Full-Time Software Test Analyst – Val Nav
Energy Navigator, is a software development and services firm based in Calgary.
Our two flagship products are Val Nav and AFE Nav. These programs provide efficient control and accountability for reserves evaluation, production/cash flow forecasting, and capital cost management, assisting users in performing their jobs with speed and accuracy. Over 200 companies and more than 2,000 business people are using these software packages.
You will collaborate with developers, engineers, and business analysts to maintain the high standard of quality our clients have come to expect.
Work closely with an integrated Scrum team. Each sprint you will develop and execute test strategies and test cases, and provide time estimates and feedback on accomplishing your goals.
An understanding of software quality assurance principles and software development life cycle
Excellent math and communication (verbal and written) skills are critical
Passion for solving problems and the ability to describe them
Knowledge of SQL (Oracle or MSQL) and ability to write simple queries
A basic understanding of import/export files and XML
Experience abstracting test cases and test data from User Stories and Requirements
The courage to learn, ask questions, investigate, and ask for help
A desire to work in a fast-paced, Agile software development team
Experience with oil and gas evaluation: Forecasting, Economic Analysis, Reporting, Reserve Management, Budgeting, Risk Analysis
Familiarity with Microsoft Test Manager and Team Foundation Server or similar tools
Experience using database management tools, such as TOAD or SQL Server Management Tool
Experience working in an Agile/Scrum environment
1-3 years experience, recent graduates considered
At Energy Navigator Inc. our vision is to be recognized as the leading provider of innovative corporate solutions for the Oil & Gas Industry.
Looking for a place where you can make a difference? A place where you can collaborate with some of the brightest minds in the industry? If so, consider Energy Navigator.