Title: QA Tester
Location: United States
At Morgan & Morgan, the work we do matters. For millions of Americans, we’re their last line of defense against insurance companies, large corporations or defective goods. From attorneys to client support staff, creative marketing to operations teams, every member of our firm has a key role to play in the winning fight for consumer rights. Our over 3,000 employees are all united by one mission: For the People.
Morgan & Morgan is continuing to drive technological advances in the legal space. We are looking for a QA Tester to assess software quality through manual and automated testing. You will manage finding and reporting bugs and glitches. You will ensure that all user stories meet the Requirements, and our products and applications work correctly.
The QA Tester will work closely with QA Management, Development and Systems teams to supply testing efforts to find gaps, bugs, and system stability. You should have a keen eye for detail and excellent communication skills.
This is a remote role.
Compensation: $50,000.00-$60,000.00 + Benefits DOE.
Morgan & Morgan is a leading personal injury law firm dedicated to protecting the people, not the powerful. This success starts with our staff. For full-time employees, we offer an excellent benefits package including medical and dental insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off and paid holidays.
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