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Are you an experienced Senior QA Analyst looking to join a remote, dynamic team on a full-time basis?
Do you have a passion for TV, streaming services and technology?
Then let’s make things happen.
We need someone to lead, deliver and fine-tune critical projects in a timely manner, while making sure development quality standards are always met.
You’ll provide clear, critical analysis of bugs for our products, and lead other QA such as manual tester and automation engineer. In return we’ll make sure you’ve got all the support you need.
See what it takes to become our Senior QA Analyst below.
As the Senior QA Analyst, you will be measured against the following objectives:
In this role, your duties and responsibilities will include:
Become a product expert: We expect you to become a master in using, understanding and living our product. You should be the go-to person for questions about why things are the way they are.
Take Ownership: As one of our QA’s, you must be committed to following an issue through resolution by taking temporary ‘ownership’ of the product and engaging the needed people to resolve that issue.
See it in perspective: Given the intricacy of the platforms, operating systems, devices, versions and browsers compatible with Pzaz, you must take ownership of the entire problem and not treat an issue as only a local predicament.
Keep it simple: Though development issues are complex, you must be able to explain them in the simplest and quickest manner possible in order to streamline finding the right solution.
Know how to prioritize: You must be able to maintain a clear head under volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous circumstances, and prioritize tasks and procedures according to their immediate importance.
Aim to deliver: While commitment to delivering excellent software is the top priority for our QAs, at Pzaz we follow the principle that it is always better to launch a good product, than fail to launch a perfect one.