Contract QA Engineer (Manual) at Future Platforms, London, £Contract Rate

  • Contract Spy
  • London, UK
  • Feb 22, 2021
Duration not stated

Contract Description

Future Platforms is an award winning digital agency with offices in London and Belfast, who create mobile applications for our client’s end users. For over 20 years we’ve created expertly designed and built applications and have seen over £1bn of revenue run through our apps!

Due to an increase in short-term workload, we need an experienced contract QA Engineer (Manual) to join our team for 3 months to help us deliver quality apps to our clients. Working alongside the mobile development team, you will be helping to reproduce and debug issues raised. You’ll have an opportunity to impact on important decisions around the quality of our products.

We’re all about innovation in our work, so you will have the opportunity to learn on new platforms and tools as you go, expanding your experience and knowledge. You will be observant, have good attention to detail, and will be able to communicate with clarity and confidence when interacting with developers and project managers. You will be capable of comparing multiple sources of documentation in order to recognise discrepancies and issues.

Responsibilities

  • Writing test plans for products in early and late stages of development
  • Executing tests, both planned and exploratory
  • Performing regression tests for new and old products
  • Logging bugs that effectively communicate issues and their impact
  • Helping developers to reproduce and debug issues raised Interacting with the team Writing test reports for internal and external use


Ideal experience

  • Extensive experience working as a QA Engineer
  • An understanding of the requirements and challenges of testing
  • Background in native app testing Experience working in both Agile and Waterfall environments
  • API testing
  • Knowledge of proxy tools
  • Writing test plans, tests cases
  • Good understanding of various test tools and how best to utilise them
  • Automation testing is a plus