Requirements & QA consultant | USHR
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About Blastic

Today’s world is abound with possibilities, customer-driven, fast-paced and highly connected. To stand out and reach (potential) customers in a digital way, we believe it’s key to provide each individual – through their preferred digital channel - attractive content that is relevant to him or her at every step in the customer journey. If done right, a personalized approach cuts out the noise, gains trust and draws attention to your specific products and services.

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Meet Izzy!

Nathalie Requirements & QA consultant

Communication is key in projects, and it all starts with a good definition. What will be built and what can our customers expect? These are our two first questions when we release a project or new functionalities.

Before releasing new features, the developments by our technical team always receive an extra quality check, based on those expectations.

That’s why I am involved in all phases of the project. I organize workshops with clients about their requirements and describe user stories in an understandable language for both our clients and our technical team. The most important part is the agreement on acceptance criteria that will be the baseline for the test cases and acceptance when we release a functionality. What is the definition of done?

During the development sprints I participate in stand-up meetings to make sure everyone is on the same page. In parallel, I write test cases starting from the perspective of the end users as well as the administrator role or other roles that might be involved in the project. Also, front end test cases are described to check that the functionality is perfect whether it be mobile or desktop or every other possible device.

During the test phase I perform tests to check the working functionalities. Every issue found is described in detail with clear steps to reproduce them. For regression testing I use automated testing tools to make my job easier. This helps me to test all functionalities when a release is done on production to check whether all features are working as they should be.

That’s what my first question to you will be: which tools do you use to organize your user stories and to do testing?

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What drives me in my job?

  • Analyze business problems and describing a functional requirement
  • Clear requirements, everyone on the same page
  • Finding bugs in very specific yet realistic situations from end-user perspective
  • Automating my job for better ROI
  • Challenging the team to increase the quality

I'm turned off by

  • Obvious bugs
  • Bad user experience
  • Lack of ownership

My skills

Selenium
JIRA
Azure DevOps
Snaptest
Wireframing tools

Motivators

  • Team spirit
Nathalie
I’m looking
for a colleague

Role

Requiremens and QA

Experience

3-5 jaar

Location

Kontich Or Ghent + client meetings

Language

Dutch & English

Pay

2500 – 3500 euro monthly + package (insurance, car & fuel card, …)
Blastic logo

About Blastic

Today’s world is abound with possibilities, customer-driven, fast-paced and highly connected. To stand out and reach (potential) customers in a digital way, we believe it’s key to provide each individual – through their preferred digital channel - attractive content that is relevant to him or her at every step in the customer journey. If done right, a personalized approach cuts out the noise, gains trust and draws attention to your specific products and services.

interested in this silhouette?
Meet Izzy!

Our values

Technology

Driven by technology

Accountability

Tell us, if you believe we dropped a beat

Transparancy

We do what we say & say what we do

Meet Izzy

Does the above sound interesting to you? Perfect! We’d love to hear from you. After a chat with your personal Usher Izzy, you’ll meet Nathalie soon to discuss your own Requirements & QA Consultant position. Fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you soon.

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