Rivet Games is a team of passionate and talented artists and developers based in Stirling, Scotland. Building on years of prior experience of developing the highest quality routes and models for Train Simulator and Train Sim World, the team have a passion for ensuring everything they do is accurate, built to the highest possible standards, and above all, is fun and enjoyable.
As a Quality Assurance (QA) tester you will be thoroughly testing games to locate and report issues across different hardware platforms; entering clear, concise feedback into the bug database.
You will ensure that the bug database is maintained and updated, documenting test results accurately.
You will collaborate productively with development teams to identify, report and recreate bugs.
A game development or related qualification is desirable but having prior experience in game development is also invaluable. The candidate should have a passion for game development, and great communication skills. They should be able to work well as part of a larger team, as well as be self-organising and reliable.
You will ideally have some prior experience of testing – which may include public beta testing or testing of community created mods/games. Some interest or knowledge of trains or railways is desirable.
This position is entirely remote, you will be working from home 10am-4pm on weekdays, with an hour’s break for lunch. You will be expected to join regular team meetings via video conferencing and communicate with the team via MS Teams.
How to Apply
If you are a UK resident aged 16 to 24 who is out of education and claiming Universal Credit, please complete this form and reference postal code FK7 7RP when speaking to your work coach.
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Experience nail-biting gradients, stunning Swiss scenery and classic motive power with Rivet Games’ Train Sim World 2: Arosa Linie!
From Chur, the oldest town in Switzerland, to the summer and winter resorts at Arosa, the Arosalinie dates back to 1914 and represents the ultimate in rail engineering. With the use of numerous hairpin turns, mountainside tunnels and gradients as steep as 6%, this electrified, metre gauge railway line winds its way through the picturesque Schanfigg valley and offers vital connections for locals, is used to transport resources, and is popular with tourists. The sedate nature of the Arosalinie allows for prolonged exposure to the surrounding terrain, with the journey from end to the other taking about an hour.