Vacancy: Junior Software Tester
Location: Central London
Contract Type: Permanent, full time, 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £20k to £28k depending on experience
Start Date: Immediate
Please submit your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are expanding our team and have a new role for a Junior Software Tester to work in our office in the City. No previous experience is required as full training will be provided.
We're looking for a special person who has the aptitude to eventually become the best in our profession - it's challenging but rewarding and you'll be working with a great team who will support and mentor you.
You will learn the technologies that are used to build everything we test and also the wide range of testing techniques that we use. Eventually you will learn test automation and will have opportunities to move into management, consultancy, sales or simply keep becoming a better tester.
You're likely to be inquisitive, always questioning how and why things happen. It helps if you're passionate about technology and already have some knowledge of how websites and mobile apps are built and work. But that's not essential if you've got the right attitude.
You've got to want to learn - there will be a lot of that, at least for the first 20 or 30 years! And forget anything you've read about testing elsewhere - our approach is unique in the UK. It's an exciting intellectual challenge - a technical investigation, not an exercise in bureaucracy.
Good GCSEs in English and Maths are highly desirable.
Numeracy and good written and spoken English are essential, while proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel are highly desirable. Most of our testers have at least a first degree but it's not essential.
About Test Partners
Since 2001 Test Partners has provided software testing and consultancy services from our in-house test lab and on-site at our clients' premises. We have conducted thousands of projects for clients ranging from small digital agencies to public sector organisations and corporates such as the BBC, the Financial Conduct Authority and Transport for London.