IT Testing Analyst (Grade H) - 1892211, - Ref:1892211
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GMP's IT team is growing, and we are recruiting two IT Testing Analysts. In this exciting role you will deliver GMP's testing function ensuing all IT services and products are successfully tested before release. You will also work alongside a team of testers both within the IT team and within the wider police force to drive a culture of continuous improvement in testing, identifying, and overcoming challenges to the successful implementation of IT systems and software. Your role will be an important one as it will form a critical part of GMP's journey to outstanding.
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