DevelopmentNow is a growing, leading-edge digital agency founded in 2005 located in the vibrant Central Eastside district of Portland. Our office shares the neighborhood with many partnering digital agencies and creative firms, plus we are close to the best coffeeshops this side of the Burnside Bridge. We are currently seeking a contact or contract to hire QA Analyst to join our team.
As a QA Analyst, you will spend your time translating requirements into tests, running those tests, logging defects and following them through the established workflow, and coming up with creative ways to break software. In addition, you will join daily standups for your projects and participate in meetings. You should have an analytical mind, willingness to learn, and a passion for quality.
We focus on using Agile Scrum methodologies, industry best practices, and innovative solutions to deliver tangible value to businesses and organizations via new technology and reliable processes. DevelopmentNow has provided digital solutions for a variety of companies, including startups, agency partners, and enterprise Fortune 500 firms. Some of our recent clients include Kelly Services, Microsoft, BBDO, AT&T, Ogilvy, Manheim, Avery Dennison, and Time Warner Cable.
What we’re looking for:
Be part of our growing company where your contributions and ideas truly matter. We are a tight-knit team of technologists who are committed to work/life balance. Our office in the historic RJ Templeton building (beside the Burnside Bridge) is a laid-back environment that fuels innovation, experimentation, and collaboration. Pay and benefits are competitive with the market.
The position will be contract-to-hire, or direct-hire, depending on the candidate, at a maximum of 40 hours per week. This position requires you to work with us in our office, so local candidates only. Please, no recruiters.
We are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse workforce. We work with community organizations like Epicodus and Girl Develop It to encourage the next generation of Portland technologists.