Our partner’s mission is to boost people’s wellbeing in a smart way. They make digital products that add value to your world and help you enjoy life more. Founded in 2013, the company has grown quickly, producing the number 1 brain training app on mobile, downloaded over 50 million times globally. The app was chosen by both Apple and Google as one of the best apps available and is regularly featured by both as a leading example of smart mobile technology. 2021 is an exciting year for the business which will see them build on their success as the market leader and expand into new verticals.
We are looking for a Mobile QA Tester who will be working with their iOS and Android development teams to conduct manual mobile testing.
You will be responsible for finding and reporting bugs as well as writing test plans and executing them. Your input will influence our product development, from the requirements gathering stage to deployment. You will work within a collaborative team that is dedicated to creating a world-class product and user experience.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
NICE TO HAVE
We are an ambitious company, so we aim high in everything we do. We believe we can have a real impact on the world. We recognize that to do this we need to be open to new ideas and to challenge one another every day to ensure real personal and professional growth. Ultimately, we care about each other and we know that we will succeed as a team. It’s why, while remote working we make time to catch up, play online games and do virtual pub quizzes. It’s also why we hold regular team days and hackathons to ensure the team is always trying new things, together. In our view, ambition, openness, and teamwork are the surest way to achieve our amazing goals.
A few of our other benefits include:
We are open to and encourage applications from absolutely anyone. We believe in the potential of everyone; regardless of race, religion or belief, ethnic origin, different physical ability, family structure, socio-economics, age, nationality or citizenship, marital, domestic or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other difference that makes you, well, you.