€ 30,000 - 35,000 gross/year
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At least 1 year of full-time experience as a Software Tester in a remote software environment
Experience with mobile testing (Android, iOS) as part of a scrum team
Basic technical competence and understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle
A passion for apps and music with plus points for being able to play the guitar
Analytical and curious thinker with great problem-solving skills
Excellent communication skills and the drive to experiment, learn and grow
Be based within +/- 3 hours from CET
about the company
With our AI-based guitar learning app Fretello, we empower people to express themselves through music. This experience can look different for every user as our learning content is customizable and adapted to the experience level. Our app not only allows our users to learn, practice, and play the guitar, Fretello provides real-time feedback and enables our users to follow a learn path, choose customizable practice sessions, or learn how to play their favorite songs.
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your area of responsibility
Do you thrive in an environment where you can “break” things and attention to detail is the underlying rhythm of all that you do? Are you constantly curious about the why and striving to ensure quality every step of the way? If so, then you might be the perfect addition as our very own detective to join our product development team.
We’re looking for a quality-driven Software Tester to join our band to test and assess ongoing development all the while striving for an excellent learning experience for our users. The earliest start date to join would be June 2022.
Testing our Fretello App ensuring it meets a high standard of quality
Designing and maintaining test cases and checklists as well as creating other types of test documentation
Setup new automatic end-to-end tests using Waldo.io, a no-code testing platform
Contributing quality checks to story refinement sessions and throughout the development lifecycle
Identifying, documenting, and reporting bugs and issues that arise during testing
Analyzing and reporting overall test status and results to the team
Being an active scrum team member and collaborating with other teams
Personal time off (25 days paid leave per year)
Flexible working hours (core hours 10:00 to 14:00)
38.5 hour work-week (overtime compensated as time-off 1:1)
Remote first work setup and mindset
A small team (25-30) with lots of individual impact and responsibility
Fun, relaxed, and regular remote team events and onsite team retreats
Shared and lived values: Agility, Curiosity, Unity, Transparency, and Empathy
Dedicated time to continuous learning and personal growth
Mental wellbeing initiatives such as Mindfulness Wednesdays and optional paid external therapy sessions
🌎 full remote / work from anywhere
🛂 visa sponsorship