We are Criterion. We love games.
Over the last fifteen years we’ve entertained millions of players around the world with our award-winning and massively entertaining games. We are a team of talented people who craft games with joy, passion, and commitment to quality.
At Criterion, we place enormous value on creative collaboration, fresh ideas, and unique perspective. Our studio is a healthy mix of industry veterans and newcomers working together to inspire, support, and educate one another.
The Challenge Ahead:
We have an exciting opportunity for Contract Quality Analyst to work embedded within the game team, helping ensure our next experience delivers to the highest level of quality players expect from Criterion.
What a Quality Analyst does at Criterion:
Reporting to a Senior Quality Analyst, the Quality Analyst is responsible for the quality of one or more game feature/subsystem. Key responsibilities include:
Providing feedback on design changes
Coordinating and participating in playtests
Documenting, sharing and updating design information
Assessing features against milestone criteria
Writing and reviewing test cases
Performing functional testing
Investigating issues reported by other team members
Verifying bug fixes
Identifying opportunities for test automation
A Quality Analyst also needs:
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Detail orientated, with strong observational and analytical skills
Self-motivated, with the ability to work as part of a team but also on their own
Ability to multi-task and prioritise their own work
Passion for quality
Previous software QA or development experience
Experience with applications such as Atlassian’s JIRA, Confluence and TechExcel’s DevTest
Experience with game engine editors, such as Unity or Unreal
What’s in it for you? Glad you asked!
We realize it takes world-class people to make world-class games, so we offer competitive compensation packages and a culture that thrives off of creativity and individuality. At EA, we live the “work hard/play hard” credo every day.