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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We would like to hire one or more experienced web site testers who are able to test on multiple devices, specifically all major browsers, tablets and smart phones. We will provide a list of objectives for the web site and provide direction as to what the web site should do. Beyond testing the functionality, we also need feedback on the design aspects of the site, specifically, the "form", the "UX", the "UI", the "flow", and description of any scenario where you, as an "end-user" are confused or are mislead. Please quote the job using an hourly rate. We will likely start out at 10 hours a week, hire at least one tester and go from there.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 2
Skills: Software Testing Functional testing Software QA Testing Usability testing
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for experienced software testers in 20 languages to work in a testing project for a world-wide leader in IT solutions. Upon successful completion of the project, regular testing work is expected. Job description - Test and verify the required features and options, following test cases provided by the client - Collect and submit any bugs in the required format - Project effort – 12 hours testing + setup time - Timeline: 1 week in April - schedule to be confirmed Requirements - Native-speaker of the local languages listed below - Located in-country - Good English skills - 2+ years of related experience as a software test engineer - General knowledge on local IT industry/market trend - Ability to set up test environment and to help debug problems - Problem solving skills - Windows 10 installed Markets & languages: France - French Germany - German Netherlands - Dutch Poland - Polish Russia - Russian Spain - Spanish Sweden - Swedish Turkey - Turkish United Kingdom - English
  • Number of freelancers needed: 20
Skills: Software Testing Dutch English French
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
This is an open-ended contract opportunity for a full-time (40 hours per week) software testing professional. We are looking for deep functional testing of mission-critical web applications. We are looking for functional and business understanding as the first priority and then technical ability as the second. You will be a critical part of our overall development team. Skills / Requirements - Very good understanding of user thinking and what "makes sense" - Strong software and web testing experience - Strong technical aptitude, should be comfortable with using VPN - Business acumen - Usability understanding Pluses - Work testing high traffic web portals and applications - Light understanding of PHP / MySQL - Scripting /automation understanding - Load testing knowledge - Testing experience on common security issues We need someone who can dedicate themselves full-time to the project and be available on demand. Detailed Duties: - Review of all functional specifications that we create. Every project has a functional spec - some are short and done via email, but most are 20-30 page documents that spell out what needs to be built. They can be enhancements or entirely new products/integrations. We build internal admin tools to manage our operations, as well as customer-facing web-based products/services. - We generally have 3-4 projects going on at once. We strive to deploy to production every 3 weeks. Each project has its own functional spec. Each spec will contain numerous features, enhancements or fixes that must be done. - We're very light on UI specs - we mostly document the functional side of things, and would sometimes include a sketch when needed. We don't have time for full blown UI specs or wireframing. So our QA is expected to understand our design standards, and ensure that new pages/features have the same consistent look and feel (in terms of UI and usability). - We have 1 weekly development call, on Mondays at 9AM EST. Our QA always attends those. - QA works closely with the development team. We have an internal team in Mauritius (9 timezones East of us). We also use a development team in the Philippines on a time/materials basis. The development teams interact with QA via Skype, email and DoneDone (bug tracking tool). - We sometimes have critical issues on production which must be handled right away - the development team in Mauritius and myself will interact with QA to get a fix done with minimal downtime. - As developers go through a functional spec, they'll often send a module that's deemed "completed" to QA for initial validation. They send instructions on how to test etc. (e.g., how to use some custom scripts to simulate test cases). The interaction is initially via email - but then any bugs/validation is done via DoneDone. QA logs bugs, assigns to the software team lead - that person then assigns to the individual developer. The developer and QA then go back and forth within DoneDone until the bug is resolved. - When all the tasks in the functional spec are done, QA does overall testing on our test environment. This includes any regression testing (all other parts of the site). We have another cycle with developers within DoneDone for any bugs found. - The specific parts of the code for this functional spec is then pushed to staging. The process repeats. - The specific parts of the code for this functional spec is then pushed to production. The process repeats. Turnaround time for fixes is much shorter if critical/high priority bugs are found in production. - QA also spends every day looking at key pages on our website - to make sure that nothing is broken. - We would do the same process outlined in #8 and #9 above for new enhancements to internal admin tools. - Our QA has to often look at our database tables to validate whether something is working properly or not - i.e., looking at the data that's saved. So there's always very low level data validation going on. - QA would often comment on our functional spec, recommend better usability when it comes to user flows etc. - QA pays attention to UI issues on the site. Makes sure the website looks good on tablets and mobile phones. - QA would ideally do load testing, and security testing
Skills: Software Testing Functional testing Manual Test Execution Performance testing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Remote Computer Technician Needed (Software Installations, such as Photoshop Office etc.) Video Summary: https://youtu.be/wkN3i2QLF0U This job requires you be available 8pm cst to 11:50pm cst time. Payment is $20 per install you do, on average each install takes around 10-30mins. If you're not technically savvy with computer or not use to installing programs like photoshop, office, pro tools that people get off the internet then you're not the ideal candidate.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 99
Skills: Software Testing Technical Support Virtual Assistant
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Need a person to assist in testing a website to ensure it meets specific requirements. You need to have a very keen eye for detail and are able to create screenshots and annotate them with corrections as well as offer short descriptions on any issues you found. Looking for good rates for potentially different projects (web at first, maybe mobile later).
Skills: Software Testing Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone who can provide one to one (skype) training on Software Testing (QA Testing) to a non-IT background person. The ideal candidate should have experience in providing training on software testing (QTP, HP Load-runner etc.) I am looking for individual one to one training over skype possibly 2 days a week. You have to prepare the person from vary beginning level as he is from non-IT background. Please provide me schedule what you will teach every week. Also please provide me a details plan how long it will take for him to be ready for job interview. Please write "QA Soft" in your forwarding letter which will show that you read the entire job description properly.
Skills: Software Testing Functional testing Performance testing Software QA Testing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hello, Our company is interested in performing regular full QA tests on 2 sites under its holding: www.bidwizeu.com and www.bidtoro.com. The candidate must be goal driven, devoted and available to reach at GMT+2 working hours (10am-6pm). The QA analyst would grow familiar with the two sites in order to spot changes in different parameters. Fee: by the hour. Regards, Yael
Skills: Software Testing Functional testing Performance testing QA Management