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Sap Test Analyst, Sydney, Aurec

Published 2022-06-24
Expires 2022-07-24
ID #1058867010
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Sap Test Analyst, Sydney, Aurec
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney,
Published June 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Sap test analyst


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Description SAP Test Analyst position within a NSW Government department, providing testing within Data Warehouses and Business intelligence. Manual/automatic testing Data Warehouse + SQL 12 months contract initially Up to $725/day + super St Leonards + WFH What you will be doing Assisting the Test ManagerCreating Solid Information for the Development of Testing SolutionsDevelop Test cases based on Testing requirementsIdentify/Create data that will be used in these Test CasesExecute Test Cases as required during the Test CyclesIdentify and record defects that arise during testing (report, triage and recommend in an efficient manner)Co-ordinate User Acceptance TestingAssist with Automated TestingUse SQL to view underlying data Requirements of the position At least 3 years' experience in working on similar roles within data warehouseMinimum 5 years of experience in Integration, Functional/Non-Functional, Database and ETL testing.Experience in setting up Automation Frameworks and setting up automated tests reportingAdept with Agile, Waterfall development methodologies and Azure Devops.Excellent SQL SkillsPrior experience working in a business systems support type role (with DBA proficiency) is highly desirable

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