Rise Interactive (http://www.riseinteractive.com), a rapidly growing full service interactive advertising agency, is looking to hire a QA Analyst, into the Customer Experience team in our Mexico City office. We are seeking a detail-oriented, highly motivated individual contributor that is excited about joining the Web Development team and contributing professionally to an entrepreneurial company with an expanding Fortune 500 client base.

Summary and Scope

The QA Analyst role is a cornerstone of Rise’s growing mobile and web development team. In this role, you will be working directly with project managers, business analysts, developers, and designers on projects ranging from exciting new startups to high impact enterprise applications. The QA Analyst will be responsible for ensuring the highest quality of both client and internal Rise projects by thoroughly testing our web based applications. Candidates must be strong communicators, self-starters, adaptable and detail-oriented who thrive in fast-paced environment. 


  • Write and execute test cases and scripts to verify business, functional, and non-functional requirements on projects
  • Perform functional testing, regression testing, integration testing, and smoke testing of new or existing responsive web-based applications
  • Identify and report defects found during testing life cycle for developers to fix
  • Communicate regularly with team members to ensure proper resolutions for all defects
  • Verify and remediate bug fixes 
  • Regularly summarizes testing results and areas of risks or roadblocks to QA Manager 
  • Assist with writing user stories or functional specifications if needed
  • Make recommendations to refine the system to better suit user needs and expectations
  • Assist with producing various types of testing documentation as needed to suit project needs
  • Serve as functional subject matter expert on projects 
  • Follow standardized company QA processes 
  • Utilize and promote QA best practices to ensure high quality applications
  • Contribute to a growing team in an agile environment

Required Skills

  • 3+ years in quality assurance testing
  • Excellent verbal and written English communication skills
  • Understanding of issue tracking, issue management and test status reporting
  • Consulting experience delivering web-based solutions at an enterprise scale
  • Understanding of test methodologies, creating test cases and debugging
  • Understanding of agile and waterfall software development life cycle
  • Knowledge of mobile and web environments, and UX considerations therein
  • Understanding of documentation review, gap analysis, and user-centered design processes and associated assets, including requirements, wireframes, visual designs, etc.
  • Extremely detail-oriented and analytical
  • Able to present information in an organized and structured manner
  • Able to proactively and consistently communicate with development team during testing cycles in order to ensure defect remediation 
  • Able to take your own initiative; strong self-starter mentality
  • Strong desire to learn new tools and software platforms 
  • Solid experience in at least one defect tracking tool
  • Supportive of team members and works well within diverse team 

Preferred Skills

  • Experience working with CMS-driven corporate sites, ecommerce, high-traffic consumer sites
  • Experience in a client-facing role
  • Experience with task hour estimations
  • Experience with JIRA


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