• Siri International QA Engineer - US Market

    Job Locations IE-Cork-Cork
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    Languages Required
    English - US
  • Overview

    GlobeTech an Irish based company, was established in 1997 by 2 expert Engineers who wanted to change how technology interfaces with your business and has since become one of the leading providers in software development and vendor managed services. Our bespoke solutions have allowed us to grow to over 400 people around the world and become a trusted partner with our clients. Why? Because we work with amazing people.


    The Localisation team is looking for a QA Engineer - server testing background and highly motivated to deliver high quality products. Every individual on the team makes a clear difference to the product. Your primary responsibility is to focus on the international aspects of the translated device to ensure an amazing product. You will be responsible for the quality of the end to end user experience. This position is based in Cork, Ireland.


    Responsibilities include:

    • Hands on testing of the product.
    • Investigating and scoping out software bugs.
    • Extend linguistic and domain coverage for various test cases.
    • Contributing to test automation efforts.
    • Interact with Engineers to ensure accuracy is preserved across languages.
    • Escalating key quality issues and driving to resolution.


    Key Qualification

    • Native level fluency of the language required.
    • Excellent vocabulary and command of spoken and written English.
    • Self-motivated and pro-active with demonstrated creative and critical thinking capabilities.
    • Flexibility to respond and react to changing priorities quickly and efficiently.
    • Exceptional analytical, troubleshooting and problem solving skills.



    • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent.


    Additional Requirements

    • Experience building and/or scripting test automation.
    • Experience working with large scale client + server software features.


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