Specialist I

He/She will be responsible for :

  • understanding TUCIBIL Applications for allverticals
  • Be a valuable team member involved inthe testing of the Bureau Applications, BAU change management releases.
  • Ideate and suggest improvements in theSoftware, based on testing results and to enhance user experience
  • Design, test plan, test cases, testdata, execution & reporting.
  • Process for testing and releasemanagement
  • Project tracking for product leveltesting.
  • Any other responsibility assigned by the Line Manager/Vertical Head

Skills & experience

BE/B.Sc. with computer Diploma

4-6 years' experience exclusively testing IT systems, including at least2 years' experience testing Financial IT Applications (preferably credit card,auto loan, home loan etc)

  • Ability to independently design test plans, test cases , test data, test results
  • Proficiency it executing functional, integration, regression and user acceptance tests
  • Hands-on experience in Unix/Linux
  • Hands-on experience with SQL queries on Oracle /Informix and Postgres SQL
  • Use of Test automation tools - RFT/Silk, QTP, Load runner. Prior experience with any Banking Financial Application systems is an added advantage
  • Software testing certifications such as CSTE, CSQA etc. will be an added advantage
  • Hands on HP ALM tool will be added advantage.
  • Experience in doing testing of similar software projects
  • Strong verbal communication skills; being able to articulate well
  • Demonstrated ability to understand unique requirements and help implement them
  • Collaborative and positive in approach

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