Salary on application
City of London, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
QA Engineer in London
QA Engineer with games industry experience? Looking for a new role to kick off the new year?
As a QA Engineer at this thriving studio in London, you will be working on ensuring their reputation is upheld thanks to the quality of its hardware and software products being reliable. This will involve both a structured programme of testing and QA, as well as monitoring issues throughout development.
The studio is working on changing how we experience live performances by creating software that is used for high-quality visual displays at productions such as concerts and theatre performances. As a part of the team here, you will benefit from a cycle to work scheme, awards for long service, regular social events throughout the year and an annual gig allowance of £400!
QA Engineer key responsibilities:
Create and maintain automated test framework and tools
Write up new automated test scrips based on current test scenarios
Monitor issues in the continuous integration environment to maintain quality
Prepare test plans and specifications by reviewing technical and functional documentation
Evaluate test results and verify defects as and when they are addressed by developers
Play a vital role in development process through project reviews and scrums
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Familiar with scripting languages such as Python
Experience working with AAA games
University degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science/Software Development or similar would be an advantage
Excellent knowledge of Issue/Test Management systems (JIRA, TestRail) would be beneficial
Experience of MS Visual Studio and strong understanding of Source Control and Continuous Delivery tools would be beneficial
Experience of working in C# or C++ is an advantage
Tags: QA Engineer, QA Automation, QA Programming, QA Developer, QA Technician, Quality Assurance
A little bit about the city: London
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