Manual QA Engineer

Research & Development


November 8, 2021

Blueboard is the employee rewards and recognition platform for the modern workplace. Blueboard enables companies to reward top employees with memorable, personal and shareable experiences. 

Experiences as rewards not only provide a more meaningful avenue for employee recognition, but also create a lasting impact on your top engagement metrics (like increased employee motivation and retention rates, and providing a more positive company culture). Experiences range from local adventures like learning to surf or DJ, taking guitar or an aerobatic flight lesson, to luxury incentive travel escapes.

Blueboard is currently working with innovative brands like Mercedes, Zendesk, Pinterest, Lyft, Otis Elevators, Edmunds, Chick-fil-A and hundreds more.

We are looking for an energetic, driven, intelligent team member to join the team.


  • Coverage the existing and new functionality with test documentation;
  • Finding and reporting defects with detailed and accurate steps to reproduce;
  • Verifying functionality.


  • Technical background;
  • 0,5+ years of experience in QA;
  • Experience in creating test documentation;
  • Understanding of the way Web applications work;
  • Experience/knowledge in defect report creation/verification with bug-tracking systems; 
  • Intermediate spoken level of English and higher;
  • Detail-oriented and patient.

Bonus points for

  • Basic knowledge of test automation;
  • Basic knowledge of programming languages;
  • Experience with Jira.

We offer excellent benefits, including but not limited to

  • Flexible hours, ability to work from home if necessary;
  • Working directly with the customer;
  • Paid vacation (20 days/year) and sick leaves;
  • Corporate English lessons;
  • Learning & Development program;
  • Business trips abroad;
  • Referral bonus ($);
  • Annual bonus ($);
  • Cozy office in Kharkiv and nice family-type atmosphere.

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