Brainberry invites the Middle/Senior Manual QA Engineer for long-term cooperation at its service center in Kyiv, Ukraine.
You will have the opportunity to be a part of the extension team of an international IT Consulting Company.
Our Customer is a German software development and IT-consulting company, it main focus is in the systematic application of knowledge and information technologies. Main customers are national and international associations.
Founded in 2002.
About the project: the team is developing high-load websites and services for organizing online congresses for the medical sector.
Team structure: Development team of 3 Backend developers; 5 Front-end developers;
— Experience in functional and non-functional Web testing
— Practical experience in developing test documentation.
— Knowledge of test management and bug tracking tools and processes.
— Ability to read technical and requirements documentation in English.
— Participation in End-to-end software development lifecycle;
— Strong knowledge of software QA methodologies, tools and processes;
— Experience in analyzing project documentation to ensure a thorough understanding of business and technical requirements;
— Design the relevant Test Cases/Check Lists which will effectively execute the software under test, applicable to both new and existing product functionality;
— Experience with Jira, Confluence, TestRail or similar test management tools;
Will be a plus
— Experience in API testing.
— Knowledge of automated testing.
— Create and execute test cases.
— Report and verify bugs to guarantee the quality of the developed solutions.
— Keep all project QA-related documents/files up-to-date.
— Actively participate in daily project team meetings and brainstorming activities related to the project.
— Search, record and track software bugs
— Repeated testing of corrected errors;
— Product regression testing;
— Release testing;
— No bureaucracy;
— Work in the young, friendly and supportive team
— Perfectly equipped and cozy office with multiple lounge zones in the office near the metro station
— The family-like relationship within the team and direct communication with international clients
— Personal development and professional growth
— Competitive salary and paid vacation
— Team building activities (corporate parties, joint movies, and football watching in the office)
— Coffee, tea, cakes, candies, and lunch in the office