Ubisoft is a world leader in the entertainment industry, with a variety of hit brands including Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, and Prince of Persia. To build on its achievements and share its future successes, Ubisoft is looking for great talent to join its new Toronto development studio. The studio is located in West Toronto in the unique and growing trendy area known as “The Junction”.
We favor diversity, creativity and the desire to succeed as a team. If you’ve got the skills and drive, you’ll have the opportunity to help build the best video game studio in Toronto. The opportunities to learn and progress are endless. There’s a real buzz about the place; if you’re looking for a stimulating and cool work environment that fosters a balance between personal and professional lives, you’ll find it here at Ubisoft Toronto.
Under the leadership of the Team Lead, physically within the development team, the Quality Control tester’s main functions will be of a supporting role in identifying anomalies during the production cycle and report back to the parties involved.
Roles and responsibilities:
Help prevent bugs by testing integrations within the production itself, validation of the integrated features versus design documentation.
Direct support to the assigned development team, real-time bug isolating/reproduction, integration grid updates and special requests from production (specific tests, video captures, build reviews, bug entry, etc.)
Tag team testing and troubleshooting alongside production to help identify and fix bugs on the fly.
Entering the issues in the bug database and communicating them to the different members of the production team.
Evaluate the severity and probability of the issues that are found during tests.
Working closely with the QC Team Lead in the follow up of the game’s development (Validating versions to be sent to other testing teams, putting together various reports and also help with risk assessments).
Help create, follow and fill out checklists made by the QC Team Lead
Identify and report bugs as well as make a methodical verification of the assigned portion of the game or the game in general.
Follow security measures regarding version manipulation.
Other pertinent tasks.
High school diploma or equivalency
Videogame tester formation is a plus
One year of experience in Quality Control in the Video Game Industry is a plus.
Knowledge of terms related to the video game industry
Working knowledge of the Windows environment
Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite
Any technical skills related to video games are a definite plus (Editors, scripting, programming, etc.)
Personal (soft) skills :
Able to communicate
Able to adapt to change
Able to work under pressure
Interested candidates MUST submit a 1-page game review (game of your choice) along with your resume and cover letter! Ubisoft - 14 months ago