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Manual QA Engineer

PayPay Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • 💴 ¥6M ~ ¥9M annually
  • 🏡 Fully remote
  • 🧪 5+ years experience required
  • 💬 No Japanese required
  • 🌏 Apply from abroad
  • 🧳 Relocate to Japan

About PayPay

PayPay Minato-ku, Tokyo

With over 55 million registered users (as of February 2023), PayPay is the country’s most popular mobile wallet. Half of all of Japan's smartphone users are using it, and more than 2 billion payments made per year.

Key benefits

  • International engineering team
  • Japanese lessons on company time
  • Incredible scale

About the position

Responsibilities

  • Execute Functional and Non-Functional tests. Collect and organize test results for reporting to QA managers.
  • Prepare test data, tools, and environment needed for test execution.
  • Report found defects, track status of reported defects, and verify fixes.
  • Design, create and review test cases based on specifications by closely collaborating with QA managers. Maintain and update test cases.
  • Serve as SME (Subject Matter Expert) in responsible areas. Develop and provide domain knowledge to support QA testers and QA managers
  • Provide test execution support and advice to QA engineers in the team. Also provide trainings and instructions to newcomers.
  • Develop and maintain knowledge base for test executions. Update the guidelines of testing processes, working with QA managers.

Requirements

  • At least 5 years of QA Engineer or QA Leader experience.
  • Ability to understand and analyze technical specifications. Experience in designing and creating test cases.
  • Strong knowledge of QA methodology and QA tools, such as ALM, TestRail, TestLink, QASymphony, etc
  • Familiar with test automation process and tools, such as Selenium, UFT, Load Runner, etc.
  • Strong organizational and problem solving skills with attention to detail, Self-driven and proactive, team worker, open-minded, good communication style

Nice to haves

While not specifically required, tell us if you have any of the following.

  • Experience in testing mobile applications (Android and iOS).
  • Experience in using JIRA and Confluence.
  • ISTQB or equivalent certificate
  • Experience in working under a fast-paced development environment in IT/Web industry (experience of Agile development is a plus).
  • Experience in developing the standardization of QA process and methodology, and/or proposing improvement in QA processes
  • Experience in proposing and introducing new QA tools in the test process.
  • Experience in carrying out projects by collaborating with other teams and external vendor partners.
  • Experience in the development or QA of systems in the financial and/or payment sector.

Compensation

6 to 9 million JPY annually.

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