Quality Assurance Lead

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Quality Assurance Lead


Quality Assurance Lead (2 Positions)
dfcu Bank is a fast-growing Bank in Uganda offering a wide range of financial solutions to its chosen market segments. We are seeking to recruit for the respective vacant positions of Quality Assurance Lead in the Change and Innovation Domain (CCIO).

REPORTING TO: Program Controller

JOB PURPOSE: Reporting to the Program Controller, the role holder will be to coordinate and manage User Acceptance Tests and project quality assurance to ensure that the outputs are fit for purpose.



Prepare test plans, test scenarios and cases in liaison with key stakeholders to comprehensively review the quality of the solutions to be released.
Prepare, defect, bug, and issue tracking reports to follow up with the respective project team members for resolution within agreed timelines.


University degree in Computer Science, Business Computing, Computer Engineering, Information Technology/Systems, or related field.
Certifications in Software Quality Assurance.
Certifications in Project Management is an added advantage.
3 years working experience, one of which should be in this role.

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