Tekla’s Building & Construction business area develops Tekla Structures, a 3D modeling software for the building and construction industries.
We are looking for a software tester with a strong background in testing 3D modeling software, CAD software or Windows applications OR an engineer from the building and construction industry into Tekla B&C’s Quality Assurance team in Tekla Espoo
Your main responsibilities will include:
- Manual testing of our main software product Tekla Structures and other Tekla B&C products during different testing phases
- Taking the testing ownership of a feature area and acting as the responsible manual tester in that area
- Participating in new feature development teams as a tester
- Writing new test cases for different testing purposes
- Maintaining existing test cases and participating in test coverage improvement
- Working in close cooperation with test automation specialists, test project management and product development
We expect that you have:
- A desire to work towards better software quality
- A desire to become an expert in testing our BIM products
- The ability to take initiative, and a systematic and independent way of working
- Fluent skills in written and spoken English
We offer you an interesting and challenging position in an international and successful software company. You will be working in a professional, open and innovative atmosphere with colleagues that share the passion for developing the world’s leading 3D modeling software. Tekla is leading the building industry towards a new way of working. Change the world with us!
More information before August 29 from Henry Mäkinen, Manager, Product Packages, email@example.com or during August 29 - 30 from Niina Jaatinen, Manager, QA team, tel. +358 40 706 9474.
Please send your application and resume with salary request to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, latest by 2.9.2013.
Tekla drives the evolution of digital information models and provides competitive advantage to the construction and infrastructure industry. Tekla has customers in more than 100 countries, offices in 15 countries and a worldwide partner network. Tekla currently employs over 500 people, of whom about 300 work in the headquarters in Finland. Tekla was established in 1966, and is one of the longest-operating Finnish software companies. Tekla became part of the American technology company Trimble Navigation Ltd in 2011. www.tekla.com