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QA Tester I

Quality Assurance | Lutherville-Timonium, MD | Full Time

Job Description

Big Huge Games is looking for a highly motivated and detail oriented Quality Assurance Tester to join the team to ensure that ongoing development of DomiNations, as well as new titles, meet and exceed the high BHG quality bar. The ideal candidate would possess a strong technical skill set, excellent written communication skills, a problem-solving mindset, and the ability to remain agile in a dynamic and challenging environment.

All applicants MUST include a cover letter detailing why you want to be a QA tester and what you think it means to test a game vs play a game.

This is an onsite position at our studio in Timonium, MD. (NOTE: Due to COVID-19 this position will begin as a remote position)

This opening starts as a temporary / contract position.


  • Execute test cases to verify bug-free functionality of new and existing features
  • Discover, research, and document project bugs and defects
  • LiveOps support, investigating potential live issues and bugs
  • Working directly with the programming and design teams to investigate and reproduce complex issues


  • Extremely meticulous attention to detail is a must
  • Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills
  • Team-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills
  • The ability to think outside the box and explore obscure and odd solution possibilities
  • Familiar with iOS and Android games and apps
  • Ability to work long and odd hours when necessary


  • Strong technical background; degree in Computer Science or equivalent preferred
  • Familiar with command line interfaces such as bash, sh, cmd, and multiple operating systems (Windows, OSX, Linux)

All applicants MUST include a cover letter detailing why you want to be a QA tester and what you think it means to test a game vs play a game.