Zonal Marketing Technology is part of the Zonal group. Our DNA is that of a fast-moving start-up, but we have the clout and connections of the UK’s largest provider of technology to the hospitality industry. We work with brands like PizzaExpress, JD Wetherspoons and All Bar One on everything from apps, order & pay, digital vouchers and loyalty to online bookings and table management. By linking these solutions to Zonal’s EPoS (till) system, we help hospitality brands to understand their customers’ behaviour and preferences, enabling them to excel in an increasingly competitive market.
Working in a hugely innovative area, the iOrder team at Zonal is building products that are revolutionising the hospitality industry. We’re looking for dynamic individuals who share our passion for driving innovation and using technology to build better businesses. We’re going on an exciting journey, and we need more like-minded travellers to help us get there!
The Quality Analyst will be responsible for testing and releasing software products ranging from Web Solutions, Mobile Applications, Database Systems and Automation.
You will be expected to produce and manage test script to cover new developments, changes requests and regression tests.
You will also be expected to participate in the development process to help ensure code is well written and testable.
This role will give you the opportunity to work on innovative new products within a fast paced, supportive and forward thinking team.
Ideally you will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a web testing environment with the ability to learn and understand complex systems.
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The role will focus on new innovations and product launches within a fast paced cross functional development team, embracing challenges and working against an iterative, agile methodology with a degree of 'Kitchen Table' start-up approaches to product development.