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QA Engineer

Crowd Cast Chuo-ku, Tokyo
  • 💴 No salary range given
  • 🏢 No remote
  • 🧪 Minimum years of experience unspecified
  • 💬 Fluent Japanese
  • 🗾 Japan residents only
  • 🧳 No relocation support

About Crowd Cast

Crowd Cast Chuo-ku, Tokyo

About the position

As a QA Engineer, you’ll test current and upcoming features and products to identify deficiencies, define and implement QA planning strategies and best practices, identify key product quality metrics and collect data, prepare and present reports to the rest of the team, participate in monthly engineering meetings and product meetings, and be proactive and give your professional input to the rest of the team.

Skills & Qualifications

  • Minimum 2 years of experience working with end-to-end UI testing, automated testing, and other testing processes

Nice to have

While these aren’t required, please tell us if you any of the following.

  • Mobile (iOS/Android software/device) testing experience
  • Javascript testing frameworks (Jest/Enzyme/Sinon) experience
  • Knowledge of HTML, CSS, Javascript ES6
  • Knowledge of AWS and Heroku
  • Working experience with Ruby on Rails and/or React Performance testing, profile and tuning Knowledge/experience with Google analytics * Experience outsourcing/managing QA activities

Salary structure

  • Annual compensation: Around 5.5M JPY (includes 2 fixed bonus)
  • Commuting allowance

Meet Crowd Cast's Developers

Jeremy Marin is the engineering manager at Crowd Cast. He explains the challenges and benefits of hiring junior developers, particularly ones who have graduated from developer bootcamps.

Read his story...

Jeremy Marin was the first full time developer to join Crowd Cast. Five years later, the development team has grown to thirteen, with him becoming the engineering manager.

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