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נושא Apps QA Team Lead Kaltura

Apps QA Team Lead Kaltura 29 דצמ 2013 18:06 #1098

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Apps QA Team Lead
Kaltura

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/9915797?trk=jobs_jig_jobs

Job description

The Testing QA (Quality Assurance) team leads Kaltura’s quality tools and processes for applications. The team focused on Kaltura applications, as well as extensions for commercial off the shelf products and solutions (Learning Management systems - LMS, Content Management Systems - CMS, Enterprise Social Networks - ESN, and other applications)

The Testing team has a robust testing methodology that includes Software Test Plans (STPs), Software Test Designs (STDs) per request and Software Test Reports (STRs) per each testing cycle. The Testing team develops automated tests, and deals mainly with web and mobile applications across platforms and browsers that are used by millions of users.

Description

Manage web based applications/ solutions team
Versatile with abilities to manage in parallel web and mobile native applications over multiple browsers on different operating systems
Hands-on Planning, design and testing
Write test plans and results documents
Work in an results-driven, high‑pressured environment

Desired Skills and Experience

Vast experience in managing a team of 5-10 testers, dealing with multiple applications – at least 3 years of experience – Required
Experience in planning and implementing tests for web and mobile applications – at least 2 years' experience – required
Experience in understating and testing with multiple browsers (and versions) on desktop and mobile devices– required
In-depth familiarity with QA methodologies – required
Linux and Apache experience – advantage
Familiarity with PHP, JavaScript, HTTP, Rest, HTML, XML, XSL – advantage
Familiarity with IOS, Android, Windows Phone – advantage
B.sc in computer science or equivalent degree – advantage
Knowledge in LMS, CMS, ESN – advantage
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