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Test Analyst-London-Pricing System-Finance-£40k

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Recruiter
Huxley Associates
Posted
29 November 2012
Closes
27 December 2012
Ref
HA-12314490
Contact
Liam Gaffey
Function
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£35000 - £43000 per annum

Further information

Test Analyst required for London based Finance client within their Pricing team. The Pricing system is built in Java and use VBA and VB Script and tested using in house tools.

Your stakeholders include Operations, Development and the Quant teams, and you will report directly to the VP of the area with high visibility to the Global head of testing.

The role has come about due to internal promotion of the current Test Analyst into a more senior role. The client value internal mobility and organic growth in more senior roles, supporting your career development as you grow with the business. The current is team made up of 3 test Analysts who sit in the Pricing Valuations team and cover various geographical locations, meaning excellent written and verbal communications skills are essential.

If you want to be part of this top performing team previous successful applicants have come from both Finance and non finance backgrounds. The key skills to perform this role are excellent hands on testing experience rather than testing coordination, you will do the testing and be involved in all aspects of the testing process, within in an Agile environment. If you have cut your employment teeth in a testing role and feel you are ready to take that next leap into another firm, having graduated from university in a Computer Science or numeric degree then please apply now. The client is looking to interview ASAP and have offers out in the next few weeks. Do you want to celebrate a new job just before the holiday period?

To find out more about Huxley Associates please visit www.huxley.com

Huxley Associates

Huxley Associates is an international recruitment agency specialising in the placement of senior professionals in a diverse range of sectors.