Creativity of a startup. Cash flow of an enterprise. We build and sell our own CPQ software for Fortune 500 companies. Bright minds are always welcome here!
Your day will start from checking and prioritizing incoming information about tests required for your projects. You will then catch up with your team in person or online in a daily SCRUM meeting. You will clarify what you will work on and whose input you will need for what.
Your workday will consist of scheduling tests by priority, working with Business Analyst on the best test logic and process for planned tests, executing planned tests, occasionally adjusting test schedule to include new high-priority tests, documenting and communicating your test results and improvement suggestions to developers.
You will generally not be in a chaotic frenzy of conflicting requests to click here, press there, write this script, document that bug. The work will be dynamic in that you will work and communicate with a team of different people in Europe and America who will ask questions and have different requests. However, it will be a matter of prioritizing and deprioritizing work daily in a clear, transparent manner that makes everyone's life easier, not a matter of putting out fires every other hour.
Quality Assurance is its own worldview. A good QA Engineer sees the world in detail: "the product specification is up to 203grams, but not equal to 203 grams" or "the menu lets you select 'red' but does not let you specify what kind of 'red', meanwhile there are 7 shades of 'red' in the database.
If you think you could be a great fit for our team, then don’t hesitate and apply for the position right now