Quality Assurance Engineer (m/f/d)

Employer: FNT Software Solutions
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Timisoara
  • Updated at: 30.09.2022
    Short company description

    FNT is a leading provider of integrated software solutions for IT management, data center infrastructure management and telecommunication infrastructure management worldwide.

    With headquarter in Ellwangen / Germany, FNT's innovative software suite FNT Command is used worldwide as an OSS / IT management application for communications service providers, enterprises and governmental organizations by more than 25.000 users since 1994.


    Very good IT skills due to completed vocation training in computer sciences or an equivalent qualification
    Experience in QA methodologies and good understanding of test principles, approaches and techniques
    Knowledge and understanding of Software Development and Quality Assurance processes and lifecycle
    Proven experience developing automated tests using automation frameworks (Selenium, Junit, RestEasy or similar)
    Scripting Skills in Java or other OOP programming languages
    Knowledge of code versioning systems
    Good knowledge of API testing and familiar with Agile frameworks
    Excellent communication skills
    Independent, structured and goal-oriented way of working
    Fluent in speaking and writing in English is required


    Identify the proper scenario in accordance with specification, define and maintain the test cases
    Test newly development software features and report bugs
    Identify scenarios that can be automated
    Develop and maintain automated tests scripts to ensure maximum coverage, quality and scalability
    Integrate tests into development flow ( CI/CD)
    Execute test cases (manual and automated) and analyze the results
    Contribute to the continued improvement of the QA test strategies and process
    Manage own assignments and schedule
    Operate on a wider range of activities with high level of autonomy