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Manual QA (middle and junior)

Development Team

Mobilunity is looking for 2 Manual QA (middle and junior) who has experience in testing web and mobile applications.

 

Requirements:

  • Intermediate/Upper Intermediate English
  • 2+ years of experience in Web applications/services manual testing (mobile testing experience will be an
    advantage)
  • Knowledge of testing methodologies and documentation types (test plan, test cases, bug tracking systems)
  • Writing test documentation
  • Experience with: Git, macOS/Linux, terminal, Redmine is nice to have
  • Knowledge of SQL as well as HTML, CSS, XML, JSON on solid level is essential
  • Knowledge of the principles of good requirements, the basics of working with databases, knowledge of client-
    server architecture
  • Clear understanding of SDLC and STLC
  • Experience in API testing
  • Automation testing knowledge/experience as an advantage

We offer:

  • Being a part of Mobilunity team, working in friendly and supportive environment
  • Paid tutoring
  • No dress code
  • Billiards and table soccer room
  • Equipped smoking area in the office balcony
  • Financial stability, payments without any delays
  • Competitive compensation
  • Support in professional development
  • Individual career path
  • Paid vacation, paid sick leave
  • Comfortable office in the center of the city

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