We are searching for a QA engineer to test our payment system. You will be checking its performance and interactions with partners, as well as helping the support and development teams. We are offering work in a large-scale, complex project with an experienced team. This is a great opportunity for professional and career development.
Manually testing bugs and hotfixes
Writing test cases and searching for possible errors in the system
Working together with the second line of technical support and the development team
We are proponents of small, cross-functional teams: developers, analysts, system administrators, testers and autotesters
To organise work we use Scrum, Kanban, TDD, DevOps, Code review
We undertake self-testing, stress tests, security tests and microservice architecture as part of our work.
At least 2 years' work experience in testing web software
Understanding software development principles
Use of Agile methodology in work and a good understanding of the main features and principles of these methodologies
Development of test cases and lists of requirements
Work experience SQL
Diligence and responsibility for carrying out the full amount of tasks
Attention to detail, so as to not have to re-do tasks
Ability to multitask and to work with several “streams” of information
Official registration per the Labour Code
Competitive salary based on the market and your skills
Convenient work schedule, freedom to choose when to start the working day
Work in a major international company
No dress code
Tea, coffee and snacks in the kitchen
Great professional team
Fun corporate events
Many interesting tasks
Relocation programme for candidates from other cities
Private medical insurance after the probationary period
On the February 11, 2020 ePayments Systems Limited (‘ePayments’) agreed with the Financial Conduct Authority (‘FCA’) to suspend all activity on its customer accounts. This decision was taken following a review, by the FCA, of ePayments anti-money laundering systems and controls, which identified weakness that required remediation.
We know this will be a very frustrating time for our customers. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and are working tirelessly to ensure improvements are made and accounts can be reactivated as soon as possible. During this improvement process, we want to assure customers that their funds are being safeguarded as normal. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.