We’re now looking for QA Trainees to join our studios and game development teams at our HQ in Espoo. You would be working with games developed either in our Puzzle Studio or Battle Studio, the former focusing on puzzle games such as Angry Birds Match, Angry Birds Blast, Angry Birds POP!, Dream Blast (and other unreleased titles); and the latter on strategy and action games such as Battle Bay and other, yet unreleased titles.
What you’ll take under your wings:
In this role you will be responsible of testing the games/software to ensure they are of good quality before being released, will be responsible of the quality of the games tested by providing timely and accurate quality visibility to the test lead and the development team, will do testing (including functional, exploratory, usability, compatibility, compliance, performance, localization, or other types of testing as needed), will report issues to bug tracking system, will verify fixed issues, will follow test plans and test cases and get to contribute in overall game development activities.
We’d love it if you have these feathers in your cap:
In this role, you need to be a strong team player with good interpersonal and teamwork skills.
What you get when you join us:
Please apply by filling the online application form (please attach a cover letter with your CV) including the earliest date when you can start working. Our studios would be more than happy to welcome you already in May!
Aim high and slingshot your application over already today! We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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Rewards and recognition
Help to relocate
Rovio is a Finnish, games-first entertainment company that creates, develops and publishes mobile games and acts as a brand licensor in various entertainment and consumer product categories. The Company is best known for the global Angry Birds brand, which started from a popular mobile game in 2009. Today, the Company offers multiple mobile games, that has been downloaded 4B times since 2009, has produced The Angry Birds Movie, which opened number one in theaters in 50 countries, and licenses the Angry Birds brand to consumer products and other entertainment content. Rovio’s operations are divided into two business units, Games and Brand Licensing.