We are a recognised leader in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) field, having acted as consultant, designer and systems and software developers on projects with local and national highway and transport organisations, in the UK and overseas. Our professionals bring expertise across the broad spectrum from policy development and concept design, through software and systems development to operations and maintenance. The firm has significant experience in the fields of strategy and policy, traffic management and network operation, traveller information systems, data analysis, ticketing and smart cards, tolling and security.
Our Development team is principally based in Glasgow and includes software and web developers, user interface designers, database developers and administrators and test and release engineers supported by project managers and ITS professionals. We offer training, support and career development for all our staff within their relevant fields of expertise. Equally we appreciate the value to our staff and the firm in developing cross disciplines skills and gaining experience across all areas of our business.
We are seeking to appoint a Graduate entry level Test and Release Engineer to support our successful team to continue to build the Intelligent Transportation Systems of the future.
Working as part of the team, you will assist on a large range of client based projects, providing a pro-active service by ensuring data management policies, standards and procedures are being followed in both the development and live environments while identifying and suggesting any areas for improvement.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Working as part of passionate team to ensuring quality is driven into the heart of the development process
- Supporting a wide variety of tasks, projects and multiple clients
- Assisting with the testing of software across various platforms, web browsers and mobile devices
- Actively contributing to design meetings and assisting with reviews of software requirements
- Working with business stakeholders to identify improvements or raise issues with the software, or processes
- Assisting with prioritisation of tasks
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