Junior Manual QA Tester (f/m/div)

Job description

About Penta

At Penta we're on a mission to simplify business banking, allowing business owners to focus on the things they really love. They can open a bank account online in minutes, get debit cards for employees, send affordable foreign transfers and easily integrate their accounting solution into Penta. More than 7.500 businesses use Penta today and we are growing quickly.

  

We are looking for a QA tester to join our marketing team. In this role, you will work on managing our Wordpress-based website.

 

About your new role

  • You will work with our marketing team to test and troubleshoot the website and our other portals
  • You will need to create the testing process for the website
  • You will own the QA documentation process for the website

Requirements

What we expect from you

  • Basic understanding of agile methodologies

  • Basic understanding of web services (bonus if previously worked with any of the tools such as Postman, soapUI etc.)

  • Proactive approach on a daily basis 

  • Understanding of the testing life cycle (ISTQB Foundation Level certification would be a plus) 

  • Familiarity with JIRA and test management tools (TestRail, TestLink, Xray etc.)

  • You have strong writing and communication skills 

  • You speak fluent English

  • You are diligent and very attentive to details

  • You are hungry to learn and grow professionally

  • Ability to create and maintain existing documentation

 

What you can expect from us

  • A great development challenge with a high degree of independence

  • The ability to impact the way banking changes for SMEs in Europe

  • Working with a great team in our amazing office in Belgrade, including free drinks, healthy snacks, and other employer benefits

  • A strong network of companies and experts as part of the Finleap family, Europe's No.1 fintech ecosystem

  • A choice of a premium Mac/Windows laptop with all necessary accessories

  • Occasional business travel to Berlin/Milan

  • Personal learning budget