QA Lead

Ivy Road
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Posted
November 9, 2022
Full Time
Anywhere
Remote

We are currently working on an unannounced original PC/Console narrative-driven simulation game and are looking for an experienced Lead QA tester to join our team. You will work with the programming team to build and execute a sustainable project test plan that takes into account the team's test staffing, quality goals, and time constraints. You will collaborate with other disciplines to create test plans for features, tools, and workflows to ensure development of a top tier game!

While this is a fully remote position, applicants will need to be available to work from 10am PT - 2pm PT. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Find and report game defects  
  • Develop and maintain test plans for game functionality
  • Help facilitate the issue tracking process
  • Investigate and document reproduction of issues
  • Perform regression testing 
  • Lead a small QA team 
  • Assess QA department performance 

 

Requirements:

  • 2+ years of game QA experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of game QA processes
  • Strong communication skills
  • Can work well independently with minimal direction.
  • Proficient with PC and switch
  • Able to lead and mentor others.

 

Bonuses:

  • Proficiency with perforce
  • Proficiency with unreal engine 4
  • One or more shipped game titles
  • Experience with bug tracking software
About 
Ivy Road

Ivy Road is a new independent game development studio founded by Davey Wreden (The Stanley Parable, The Beginner's Guide) and supported by Annapurna Interactive. We strive to build a culture of people over projects, where our key output is a happy, creatively-fulfilled and cohesive team. 

We strive to hire people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, genders and ages, to ensure the perspective of our team reflects the broader state of the world.

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