Software Quality Specialist (core)

Office: Tunis

Experience: 2-3 years

What to expect from this position  

You will be included in our Fashion area, in the Software Factory Quality team. You will test and validate the Standard implementations of Stealth® the Fashion Platform, ensuring a high degree of quality and reliability of the software, with manual and automated methodologies. You will continuously contribute to the improvement of the product and business processes by interfacing with the other teams in the company involved in the developments. You will take care of the creation of Release Notes and any supporting documentation.

Qualifications and skills required

  • Ability to define test plans based on functional analysis and technical specifications provided;
  • Basic knowledge of SQL (such as querying and updating data);
  • Good knowledge of Jira;
  • Good knowledge of Office package (Excel, Word, Power Point);
  • Knowledge of Italian B2 equivalent or higher;
  • Knowledge of English B1 or higher;
  • Appreciated knowledge of the typical management processes of a company in the fashion/retail sector.

The soft skill that we consider important

We are looking for an attentive, determined and result-oriented person. The ideal candidate pays attention to details, but also knows how to have an overview from multiple perspectives. Team collaboration and knowing how to interface with other roles within a structured company complete the ideal profile.

Why work with us

What we do, our offering of solutions, technologies and services, is of course important; it is where our business is played out. But equally important is how we do it: creatively weaving and integrating experience and expertise is at the heart of our business. This is a cornerstone for us, summed up in the motto 'Powered By Dedagroup People'. The foundation of our excellence is undoubtedly our people. This is why we invest in their constant training: in 2021 this vision of growth took the form of more than 75 thousand hours of technical, language and leadership training and 59 new professional certifications, bringing the total tally at Group level to more than 1,700 certifications. Targeted on-the-job training courses will accompany individual professional growth.

Location: Tunis, 11 (Tunisia)

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We hereby inform you that, pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679, your Personal Data will be processed by the subsidiaries of the Dedagroup group (i.e., Dedagroup S.p.A., Dedagroup Stealth S.p.A., Dedagroup Business Solutions S.r.l., Dedagroup Public Services S.r.l., Deda Cloud S.r.l., Derga Consulting S.p.A., Deda Digital S.r.l., Deda Value S.r.l., ORS S.r.l., Dexit S.r.l., and Astadia S.r.l.), in their capacity as data controllers (each company, hereinafter, will also be defined, in short form, as "Data Controller" or "DEDAGROUP"). Each of the companies of the Dedagroup group is an independent data controller and is responsible for the acquisition, use, transmission, storage and protection of personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy and current legislation (Regulation (EU) 679 of 27 April 2016, General Data Protection Regulation, "GDPR"). , In carrying out its selection activities, DEDAGROUP has appointed ALLIANCE SOFTWARE S.R.L., with registered office in Milan, Via V. Inama 17/A - 20133, as Data Processor, pursuant to Article 28 of GDPR.DEDAGROUP has also appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) who can be contacted at: 


The personal data provided by the candidate will be subject to digital and/or printed, automated and/or manual processing, for the purpose of carrying out the procedures for the selection, appraisal and employment in our company and/or in companies belonging to the DEDAGROUP group.The provision of personal data is not mandatory, but refusal to provide such data will make it impossible to assess the profile and manage the relationship with the candidate, and hence will prevent the candidate from being employed in our workforce. 


DEDAGROUP S.P.A. collects the candidate’s personal data, including:

Identification data: The minimum data required to identify the candidate is collected, including: surname, first name, gender, date of birth, email address. Specifically, this last item of information is requested during registration or to notify information to the candidate. DEDAGROUP is not able to decrypt or access this password in plaintext. Candidates can reset the password themselves. 

Residence/Domicile (only if different from residence): Reference to the candidate's current position is required, so that an efficient assessment can be made of which solution (in terms of location and/or travel) might be preferred.

Educational status and skills/Work experience: The curricular information relating to the last qualification obtained, the foreign languages known and any work experience completed provide an initial overview of the candidate’s level of preparation and experience, which is described in more detail in the Curriculum Vitae. 

Other information: DEDAGROUP may also process sensitive data categories, such as information revealing membership of protected categories, in order to assess professional aptitude and to the extent that the acquisition of such information is necessary for the establishment of the employment relationship, applying all the provisions provided for by law in support of the worker's right. 


The data collected may be used for selections opened by other companies of the DEDAGROUP Group and will not be subject to further communication or dissemination to third parties, without the explicit consent of the candidate. These third parties may be universities, management schools and other institutes for the performance of scientific and educational information activities, as well as employment agencies, specialised in the selection and training of personnel. DEDAGROUP does not intend to transfer personal data processed for the purposes set out in this statement to a third country or to an International Organization. 


DEDAGROUP takes the security of its candidates' data seriously. DEDAGROUP will process personal data by adopting appropriate security measures, prepared on the basis of a risk assessment (carried out pursuant to Article 32 of the GDPR). DEDAGROUP has also adopted internal regulations and procedures with the aim of protecting personal and corporate data and guaranteeing its confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience. 


DEDAGROUP will keep the data provided by the candidate for the time strictly necessary for the purpose or thereafter, as long as search and selection interests remain, and in any case no later than two years from when it is sent or from the last contact. 


By writing to the address, candidates, as a data subject, may at any time exercise their rights in respect of the Data Controller, pursuant to Articles 15 et seq. of the GDPR, summarised below:

  • Obtain confirmation of whether personal data concerning them exists or not and communication of the data in an intelligible form;
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