QA Engineer (Israel)

Waterfall is seeking an enthusiastic, collaborative and highly motivated QA engineer. We are looking for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and welcomes new challenges every day.

In this position, you will test a security system that includes various Networking Protocols.

The job entails of the system installation, as well as design, document and conducts the QA tests as part of the QA team.


  • Developing and implementing manual test plans for complex, mission-critical security systems
  • Working closely with the development team to define areas of testing
  • Producing reports detailing the results of test execution.
  • Identify, record, document thoroughly and track bugs
  • Perform thorough regression testing when bugs are resolved
  • Develop and apply testing processes for new and existing products to meet client needs
  • Design, develop and execute automation scripts



  • Proven work experience in software QA, preferably to Networking/Security testing – At least 3 years
  • Strong knowledge of software QA methodologies, tools, and processes – At least 3 years
  • Experience in writing clear, concise and comprehensive test plans – Must
  • Hands-on experience with functional and system testing – Must
  • Linux and Windows at advance/expert level – Must
  • Networking basic knowledge with protocols like TCP/IP, HTTP, etc.– Must
  • ISTQB or CCNA certification – Advantage.
  • Security knowledge – Advantage
  • Knowledge of SQL/ORACLE and scripting – Advantage
  • BS degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related subject – Advantage


Location: Rosh-Haayin


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