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QA Engineer (Manual)

WM Reply

Full-time

Hybrid

Manchester, United Kingdom

WM Reply are a global award-winning Microsoft consultancy. We work with the biggest names across all industries from Dyson to Sky and the Co-op Group. Our mission is to empower people to achieve more through technology. Specifically, we focus on Microsoft 365 and improving the employee experience through tools like Teams, Power Platform and SharePoint.

WM are part of the 9,000 strong Reply group with offices in London (HQ), Chester, Manchester, Milan, Frankfurt, Kraków, Chicago, and Auckland. Across all locations we believe WM has a very special culture – one that treasures the unique, breeds entrepreneurship and celebrates the geek.

We are looking for a Manual QA engineer to work on our projects which are focused on the solutions designed in SharePoint, Microsoft 365 & Power Platform.

Please note that this role will require candidates to be SC Cleared/Clearable 

Job requirements

What’s needed?

Demonstrable experience in manual testing methodologies, test plan development, and execution;

  • Strong analytical skills to understand complex business requirements and the ability to translate them into test cases;
  • Experience in creation test documentation (test-cases, check-lists, bug-reports);
  • Deep gained in practice understanding of client-server architecture
  • Experience manually cross-browser/cross-platform testing of complex web applications using Dev Tools;
  • Experience in API testing (Postman / Swagger / SoapUI, Fiddler, Charles)
  • Experience with task-management systems (Jira / Azure DevOps / Click-up / etc.);
  • Eligible for SC Clearance.
  • A minimum 2:1 degree in an ICT based subject.

Nice to have:

  • Power User experience with M365 ecosystem
  • Experience with BDD and user stories as requirements
  • Experience with mobile testing
  • Experience of work with Git, GitHub/GitLab, Azure DevOps
  • Understanding of HTTP, HTML, CSS, XML
  • Any experience programming in JavaScript or TypeScript or C#;