Position: Full time
Start date: As soon as possible
Application closing date: 16 Nov 2021
Donovan Group is a well-established local company, taking things global. We have a strong track record of changing the game and delivering disruptive technology for the construction and building design industries.
Our game-changing software solution Utecture, provides an integrated, intuitive design, and an engineering platform for residential building markets. This B2B cloud-based platform merges design, estimation, and construction technology to change the customer experience. Several years in the development, our platform is now in an accelerated global growth phase.
We are now looking for Test Analysts to join our team. Reporting to our Lead Developers, you will work as part of a team, either focusing on testing the Quantification or Design aspects of the software.
You’ll get involved by:
- Carrying out manual testing and analyse results
- Collaborating with the Lead Developer(s) to define acceptance criteria, providing feedback around validity and feasibility
- Creating clear and precise defects and effectively prioritising within the development teams current workload and deadlines
- Provide regular updates on testing progress to Lead Developer and Software Development Manager
- Define end-to-end testing strategies and standards
We are looking for someone who can bring with them the technical skills and knowledge that we need to help with testing and implementation of the world’s first residential digital twin platform.
Given that this is a role working with game-changing software, we need someone with the following:
- A relevant qualification in either IT, Computer Science or Business Administration
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a software tester role or related field
- Experience in preparing test scenarios and cases
- Experience in functional testing, UI testing and QA and regression testing
- Ability to clearly document tests, changes, and usage guides
- Ability to quickly get a good understanding of a product, its intended use, and its limitations