We are looking for a QA WordPress plugin tester, to work with us full-time testing challenging, interesting, cool new stuff.
For this role, you will provide beta testing for all plugin and service releases. This includes user testing, functionality tests, regression tests, compatibility tests against different versions of WordPress and PHP and popular third-party plugins, measuring performance, reporting issues and monitoring the work to resolve them, producing screenshots or video to illustrate how to reproduce an issue.
You’ll be working 40 hours a week in an awesome team.
This job ad is for a paid trial. Once you pass your trial, you would be joining a team of around 140 WordPress experts from all over the world.
We also offer a bunch of benefits for those passing trial, this includes 28 days paid leave every year (up to 35, earn another day for every year you work with us), share in the company profits every year we hit our targets, paid trips to WordCamps, general and tech expenses budget that increase each consecutive year you work for us.
You can work from absolutely anywhere – we’ve got an awesome team of around 140 people scattered around the world with the main office in Melbourne, Australia. You’ll be working on both new and existing plugins and services for WPMU DEV members.
Ok…… Are you ready to put your skills to the test?
For a chance to come and work with us and to push the envelope with what WordPress can do, to be in at the start of some incredible projects and to enjoy your work more than you previously ever thought was possible.
We’ve attached a plugin that you’ll be using for this test. You can find it in the attachment section in the sidebar. You will need to upload this plugin to your WordPress install. Activate, and then use the plugin as an end-user. Write down any issues you observe.
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