We’re looking for a Quality Assurance Specialist/Engineer to join our team working on PrivateStorage. PrivateStorage is an end-to-end encrypted secure storage product that aims to minimize the collection of any data related to its users.
This position will lead the quality assurance process to ensure product quality and that customer requirements are understood and met. It involves working cross-functionally with various members of the team to clearly and efficiently communicate issues and feedback so it can be incorporated into the product development process.
The responsibilities for this position include:
The ideal person for this role has skills and/or interest in some of the following areas:
Least Authority is a remote-first and global organization, so location and working hours are flexible. The role can be part- to full-time, depending on skills and interests.
Read more on how to apply here: https://leastauthority.com/careers/#howtoapply
An example of what a week in the life of a Quality Assurance Specialist at PrivateStorage might look like:
Join our full-team sync and then run through a QA checklist on a new release of the client. Collaborate with client developers to understand issues discovered during the QA process and ensure the whole team understands any problems found.
Join iteration planning and make a case for spending resources fixing issues uncovered by QA. Join the whole-LeastAuthority-team sync and then do more exploratory (ie, off-script) QA work on the client software.
Catch up with the infrastructure team about recent and upcoming changes deployed on the service’s backend. Develop QA processes for existing and new infrastructure functionality.
Run through a QA checklist on the backend infrastructure and join a whole-LeastAuthority-team presentation session. Build automation to reduce the manual effort required for the various QA checklists
Design new QA processes to catch recently reported regressions and collaborate with the team to document acceptance criteria to help developers avoid creating such problems in the future. Collaborate with developers to design new testing practices to catch bugs before they get working on QA reviews.