Tester - Bill IT

Last application date:

2020-01-05

At Tre we believe that life will be more fun if you experience it with others. Therefore, we work every day to make it easier for our 2 million customers to share their experiences, opinions and feelings with others. At Tre, we set people free. We are convinced that it is the culture of Tre that is the main ingredient of our success. Due to this we have been appointed one of Sweden's best workplaces. In 2018, we moved our business to a completely new house next to Globen in the south of Stockholm, where all of us at Tre will be given better opportunities to meet and interact. Welcome to Tre.

It’s tricky to describe Tre’s culture for someone who hasn’t experienced it yet. It’s fast, messy, beautiful, fun and passionate. Are you ready to join our company? We’re now looking for a Tester to our Bill-IT team, a part of IT Development!

The team is diverse and dynamic with many different roles and capabilities such as developers, testers, product owners and business analysts. You will work in the forefront of technology in close cooperation with developers. Your contributions will have impact on delivery, technical solutions and innovations for the latest mobile services in the market. As a part of the Bill-IT team you will work on improving and supporting our charging systems etc.

As a Tester you are very much involved in the daily work within our cross functional billing and charging team. You will work in an agile development team where you will perform manual system, automation and integration tests in a complex architecture as well as coordinating E2E test/integration testing including verification involving applications.  We code in Java and other platforms, tools and techniques we use are Git, Python and REST to mention a few.

Together in the team and in close partnership with our internal clients we are accountable for finding the best technical solution on the requirements in our prioritized backlog. We are committed to delivering the requirements that create most value, having the client and end-users in focus. As a part of the team you will contribute with your knowledge and in the team, there is no prestige – we like to help each other, and we often try new working areas outside our specific roles.

This is what you need to succeed

To succeed as a Tester in the Bill-IT team you need to have experience from agile development. We believe you have a wide knowledge and passion for API testing and testing in general (for both consumers and services). We believe you have technical skills for development of different test frameworks for API testing. You have probably been working with test for a few years and acquired knowledge about different test techniques and tools used for testing (API, web, etc) along the way.

Good communications skills are necessary since you will be working with many different people both inside the company and with our partners.

We highly value drive and curiosity and for this role, we believe you strong analytical skills! You are a team player who establishes contacts easily.

Does this sound like you? Do not hesitate to apply!

We offer you a company that’s passionate and value driven. We work in an open and transparent working environment with a way of working where development, involvement and engagement are core pillars. Over the last five years we have been placed as a top 10 employer by Great Place To Work and we look forward to taking our environment and work place to the next level in our new office next to Globen.

You can only apply through this ad and we will kick things off and interview continuously even before the application end date (5/1 2020) so please make sure to send in your application as soon as possible. Would there be any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Team Manager Per Axelsson at per.axelsson@tre.se.

We look forward to receiving and reading your application!

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