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Quality Assurance Engineer


Posted Thursday, June 27, 2024

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Seattle, WA
Full-Time Contract
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Title: QA Engineer

Location: Seattle, WA

Duration: 3 month contract to start, high likelihood to extend

Rate: $25-30 an hour

Job Description: 
TEKsystems' Video Playback team is looking for a Quality Assurance Engineer to test the video streaming platform on various devices. The position entails testing new features and streaming  quality, creating test cases, debugging issues, and logging defects. You may also perform release  testing and run, enhance and analyze automated test results. This position requires someone who  can track and follow up on multiple issues in a fast moving environment. The candidate should have prior QA experience and be able to work independently in a fast paced 



This Q.A. Engineer should be someone with a passion for testing as well as a desire to work on  mobile devices, tablets, and the web. If you want to work on some of the most interesting technical  challenges on the planet you may want to consider a position as a QAE on the Video Playback team!



-1+ years\' QA experience

-Experience writing test plans

-Experience debugging issues in test and production environments

-Strong communication skills



Top Skills Details

  1. Manual testing on multiple iOS/Android/living room platforms (Kindle FireOS, Android tablets,  Android smart phones, Xbox ONE X, PlayStation 4, Android smart TVs, etc.).
  2. Experience executing test cases, pulling logs, creating bug reports, and following through on bugs to completion
  3. Experience working self-sufficiently in a high-volume QA environment with tight deadlines  interacting with multiple other team


Additional Information

Testing to play through HD titles, watching them and making sure that when using the product like a 

user (instead of a tester), it’s working well. This mainly includes:

- Watching for frame drops

- Listening for audio pops (audio can potentially degrade over time causing the pops)

- Checking troublesome titles from the past

- Buffering events – these typically won’t be seen in short playback sessions, but over time, if the tester is seeing more than 1-2 buffering events in a playback session, something’s probably wrong. Resource will also kick off existing performance testing script and let it run overnight for a device  that passed above test and gather measurement data the next day.

Contact Information

Recruiter: Daniel Pugh

Phone: (410) 579-3072


The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.
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