We’re looking for a talented QA Engineer to join our growing team.
APlanet is an award-winning tech startup on a mission to help organisations manage and improve their sustainability performance, be in control of their data and processes, and supported by technology put Sustainability and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria at the center of all their strategic decisions. In this way we will be able to multiply their positive environmental and social impact and build a better world. Working at APlanet, we feel that what we do every day has a purpose and adds value.
We empower professionals and teams with our powerful SaaS platform and our revolutionary technology, to streamline processes and data management, and apply the full potential of ESG data insights and information analytics.
APlanet is a growing startup. With a growing base of clients in Europe, US and Latin America, we are active in 6 countries, and are a multinational and diverse team of more than 40 APlaneteers. And the growth we expect to see this year and beyond is even greater. You will have a unique opportunity to work with the best professionals in an emerging sector that is here to stay.
We are looking for a QA Engineer to join our Product team, and help us continue to build products that solve problems for our users.
What will you be accountable for?
As a QA engineer, you will be responsible for creating and implementing a strategy for product quality coordination and testing, as well as proposing solutions to identified quality issues or improvements to ensure the highest quality of APlanet’s products at all times.
Send us an email with your CV at [email protected]. We would like to know why you are interested in joining APlanet and what you can bring to the team with your experience, ideas or passion.
We will give you timely feedback after every step of the hiring process.
If you are interested, please send your CV to: [email protected]
We try our best to respond to each candidate, however, depending on the volume of applications, it may not always be possible.