Senior Quality Assurance Engineer

Job description

The best job for you:

  • Develop a risc-based and continuous testing process for our micro services oriented systems
  • Coach junior and medior colleagues in growth of their testing skills
  • Be a test evangelist within our organisation
  • Work for a Dutch Saas scale up


Whe are ValueBlue

ValueBlue provides control over IT services in order to improve business processes. In an open culture, we work together as a team on one common goal: ensuring our customers gain insight into the coherence and simplification of IT environments.

We want to give organizations insight, allow them to look to the future, and make major contributions to ensure optimal business operations.

We are Quality Assurance

You will work with a nice mix of QA's, front end and back end developers from more than 7 different nationalities. We love working in an agile way and hope you do too. Because we are a small but growing QA team your work will have impact. 

You will work with like-minded colleagues who are up to date with the latest techniques (test automation, test-driven development, LSP testing, big data processing technologies). At QA we understand that the performance and user experience of our platform are the result of great collaboration across functional borders.

Your colleagues are creative and innovative with a growth mindset. A quality assurance engineer has a focus on the outcome and keep the value for the customer in mind.

Job requirements

Your strong points

 

  1. At least 5 years of experience as QA; You are comfortable with test automation and have some previous coding experience as well (big plus!)

  2. You’re fluent in C# and know how to work with .Net and HTML5 

  3. You have worked with tools and frameworks such as Azure DevOps, Specflow, Selenium, Cucumber  

  4. You’ve an IT related Bachelor or Master's degree (big plus if you obtained a TMap, ISTQB or similar certifications as well) 

  5. Experience with coaching team members

 

What is your Tech Stack? This is Ours: