Eyasys AS delivers IT-solutions to governmental and private organizations in Norway and internationally. One of our current projects is delivering solar systems to citizens in Kenya, where solar panels are monitored by our software system. The vision of the project is to bring electricity to every home in Africa. Thus, the monitoring system should be reliable, scalable and robust.
On behalf of Eyasys Ciklum is looking for middle Manual QA Engineer to join the Dnipro team on a full-time basis.
Eyasys AS delivers a variety of software and hardware solutions to governmental and private organizations in Norway and internationally. Key elements in our deliveries are mobile communication, Internet of Things and security. Example of products in our portfolio are our hardened secure version of Android operating system and solar control software and mobile apps to manage and remotely operate solar panels in the field. We have strong international ambitions and possibilities for international assignments.
- Review and understand test plans and common use cases of our products.
- Execute test plans and meticulously document results and anomalies.
- Improve test cases and test data.
- Help reproduce bugs reported by users to help the development team fix them.
- Assess product usability and suggest improvements.
- 2+ year of experience as a manual tester of WEB and/or mobile applications.
- Experience in executing manual test plans and carefully documenting results.
- Experience in creating test cases from functional and technical requirements.
- Very good written and spoken English.
- Experience with automated test tools
- Experience in writing unit tests is a plus
- Good understanding of business processes
What's in it for you
- Unique working environment where you communicate and work directly with client
- Variety of knowledge sharing, training and self-development opportunities
- Competitive salary
- State of the art, cool, centrally located office with warm atmosphere which creates really good working conditions
- Quick and open decision processes, where everyone is heard.