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Freelance Software QA Tester with great English wanted!

Test IO is looking for a Freelance Software QA Tester with no previous experience with QA needed. They seek someone who is able to read and understand instructions, speak English very well, spot patterns and has great IT skills. Your daily job will be to write test conditions and test several cases, discover bugs and make reports. The company offers many benefits such as working from home and also they pay for every issue you find as well as 50$ per bug. If you are more interested to read about this position or you want to apply, do not hesitate!


Job responsibilities:

  • writing test conditions,
  • test cases,
  • looking for bugs and report them,
  • retesting.


Job Qualifications:

  • no special education or work experience needed.


Skills required:

  • great English understanding – both written and verbal,
  • strong IT skills,
  • ability to easily read and understand given instructions,
  • precise and logical,
  • analytical thinking,
  • detail-focused,
  • great at discovering bugs and spotting patterns,
  • a creative mindset when it comes to approaching problems.


  • opportunities to develop your IT skills in tests,
  • working whenever and wherever you want,
  • paid for the issues you find – the more serious the issue, the higher the payout,
  • you will be paid 50$ per bug.

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