About the Role:
A successful Quality Assurance Analyst at Wondersauce will have solid experience in creating user test cases based on user stories and feature sets, work independently to execute those test cases and document reports upon completion. This person will have experience working with different browser stacks and an existing knowledge of caveats and issues based on those browsers, i.e. limitations of IE11. Solid experience doing pixel perfect visual testing including responsive design testing from designs in Sketch or Zeplin is a must. Knowledge of ADA requirements and how to test, including usage of screen readers and traversing web applications via keyboard usage only, is a must.
- Develop and document project test cases and results
- Create thorough reports based on tests and open appropriate well documented example tickets for development.
- Self management and organization is a must.
- Help create Wondersauce global testing standards and guidelines.
- Ability to explain tests and work accomplished to the team as a whole including clients when needed.
- Align at the start of the project with the team as a whole to capture testing needs and requirements.
- Sound understanding of testing methodologies.
- Experience creating test plans, checklists, and bug reports.
- Execution of test cases without supervision or guidance.
- Skilled in bug tracking and defect creation.
- Past experience with web testing.
- Extremely organized and meticulous.
- Proficient verbal and written skills in English.
We are a full-service agency focused on the complete customer journey and helping our clients understand the most relevant ways to reach their audience. Our mission is to transform our clients’ businesses, drive conversion, and create efficiencies within their organizations through smart, beautiful digital products and communications strategies.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Wondersauce aims to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting equal opportunities regardless of religious belief, age, color, race, creed, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, ethnic origin, family status or disability (subject to the exceptions contained in the Human Rights Act 1993). The commitment applies to all aspects of the work environment, all employment activities, resource allocation and all employment terms and conditions. Selection criteria and procedures aim to ensure that employees are selected, promoted and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities.