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Here I have shared Top 4 Software Tester Job vacancies from Top MNCs, Please make use of it and also share with your buddies.

FIS Hiring Functional Tester:

Technical requirements:
Essential:

UNIX (User level), SQL, Testing ability, Office software, Shell scripting.Desirable
Perl, C, Informix, XML, J2EE, Websphere (deployment), Mastercard/Visa/card payments knowledge, Software development lifecycle


TCS Hiring Software Testers:

Education : Any Graduate / Post Graduate
Shifts : Flexible in any shifts  
 Job Function:  IT INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES
Role: Analyst
Job Id: 118845
Desired Skills
Manual Testing | Selenium


Amazon Hiring Software Test Engineer:

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related technical field
4+ years of experience in software development and testing in Java, C++ or C#
Computer Science fundamentals in data structures, algorithms, and complexity analysis
Experience building and designing test cases including knowledge of test methodologies


Accenture Hiring Functional Test Engineer:

ROLE: Manual Tester
ROLE DESCRIPTION:

Provide expertise in the planning, constructing and execution of test scripts.
Apply business and functional knowledge including testing standards, guidelines, and testing methodology to meet the teams overall test objectives.
Ensure all testing results are easily accessible and understandable.
Track defects to closure and keep defect repository up-to-date.
MUST HAVE SKILLS: Functional Test Planning-Preparation-Execution,Testing for Agile,life insurance.
GOOD TO HAVE SKILLS:

Life Insurance background
Basic C++ & Java Knowledge can be additional Benefit for Project



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