an established player in its market with a track record of success with established key partnerships. There is a sense of camaraderie in the business, and they are well-positioned for growth in an expanding sector. This opportunity has excellent career progression potential with the chance to build a team around you.
As the Senior/Lead QA, your responsibilities will include
·Setting the strategy and direction of Automation best practices
·Supporting development across multiple teams
·Working alongside all departments to ensure deliverables to cost and timeframes
·Implementing complex test suite frameworks and solutions
·Continuing to maintain AGILE methodologies
·Prioritising multiple project workstreams
·Writing test and acceptance criteria for automated programmes
The successful Senior QA or Lead QA’s experience will include
·You will be an experienced Senior QA keen to take the next step in your career, or an established Lead QA
·Writing automated tests for systems built using Microsoft technologies like .Net and Azure
·Testing mobile apps and APIs
·Strong experience in acceptance criteria/test script
·NFT, UAT and Performance/Load Testing
·Working in an AGILE Environment
·Prioritising work whilst working with multiple people and teams
·Implementing appropriate tools and frameworks
You will have a strong commercial acumen toward QA and client deliverables and be keen to join a growing team where technical standards and reputation are high. Ideally, you will have a relevant degree or experience backed up with professional qualifications in testing and quality assurance.
Candidates will be expected to work in Edinburgh two days per week post COVID, but will be able to be more office based full time if they wish to be.
Benefits include a salary, bonus, holidays and pension as well as continued investment in personal development and learning.