A bespoke software consultancy’s new Head of Testing has announced a recruitment drive as part of the ongoing expansion of the firm’s testing operation.
Laurence Pisani, who took up the newly-created role in November last year, is initially looking for a Principal Test Consultant to help him build upon the talent within the existing team, with numerous new roles available in London, Edinburgh, Bristol and Newcastle upon Tyne.
Laurence, who is based at Scott Logic’s Warwick Street office in Soho, London, explained: “As I stated when I joined Scott Logic, my goal is to build a solid test practice within the existing software development framework, as well as offer testing as a service in its own right.
“A crucial step in achieving this is to grow the team by bringing in key people – experienced core test engineers to help build the business proposition.”
Test engineers and consultants joining Scott Logic at all levels will experience work on varied projects, and enjoy access to the best tools and technologies, along with the opportunity to develop their careers at the cutting edge of the technology industry.
Laurence continued: “At Scott Logic we apply industry recognised testing principles, well developed processes and experienced people, and provide the right thinking, tools and practices to enable testing to be performed at the right pace, with the right approach, and with the right outcomes.”
Scott Logic is a bespoke software consultancy with offices in Newcastle (est. 2005), Edinburgh (est. 2007), Bristol (est. 2011) and London (est. 2014). The company was founded in 2005 by Gary Scott with the goal of building a successful software development consultancy, that prides itself on quality service and the calibre of its people, which now number more than 200.
With a number of long-standing clients from a range of sectors including investment banking, financial services, energy trading and oil and gas, the company provides a broad range of services, including User Experience (UX) design, project delivery and testing.
In 2011, Scott Logic also expanded to form a product-based business, shinobicontrols, which specialises in creating charts and tools for use on mobile apps, both for the individual developer and those in enterprise.