Job title: Junior Test Engineer

Location: London, Sheffield, Telford or Scotland based

Role type: Permanent

Hours: 35 hours per week

Who are 2i?

We are a leading software testing and quality assurance consultancy. Since our inception in 2005, we have matured into a thought-leading business that can, and does, support organisations of any sector or size. We have over 200 colleagues across the UK, we work hybrid and have offices across Edinburgh (our Head Office), Glasgow, the Midlands and London.

We provide a combination of high-level consultancy services that identify software delivery risks for clients across different sectors and size. We implement the processes, tools and skills to deliver projects that focus on providing the client with certainty of delivery.

What will your day job look like?

You will spend your first 6 weeks in the role learning about industry, technologies and getting ready to start working with one of our many clients. You’ll be mentored by smart, highly-capable people in a collaborative environment that encourages the sharing of knowledge and experience to get up and running on real-world development projects from the very beginning. You’ll learn all the skills needed for the best start to your career as part of a talented and thought-leading consultancy team, committed to delivering beyond clients’ expectations.

Your Responsibilities

  • Refinement & Planning meetings
  • Testing including automation, investigating issues, communicating with developers
  • Test admin - test data management, account management etc
  • Day to day maintenance - refactoring and implementing new functionality
  • Managing automated testing pipelines & reporting

About You

  • Curiosity and enthusiasm for solving problems and learning
  • Computer Science, Software Engineering or similar subject at degree level, or a genuine passion for technology
  • Experience within Java, JavaScript, or Python would be an advantage
  • Ideally previous experience with Testing technologies and practices
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • Demonstrable programming experience
  • A high level of self-motivation and self-awareness
  • Strong communication skills and an appetite to collaborate cross functionally across our entire team
  • Curiosity and enthusiasm for solving problems and learning

What if you are a partial fit?

We value team players who are keen to develop and play their part in an ambitious and growing company. We can offer meaningful learning and development opportunities to match ambition and align skills more closely with the job description.

What is it like to work for us?

We are a professional business, so we treat people as professionals and give them the autonomy to do their job. If something isn’t working tell us; we empower our people to drive change.

Our core values are: inclusivity, learning, openness and sharing and we nurture these in our day-to-day.

We are passionate about Diversity and Inclusion. We celebrate difference and believe it is key to our success.

What we offer you

We unlock our people’s full potential. We do this by fostering trust, investing in them and providing autonomy. We offer meaningful learning and development to support this.

We reward our people. We offer a discretionary company and personal performance bonus and annual salary review aligned to the overall annual performance of the business. We have a range of benefits to reward people. We also have a range of events to celebrate success.

We prioritise health and wellbeing. We have a range of engagement events and initiatives to prioritise this. You can join our Health & Wellbeing programme where you will find advice on how to maintain a healthy mind and body.

We are passionate about giving back to the community. To give a flavour of what we do, each year our people select their ‘Charity of the Year’ that we support and fundraise for.

And much more…

Still reading? Apply now and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss next steps.

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