Validation Engineer – automation testing

Job description

As a Validation engineer in the Banking & Payments Service, you will contribute to fulfilling the market vision of Banks Services based on secure digital documents. The software you will validate is a solution compatible with all browsers and the most used desktop platforms in Digital Banking world.

Your responsibilities

• Work in a small team of developers, validator cooperate closely with the technical team leader on product delivery in the required time frame and quality.

• Validate a solution and add new tests based on the technical requirements.

• Develop and setup the automation tools/scripts (CI/CD) to support validation. 

• Execute manual tests and will work on the report. 

• Contribute to user documentation of your software.

• Analyze bugs and discuss it with Development team to find a solution.

Our requirements

• You must have previous experience in Validation/testing, knowledge of Java/Selenium and experience in test definition. 

• It would be preferred if you have in addition a good understanding in PKI infrastructure & Smart card knowledge. 

• You must be very good in English.

• We would like someone to join our team who is enthusiastic about software testing and computer security, who is a team-player, autonomous, and creative, able to learn, and has good communication skills. 

• We are looking for someone with at least 3 years of experience in SW testing.


• Flexible working hours

• Possibility to work as an employee or as a freelancer according to your priorities

• Home office

• Pension and Life insurance contribution

• Private healthcare

• Meal contribution directly to your account

• Cafeteria system/Multisport cards

• Up to 5 weeks of holiday depending on length of employment

• Technical and personal training

• Language courses

• Personal Event Bonus

• Loyalty presents

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