Manual Tester

Company Description

IDS Next is a dynamic company that develops, delivers, and supports cloud, on-premise, and hybrid enterprise hotel technology solutions to hoteliers worldwide. We provide our premium solutions to hoteliers across all market segments, from single-property hotels to chain and group hotels. With more than thirty years of experience, IDS supports over 5,000 clients in over 120 hotels chains across 45 countries.

JOB POSITION: Manual Tester

JOB LOCATION: Sri Lanka

JOB DESCRIPTION:

We are seeking skilled and dedicated manual testers with more than three years of experience in the field. Candidates should be able to effectively troubleshoot and fix defects regularly while ensuring compliance with all standards.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analyse and clarify requirements with a business analyst
  • Plan the process of testing
  • Conduct functional testing
  • Identify problem areas and add them to a tracking system
  • Discuss fixes with developers
  • Track the life cycle of errors
  • Re-test fixed defects
  • Maintain the test documentation
  • Analyse the requirements and specifications for software
  • Create tests and add information to the appropriate testing tool
  • Perform tests at all levels and share the updates with the stakeholders
  • Work closely with QA lead to clarify/understand functionalities and resolve issues
  • Involve and help other QA team members in their User Stories and Bugs
  • Prepare a daily/weekly progress report for the manager

REQUIREMENTS:

  • More than three years’ experience in functional and manual testing, and API testing
  • BSC/BE/MS in computer science or MCA
  • Knowledge of databases will be an added advantage
  • Expertise in functional testing/Black box testing
  • Experience in writing test cases, test scenarios, test plans, and test data generation
  • Excellent knowledge of manual testing and its aspects
  • Good communication skills

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