IDT Belarus is looking for a Senior QA Engineer (Hybrid) who will become an integral part of our Quality Engineering team, advocating quality and efficiency in all of our development practices. In this role, you will develop test cases based on the business requirements to ensure product quality and interact with stakeholders to ensure optimum test coverage. It is important for us that the team is joined by a person who has an analytical mindset and is attentive to details.
At IDT, you will:
- Work with the Scrum Team to understand new features.
- Translate user stories into working test plans and test cases to ensure that the test scope is adequate.
- Make sure that the test cases created are detailed and are automation-ready.
- Analyze test results to ensure correct functionality and interact with the team for the resolution of defects.
- Make sure the testing-related documentation (e.g JIRA and Confluence pages) is complete.
We would like to see:
- System Testing experience (Functional, UI/UX testing).
- Strong knowledge of SQL.
- REST or SOAP API testing experience.
- CI/CD experience with tools such as Jenkins or CircleCI.
- Experience in developing Automated Test Cases.
We are happy to offer you:
- Remote work opportunity!
- An exciting and challenging job with talented people around.
- Competitive salary and growth opportunities.
- Really good hardware.
- 26 vacation days & 5 fully covered sick days without sick leave required per year.
- Compensation for professional training, seminars, and conferences.
- Sports activities reimbursement.
- Medical insurance.
- First-class English lessons.
About IDT:IDT Belarus is based in Minsk and is registered in Hi-Tech Park. It is a part of IDT Corporation – an American telecommunications company founded in 1990 and headquartered in New Jersey. IDT is an industry leader in prepaid communication and payment services and one of the world's largest international voice carriers. We are listed on the NYSE, employ over 1500 people across 20+ countries, and have revenues in excess of $1.5 billion.