Software QA Trainee

IT Services
  • IT Services
  • Gurugram

Bijak

We are seeking an experienced Software Quality Assurance Trainee with an unwavering passion for excellence in System Software Quality Engineering and the proven skills and experience to transform that passion into continuous improvement and consistent excellence in release validation.

Requirements

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science, or related field. Any courses/ training on testing would be handy.
  • Should have professional experience for 0-1 year in testing with good academic records, 75% and above or fresh grads with excellent academic record with completion of professional test course / certifications
  • Good attitude and should be a quick learner
  • Open to adapt and quickly learn and work on the technologies/ processes which are in place
  • Should be able to understand and execute the regression test cases.
  • Should be able to understand and run the automation test suites
  • Good team player and assist peers
  • Should be able to Learn the Dev and QE processes
  • Should be able to adapt to agile methodology

To apply for this job please visit bijak.hire.trakstar.com.

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