Position : Business Test Manager - External Consultant
Office : Geneva
Start date :
Working hours : 100%
Field : GSS - Group Security & Data Governance
Define, establish and document a full process to suppor user acceptance testing.
The biggest challenge will be to reinforce the User testing with an important collaboration with IT.
Design, document, implement and continuously improve business test management processes expected to support and address user acceptance testing.
Design and build a full business regression testing framework expected to be used across bank releases.
Create awareness and drive adoption to business testing processes and standards.
Closely work with the IT department and business change management teams to understand the future pipeline in terms of testing.
Mobilize and ensure business testing resources availability and commitment to participate to the user acceptance testing phases driven by the bank releases.
Collaborate with the IT department and business change management teams to ensure that the overall testing process is aligned with standards and expectations.
Participate – if necessary – to the defect management review conducted by IT test leads to ensure alignment and priority.
Organize and coordinate release’s sign-off from a business perspective based on testing results and defined acceptance criteria.
At least 5-years' experience in a similar role in private banking
Education and Language skills:
Fluent in English and in French
Swiss residence: optional
Recruiting Agencies are not required for this role.
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This online recruitment system (hereinafter, ‘e-Recruitment Portal’ or ‘Portal’) is used by the Geneva headquarters of Union Bancaire Privée, UBP SA (hereinafter, ‘UBP’) in accordance with Swiss law, in particular with regard to data protection, and with the principles below. The e-Recruitment Portal allows any person (hereinafter, ‘Applicant’), excluding recruitment consultants and headhunters, to submit either an application for a vacancy listed on the Portal or an unsolicited application.
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