Software Tester (m/f)

  • Wien, Austria

Software Tester (m/f)

Job description

Our apps are what makes us exist as a business. As Software Tester, you’ll make sure that our users can experience the app without flaws. Your mission will be to test our mobile and web apps to find bugs as well as spotting problems with our UX flow. In addition to that, you’ll be responsible for setting up and improving our testing structure. 

 

You’ll take care of

  • Testing and setting up the testing structure for our Android, iOS, and web apps
  • Working together with our designers and developers to make sure that our apps have the best user experience possible
  • Improving our product by discovering problems in the UX flow and proposing solutions 

 

Some of the tools we use

  • Android, iOS, Web
  • Zeplin
  • Clubhouse
  • Bitrise
  • Fastlane 

 

Requirements


We think that it'll be important for you to

  • Have experience working as tester (or a similar role)
  • Have a basic understanding of development
  • Have a passion for apps, coding, and learning 

 

 

You’ll get bonus points for

  • Having experience setting up automated tests as well as unit tests
  • Having an eye for design 

 

 

We're more than a place to work

We’re not your typical workplace. At Mimo, we believe in data-driven decision making and the importance of fun, passion, personal growth, and transparency. And we’re doing everything we can to make sure you’re enjoying every minute you spend with us.

 

 

Some of our perks we offer you


 

We're an international team

We’re a team of 20 coders, designers, marketers, teachers, writers, and more hailing from 9 different countries and 3 different continents. Being and staying a diverse team is very important to us. Naturally, we communicate in English and work hard to make it as easy as possible for people from all over the world to come to Vienna. 


Salary

 

You can expect competitive compensation between 30,000€ - 51,000€ (based on your experience) and shares in our company.

 

Join us in teaching the world how to code.