VaynerCommerce is a Growth Engineering Firm that provides growth, technology, and consulting services to help brands achieve sustainable growth. Whether it’s a new eCommerce experience or a connected mobile app, we’ll translate your big idea into a digital experience that’s meaningful, useful, and delivers real results. We pride ourselves on being able to provide brands with holistic solutions, no matter what stage they’re at.

Who are you?

You’re a team player who will create value in any situation. You will work in a team environment in the creation and execution of test plans for high-traffic, mission-critical applications and websites. You’re a self-starter who is excited to learn and improve your skillset and manually verify software features and bug fixes. Works with the software engineering staff to ensure released software is of the highest possible quality.  This role reports to the QA Manager.

Technologies we use:

  • Typescript
  • Vue.js
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Kubernetes
  • Jira/Confluence
  • Cypress.io
  • Selenium
  • Browserstack
  • BugHerd
  • Postman

Responsibilities:

  • Design and execute software test plans
  • Create and maintain automated tests
  • Write detailed bug reports
  • Create and tear down virtual machines for testing
  • Install and configure physical operating systems on test hardware
  • Participates in software cycle post-mortem to enhance and improve future testing
  • Generate reports and analysis of testing cycles
  • Requires little direction 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience
  • 2+ years of experience in QA for Web or Software Development
  • Basic knowledge of current testing methods
  • Familiarity with writing descriptive tickets in Jira
  • Familiarity with capacity testing, automated testing, and accessibility testing
  • Requires little direction 
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong desire to learn and willingness to take initiative

Preferred:

  • Experience with usability best practices; able to influence and improve user experience
  • Experience with Android, iOS or other mobile web application development or testing
  • Beginner to Intermediate knowledge level of SQL querying, HTML, CSS and Javascript
  • Experience testing REST APIs / Services using tools like Postman
  • Experience with automation frameworks such as Selenium and Cypress

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