Our client has more than 70 businesses worldwide spanning ecommerce, digital content, communications and Fintech, bringing together more than 1.2 billion members across the world. They have a diversified workforce made up of talented employees from more than 70 countries and regions.
The company is now looking for a QA Engineer who supports Commerce service B2B2C, B2B, B2C, C2C, O2O, SCM products and so on. You will be responsible for ensuring the team and deliverables and output quality to drive trust and safety concept for each service.
‐ Responsible for leading QA team and managing project/service as QA role in software development project and production service operation.
‐ Identify Kaizen (improvement) areas for the team and across other teams/functions. Drive Kaizen culture within the team members.
‐ Communicate with other group members and managers for sharing and discussing QA strategy, planning and issues.
‐ Responsible for reviewing overall QA planning, monitoring project progress, helping identify risks and providing improvement suggestions.
‐ Ensure that all QA deliverables reasonably meet quality standards and criteria defined by QA team.
‐ Ensure that the team provides high visibility of the project status, issues and best practices.
‐ Ensure the service quality management for production service.
‐ Create metrics for analyzing overall QA projects and cost.
‐ Minimum 3-5 years of quality management role in software development lifecycle
‐ Minimum 1 year of project management role, ideally as a QA Lead in IT related fields
‐ Experience of developing a test strategy, test plan and test schedule
‐ Experience of initiating and implementing improvement actions for team development
‐ Proactively involves others in order to solve problems or improve the situation (should not be shy or introvert)
‐ Always curious about various issues/items. Have passion to learn continuously in a fast-moving environment
‐ Must be able to communicate effectively with various functions as well as own QA team members
‐ Willing to tackle new challenges and drive improvements, NOT satisfied with the status quo and routine work
‐ A good team-worker. Promote team-working culture within and outside of the team
‐ Must be well organized and capable of driving multiple issues with several different vendors to successful resolution