QA and Technical Support Officer opening at Euclideon

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Euclideon is looking for enthusiastic and talented person to work with their new cutting edge technology, Unlimited Detail. Employment is located just outside Brisbane and will be a full-time position. The role will start out as straight QA and will turn into a Support role over time as products are released.

Job Requirements:
  • Draft and execute test plans.
  • Work with developers, designers to ensure appropriate test coverage.
  • Qualification and testing of reported issues.
  • Support Customers over the phone and through email.
  • Training Customers.

Preferred Experience and Skills:

  • Understanding of and familiarity with the software development life cycle.
  • Strong user service focus and exceptional communication skills.
  • Previous experience with software testing.
  • Strong troubleshooting, analytical and diagnostic skills.
  • Ability to communicate technical issues with non-technical people.

Euclideon is a technology company specialising in 3D graphics. Their main product is Unlimited Detail which is capable of rendering point cloud data in real time faster than any other system and is set to revolutionise the 3D graphics world.

Please send a resume, cover letter and references to jobs@euclideon.com.

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Why does this happen with

Why does this happen with every job posting on Tsumea?

I have nothing to do with Euclidean, but I have had a little to do with hiring people. If you want to apply for a job, prove that you've completely read the description and can follow instructions.

In this case:
"Please send a resume, cover letter and references to jobs@euclideon.com."

Posting your application on a public forum and expecting them to chase you down is probably not going to work out so well for you.

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Job Sites

Perhaps people that come to the jobs on this site from referrals and direct links from search engines mistake what they're looking at as just another job website.

When you're applying for jobs with IT Agencies etc, you'll usually write your cover letter in an editbox at the bottom of the page which I guess looks similar to this.

Unsure how you'd solve this issue design-wise.

Radio-active dude sounds cool though. :D

Scott.