Our manual testers are true detectives from the bug investigation department, and we want to find another one such colleague.
Performs manual testing of our web applications and keeps support documentation. There is nothing surprising about the responsibilities, but they are involved in surprisingly interesting projects.
Our tester has at least two years of relevant web experience. He or she understands the basics of web development and the software development cycle, as well as familiar with the concepts, terms, and definitions of manual testing. Creates and executes comprehensive test plans. Works with task tracking systems. And last but not least: has English level sufficient to describe tasks.
Since we are a distributed team, it is important for us to be self-organized, follow processes, and not be afraid to make decisions on our own. We ourselves plan our schedule from 6 hours a day and use it as productively as possible to deal with cool projects, grow professionally, and have time to rest not only on paid vacation.
We also work together to improve internal processes. We improve English, write articles, read books, take courses, and attend conferences. We celebrate the holidays and travel together (note: adjusted for the pandemic).
To get acquainted, write about your experience and professional achievements to [email protected]. You can also write about your hobbies right away, share interesting information, or tell a funny story.
Let's see what trends the world of web development will be influenced by in the next year, and what this will bring to various areas of business.