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נושא Zeek is looking for a QA Engineer

Zeek is looking for a QA Engineer 18 אוק 2015 06:03 #3403

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we’re growing and are looking for a QA person to join our family.



If you’re a problem solver, great communicator, are passionate about what you do, and have superhuman attention to detail, while still having a strong grasp of the bigger picture - then you belong with us!


Job Requirements:

2-3 years of testing experience of web based software.
Knowledge and experience in testing methodologies
Team Player who knows how to work in an agile start-up environment
Understanding business requirements and come up with relevant solutions
Good communication skills
Testing SAAS products - an advantage.

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