Playdemic are looking for a Quality Assurance Representative, you will be responsible for the functional testing of our games in a very fast-paced environment. The role requires flexibility, the ability to multitask and a high level of personal organisation. This is an excellent opportunity for the right individual looking to develop a career in the games industry.
You will be responsible for performing QA tests on Playdemic games in beta stage first, then on weekly updates. You will be reporting all bugs found in a clear and accurate manner, and running regression tests.
Working in collaboration with the QA Lead and game General Managers, you will need to ensure all tests are performed within given timeframes and provide daily feedback. You will also be investigating and reproducing bugs escalated by Customer Support, and providing help when required.
We are looking for individuals who love to play video games - ideally on mobile platforms - and believe in quality assurance. You must have a keen eye for detail, great work ethics, excellent verbal/written communication skills and the ability to work in an agile, team-oriented environment.
We are also keen to ensure that our games are fully translated into the major worldwide languages and as such, English speaking candidates whose native language is one of our major markets would be well suited to this role.
Core Skills & Experience
- Extremely organised and detail conscious, highly communicative and process oriented
- Self-starter, proactive, collaborative and dedicated to meeting deadlines and producing results
- Experience working in a dynamic fast-paced environment
- Ability to perform under pressure
- Avid gamer
- Fluency in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Chinese or Russian is a distinct advantage
- Good working knowledge of Office 365
- Demonstrable experience in a game QA environment
- Interest in mobile games
- Knowledge of bug tracking databases
Founded in 2010 by leading Games Industry entrepreneurs, Playdemic is a developer and publisher of mobile games, focused on creating premium free-to-play game services for iOS, Android and Facebook platforms. We are a highly ambitious company committed to making chart-topping products. Our culture and values place great emphasis upon open communication, autonomy and empowerment. We believe in encouraging people to be the best they can be and giving them the tools to achieve their goals.
Our biggest hit to date, Golf Clash is now one of the most successful Mobile Games in the world. This exciting, multiplayer golf game has been number one in charts on both Apple and Google and is a top grossing title in the U.S. and internationally.
Our other titles, such as Village Life, have been downloaded over 80 million times and have been featured numerous times on the App Store and the Google Play store.
In late 2016, Playdemic was acquired by Warner Bros and as such we have embarked on the next exciting chapter of journey working with WB brands such as LEGO Star Wars, DC Comics and Harry Potter. We're looking forward to lovingly crafting the next generation of mobile games and we're looking for passionate, dedicated individuals to join us.
Playdemic offers successful candidates a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. Our work environment is inclusive, relaxed and friendly - one of the best things about working here is our fantastic people! We aim to support work-life balance, and some of the benefits we're most proud of include: flexitime and other family-friendly benefits; discretionary bonus scheme; company pension scheme and life assurance. We also offer perks such as regular health and wellbeing activities (including on-site exercise classes), discounts on a wide range of company and partner products, free online training courses, complimentary fruit and a wide selection of drinks, social events and much more!
We expect high levels of ambition and innovation from our colleagues and an ability to flourish within the dynamic entertainment industry in which the company operates.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to Alex Brilus at firstname.lastname@example.org