Software Tester - Structural Timber Engineering job in Paris, Île-de-France

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Job Title: Software Tester - Structural Timber Engineering
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Paris, Île-de-France
Salary: £31626 - £47891/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Construction
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Software Tester - Structural Timber Engineering
Paris
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English and French Bi Lingual required.

Summary

Based in Paris the successful Software Tester will have experience of Structural Timber Engineering. This timber engineering experience will enable you to control the release product's quality by verifying that the software performs as expected, to an acceptable level of confidence, before shipping to customer. This cannot be assured simply by running lots of tests at the end of a development cycle. You will maximise quality assurance through liaising with a various stakeholders from various departments working together throughout the development process, helping to foster an environment where quality can thrive.
You will have a solid understanding of the software being tested and an appreciation of the timber engineering end user requirements, and will be involved in new projects from the outset to ensure resulting functionality is testable and meets corporate quality standards. As Software Tester you will be committed to driving out quality issues. This commitment will enable you to execute testing consistently in every release cycle - a crucial attribute to control quality from one release to the next.

You will need to be analytical and tenacious, with good investigative skills. Ideally you will be technically minded with the skills necessary to progress test automation.

Duties and Responsibilities

Verify software function through software testing in a consistent manner.
Determine appropriate resources required to test a single feature, bug fix, a set of software changes or a product release and document reusable tests in the form of test cases.
Review test plans and activities to ensure the resource applied is commensurate with the impact on quality.
Ensure a good working knowledge of the software modules being tested and the tools used in-house to perform Test Case Management, Defect Management, Testing and Automated Testing.
Review defects to be implemented, determine how they should be tested.
Carry out various forms of testing including but not limited to: production testing; accuracy testing; performance testing; regression testing and functional testing.
Participate in requirements reviews.
Collaborate with Developers and Product Managers to ensure that solutions are testable and meet corporate quality standards.
Look for patterns in defects and requests. Instigate appropriate action to address those patterns effectively
Strive to develop increasingly efficient and effective methods to meet quality objectives.
This job may have supervisory responsibilities.
About you

Degree qualified in Engineering or equivalent alternatively 3-5 years experience.
Strong knowledge of construction industry ideally roofing, timber frame or timber floors.
Advantageous softwares include Roofcon / Trusscom, Mitek 20/20, Alpine View and Wolf Truss, AutoCAD, Solidworks, WoodEngine, HSBCad or Consultec.
Language Skills - You will have the ability to write in English and French to effectively present information, it would be Advantageous if you could also speak one of the following Polish, Swedish, German, Finnish, Russian, or Czech.
What's in it for you?

Salary upto 53k euros depending upon experience
Pension scheme employer contribution to 6%
Flexible working pattern (core hours 10:00-16:00)
25 days paid holidays + bank holidays
Death in service insurance
Sounds good to me! Interested? then click apply or for more information call Paul on (phone number removed)

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