Planorama plans and designs the UI/UX of software applications through modern product management and design practices. We focus on user-focused UI/UX design, and deliver everything the development and QA teams need to execute. As a Planorama Quality Assurance (QA) Test Writer, you will work collaboratively with our design team and software documentation writers to author test cases that sufficiently test each feature and groups of features.
Our customers are generally U.S.-based and come from a variety of industry verticals.
Our QA test engineers…
THINK BIG, WORK DETAILED: Love to understand the big picture, and at the same time, think through the details and boundary conditions that someone could encounter as the use the application
HONEST: Speak up when something doesn’t look or feel right
DRIVEN: Challenge themselves and the team to learn and do better
COLLABORATIVE: Communicate well and often, and are used to working in remote teams
PROCESS-ORIENTED: Understand the value of process, versus being a “lone ranger”
If this sounds like you, and you’re available for at least 10 hours/week remote contract work, let’s talk.
Written and spoken fluency in English. As our clients speak English, and our documentation is written in English, fluency is a must.
Experience devising and authoring test cases that ensure features are working properly, evaluating positive and boundary conditions, and negative scenarios as part of the complete test case suite.
Experience devising and authoring end-to-end tests that ensure key application workflows are functioning as designed.
Writing human-readable test case documentation which can be interpreted by software developers and QA engineers.
Familiarity with detailed user story documentation that includes acceptance criteria, and given-when-then scenarios, and deriving test cases from this documentation.
Discipline to work remotely for assigned hours per month, and remain engaged with your team on a daily basis for stand-ups, review meetings, and 1-on-1’s with team members.
Availability to work a minimum of 10 hours per week, with the majority of them during normal U.S. business hours.
Experience with coding unit tests and functional tests