Authored byGrinding Gear Games
Authored onTuesday, 27 September, 2022 - 10:55 AM
We are Grinding Gear Games, creators of the award-winning dark fantasy Action RPG Path of Exile. We're a diverse and inclusive studio of 165 world-class developers based in Auckland, New Zealand and we're currently expanding the Path of Exile 2 development team.
2013 Winner - GameSpot's PC Game of the Year
2020 Winner - British Academy Award (BAFTA) for Evolving Game
Our work hours are flexible, with core hours from 11.00am to 3.30pm. We also offer pre-approved overtime pay!
We have a huge selection of free drinks for all the staff to enjoy while working. Think of a convenience store's range of drinks a few metres from your desk! Our rec rooms are stocked up daily with healthy snacks and a rotating range of seasonal fresh fruit and yoghurt, and catered meals are offered every week as part of our Monday mid-morning meetings.
When the work is done, we invite all staff to attend our expansion launch parties and Christmas parties to celebrate the effort they've put towards Path of Exile.
We seek Quality Assurance Testers to join our incredibly talented team.
Location: On-site in Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand
Relocation assistance (for the right candidate, if needed)
Full time position - 40 hours a week
Salary range: $55k NZST - $65k NZST gross per annum (depending on experience)
The position includes the following duties:
- Testing new Path of Exile content and features to find issues
- Communicating these problems to the development team through our issue tracking software
- Following up on the state of these problems and working with developers to resolve them
- Checking candidate builds of content updates and patches for problems by going through checklists
- Scripting automated test-cases and improving our testing tools
We are seeking someone with:
- At least 1000 hours of experience with our game, Path of Exile. Our game is extremely complicated and members of our quality assurance team require vast experience with all aspects of the game. While there is some training, it is vital that you already fully understand the game itself in order to apply for this role.
- A qualification in Computer Science, Software Engineering, game design or equivalent.
- At least three months of work experience performing quality assurance for computer games, or other team-based work experience.
How to apply
If you meet the above requirements, please email your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and role you are applying for in the subject line.
No phone calls or agencies, please.