Test Analyst Resume Example

 

Modern Test Analyst Resume Example

 

 

 

 

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Below is an example of a resume for a test analyst. You may use it as a template for your own resume or you can use it to take guidance from.  Here are a few pointers:

  • Keep it simple, but sound professional.

It is important to sound as professional as possible to the person that you are applying for a job with. Using keywords unique to your role will help to gather interest from anyone that is reading your resume.

  • Make yourself sound good

This might seem like a bit of an obvious point, but make the best of your space to write a personal profile and make yourself sound as good as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

112 Ariel Street

TX, 12345

06541221465 | mywebsite.com

t.analyst@mywebsite.com

Mr t.Analyst

Personal statement

 

My name is Test Analyst, I studied at TAU (The Analysts University) to achieve a BA with honors in computer science. I am a fully competent individual with excellent knowledge of setting up tests for all kinds of software, be it large enterprise scale or a small independent system. I have a very dynamic approach to problems that means I can find and tackle issues head on.

I also have fantastic analytical skills, meaning I can recognize patterns and sequences out of many different sets of data, all with great attention to detail and accuracy. Using these skills I was able to develop new methods, that I could teach to others, to help speed up workflow and improve the efficiency of teams almost three fold.

During my time as a tester, as well as a Test Analyst, I picked up an expansive knowledge of software problems and faults. This ranges from common issues, to obscure bugs that may not be expected at all (under normal user conditions). Using these skills I can efficiently determine what might be a cause of problems in any given piece of software. I feel that this skill helps greatly in improving how quickly and accurately I can complete tasks.

I am currently looking for a suitable role as a test analyst to continue to grow my knowledge and become part of a larger team.

Outside of work I am a huge sports fan. I enjoy getting together with friends and playing baseball, football and golf. I find that keeping active outside of work keeps me focused and it is a perfect time to think of new ways to improve workflow.

Professional Achievements

 

University of TAU (Test analyst university)

BA (with honors) in computer science (2004)

ACme software co. (Previous employer 2005-2015)

Joined the company as a graduate in 2005. After 2 years was promoted to team leader and after 5 years I was working as department manager. While my time was spent as manager I managed to decrease test times, while also increasing accuracy.

I feel that this is one of my largest achievements to date, since graduating, and massively increased my skills in both testing software as well as developing into a leading test analyst.

Skills

 

Excellent analytical skills

Experience with a wide range of testing procedures

Expansive knowledge of common software faults and failures.

Naturally inquisitive and eager to seek out solutions to problems

Lengthy experience working with/leading a team of people (10+)

Fantastic team work skills

Work History

 

ACME SOFTWARE CO.

March 2005 – January 2015

Unit tester, Test Analyst, Team Leader, Department Manager

MOFC Testing

April 2003 – Ongoing

MOFC Testing is my own company, Started during university to learn more about being a Tester. This eventually led to finding my role as a test analyst.

Education

 

TAU (The analyst university)

BA (with honors): Computer Science
GPA: 5.0 – Deans list every semester

Over the time I spent studying, I learnt all of the skills required to become a qualified tester while also developing my own highly profitable business and getting a head start in the industry.

References

 

Available on request

 

 

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