[Melbourne-pm] Job opportunities in testing
jarich at perltraining.com.au
Thu Jun 10 19:52:50 PDT 2010
I thought this might interest some people.... (No recruiters (no exceptions)).
A career in testing?
Who are we?
We are TestLogistics, a rapidly expanding consultancy that specialises in the
complex aspects of system and software testing. Our clients are typically tier
one financial institutions, and we are based in the Sydney CBD. We can't find
enough good people, so we've decided to recruit some recent graduates, and train
them in the skills that they will need to become testing experts. These will be
permanent, full time positions, paying around $30,000 to $40,000 per year to
start, with generous increases as you become more productive.
You can find our website at www.testlogistics.com
Who are you?
You are a recent graduate, with a background in IT, mathematics, science or
engineering. You are computer literate, but you don't need to be a programmer.
You are analytical and you like to know how things work.
You are well presented and articulate. Excellent verbal and written
communications skills are a must for these positions.
You are smart - intelligent and practical. You are also methodical, thorough
and curious. You learn fast, and you are ambitious.
Will you find testing interesting?
Check out sites such as http://www.satisfice.com/ and
to find out more.
What you can expect?
You will be assigned to one of our Principal Consultants who will mentor you
through on the job training on site with a tier one customer: these include
organisations such as major banks and telcos. We are technology neutral, and we
test systems based on Windows, Linux, Unix and mainframes. You'll learn on the
job, so be prepared for a steep learning curve. Send your resume to Joel
Corrigan (joel.corrigan at testlogistics.com).
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