Appcharge is a well-funded, fast-growing startup that enables publishers to create a white-label, highly customizable web store solution within 24 hours. In the web store, the publisher will offer the relevant players the to purchase the virtual game goods.
As a QA Specialist for our startup’s white-label solution for a web store focused on games, your responsibilities will involve thoroughly testing the platform’s features and functionalities. You will identify, document, and report bugs and issues to the development team for resolution. Additionally, you will collaborate closely with the development and product teams to ensure that quality standards are met throughout the development process. Your goal will be to deliver a high-quality, bug-free web store solution to our clients, providing a smooth and seamless gaming experience for their customers.
Your Qualifications for a QA Position:
- At least 3 years of experience as both Automated and Manual QA – MUST
- A positive, “can do” attitude who isn’t afraid to lead the Backend efforts of a Startup – MUST
- Excellent English communication skills to collaborate with team members – MUST
- Solid understanding of software testing methodologies and practices.
- Ability to create detailed, comprehensive, and well-structured test plans and test cases.
- Familiarity with bug tracking systems and version control tools.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to identify and document issues effectively.
- Attention to detail and a systematic approach to testing.
- Familiarity with different browsers and operating systems for compatibility testing.
- A strong passion for gaming and an understanding of the gaming industry is a plus.
- Ability to design, implement, and maintain automated test suites for web applications.
- Proficiency in test automation tools and frameworks (e.g., Selenium, Cypress, Cucumber, or similar).
- Familiarity with API testing and automated API testing tools (e.g., Postman).
- Knowledge of database concepts and ability to write automated database validation queries