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Software Quality Assurance Tester

The QA Tester tests software activities geared for elementary school-aged children (Pre-K to 6th grade). The tester will be responsible to follow previously written test cases and compare the product to specifications written for each activity, write new test cases based on the specifications, write clear defects when problems are found, and write instructional information for other testers. The position oversees and executes manual and automated test cases, analyzes results, and assists in regression and feature testing. Candidates must be able to concentrate, stay focused for long periods of time, and stay on task.

This position is based in our Provo, Utah office.

Required Education/Certification

  • High school diploma

Required Knowledge and Experience

  • Two or more years of applicable professional QA experience
  • Experience in performance and scalability testing
  • Expertise with Microsoft Windows 7 and above
  • General knowledge of networking
  • Knowledge of testing efficiency aids such as Defect tracking tools, Test Case tracking tools, etc.
  • Knowledge of the Software Development Lifecycle and Quality Processes

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to communicate at a college level, verbally and in writing
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Ability to mentor and train less experienced team members
  • Ability to diagnose software problems beyond superficial symptoms and establish a root cause
  • Demonstrate leadership skills including being self-driven and motivated to research, plan, and execute tasks with limited supervision.
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Great desire to help customers and coworkers succeed
  • Strong passion for promoting product quality

Desirable Qualifications and Technical Skills

  • Two or three years of college working toward a degree in computer science or technology-related field
  • Previous programming or scripting experience
  • Previous testing experience of Web applications
  • Experience setting up tests for rapid execution on multiple machines at once
  • Experience with Windows Metro, Android and Chromebook
  • Knowledge and use of Mac OS X10.6 and above
  • Knowledge of Web servers (IIS or others)
  • Knowledge of SQL
  • Experience testing tablet devices
  • Ability to speak a foreign language

We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package as well as the opportunity to work on products that make a real difference in the world, a company where employees are proud to work, a small-company atmosphere in a successful and growing company, a team that is fun to work with and values the unique skills of each member, and a normal work schedule.  We don't expect employees to work 80 hours per week!


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