Do you want to be paid to play games? Read on and apply for this job as a game tester.
A day as a game tester can look like this:
You arrive at work between 8 and 10 a.m. A large order from a customer is ready. A series of 3 different games of chance must be tested for user-friendliness and regulations. After a brief work consultation with your colleagues, you start the project. You switch on the first game, yes connect the other games to a robot that performs the actions you programmed.
The first results are received after half a day. Immediately after lunch you start the report in which you process the first results. In between you call a customer from Lithuania and tell him that the results are unfortunately not positive. The game that you tested must receive a major adjustment so that it no longer controls the player. It is a difficult conversation, but because of your good communication skills, you can get through it.
The day ends and you briefly discuss with your colleagues about the projects that will take place tomorrow.
You are able to speak and write English
(You will only have to deal with English-speaking customers.)
You have an intersse in IT and software systems
You have good communication skills
You take the initiative to do your work better and better!
Completed training at minimum level 4 (HAVO or VWO is also allowed)
Our client is specialized in testing and certifying (online) games of chance. Every game of chance from the government must comply with certain guidelines and legislation. Only if this is 100% correct may it be marketed. After various extensive tests; both digitally and physically a detailed report is prepared and communicated with the customer. These are spread throughout Europe, so that you work in an internationally oriented working environment! In addition to an office in the Netherlands, the company works from various international branches.
You get paid to play games!
It is a permanent position at a fixed work location
Part-time and flexible working hours are negotiable
A suitable salary
Excellent secondary employment conditions, such as a non-contributory pension, no less than 26 days off on an annual basis and flexible working hours are negotiable
A function and a working environment that is both inspiring and innovative
You have ample opportunity to develop in an international workplace