About TTC

The Testing Consultancy (TTC) is a global specialist software testing company with a focus on helping organizations transform the way they deliver quality software. We have broad capabilities across a wide range of testing areas that enable our clients to increase the speed and quality of software development while reducing risk and cost.

Perks of working for TTC

  • Competitive Base Salary
  • Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits
  • 401K w/ company match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Work Life Balance
  • Relaxed Work Environment
  • Growth and Development Opportunities

Responsibilities

  • Assess and develop good understanding of customer’s manual and automated testing needs
  • Maintain hands-on involvement in test execution, test automation and risk coverage analysis
  • Review functional and non-functional requirements and specifications
  • Produce Test Artifacts such as Test Strategy, Test Plan, Test Cases and Test Metrics reports
  • Build and support automated testing frameworks based on various technologies
  • Deliver good quality work internally and at the customer site while meeting project deadlines
  • Maintain excellent relationships with key customer stakeholders and manage their expectations

Role Requirements

  • Capable of executing and completing assigned projects within the time, scope, and budget negotiated with the client
  • Skilled at evaluating existing processes and procedures and making recommendations for improvement; designing prototypes and proof of concepts that best fit client needs
  • Hands-on experience with test automation tools and frameworks
  • Excellent communication and customer- facing skills
  • Strong decision- making and problem- solving skills from both a business and systems perspective
  • Highly self-motivated and directed
  • Capable of effectively prioritizing and executing tasks in a high-pressure environment
  • Able to facilitate open discussion and construct debate
  • Experience working in Agile and traditional development environments
  • Experience with working /deploying in a Linux environment
  • Performance test planning, scripting and execution
  • Experience with Cucumber / Gherkin testing framework
  • Configuration and provisioning tools like Jenkins for CI testing
  • Experience testing with continuous integration in a high-volume production environment
  • AWS experience (Cloud Formation, resource provisioning and management)

Technical Skills

  • Experience in automated testing with one or more automation tools; Tosca preferred
  • Hands-on technical expertise in programming, development tools and methodologies and system protocols
  • Understanding of database concepts and good knowledge of SQL
  • Familiarity with API testing (SOAP and/or REST) and UI testing
  • Experience in business requirements analysis and test case design using Test Case management tools: ALM, TFS, JIRA plug-ins, etc.
  • Ability to document defects and track them to resolution using defect management tools: JIRA, Quality Center, TFS, etc.
  • Experience with programming languages
  • Relational Databases (MySQL, Postgres)
  • RESTful web service design

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer science, Engineering or related fields 
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Software Development and/or Quality Assurance

Travel Requirements

  • 25%-50% Travel may be required

If your experience or qualifications is similar to our ideal of a successful candidate, please consider applying. Experience comes in many ways; skills may be transferred, but passion for your career can't be substituted. At TTC, we understand the importance of diversity and how much value it brings to the table. Diversity brings about creativity and new perspectives, which is why we beckon everyone to apply. 

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