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Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer at Public Broadcasting Service in Arlington, VA



$80K — $100K *



Quality Assurance


Less than 5 years

Job Description

What PBS has for you:

We're a small team responsible for big projects. We're hiring an experienced QA Engineer to build video products on the web. For this role, "build" means:

  • Create and tend to test cases
  • Perform regression testing on browsers and physical devices
  • Review pull requests

The person in this role will be an engineer that works closely with developers, designers, and product managers. Perks include amazing co-workers, a humane work-life balance, and meaningful work. If you're interested in delivering content meant to "educate, inspire, entertain, and express the diversity of perspectives," please consider yourself a candidate.

You are an ideal teammate if:

You want to share the challenge of delivering millions of video streams every week. You've seen how apps can break, empathize with the users ("viewers" in our case) who are affected, and revel in bringing order to the ch

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Valid through: 7/8/2020

About Public Broadcasting Service

The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is an American public broadcaster and television program distributor funded jointly by the United States government and major American corporate interests in the fields of agriculture, energy and biotech. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, PBS is an ostensibly independently operated non-profit organization and is the most prominent provider of television programming to public television stations in the United States, distributing series such as Keeping Up Appearances, BBC World News, NOVA scienceNOW, NOVA, Dragon Tales, PBS NewsHour, Walking with Dinosaurs, Masterpiece, Nature, American Masters, Frontline, and Antiques Roadshow. Since the mid-2000s Roper polls commissioned by PBS have consistently placed the service as the most-trusted national institution in the United States. However, PBS is not responsible for all programming carried on public television stations, a large proportion of which (including most specials aired during pledge drives) come from affiliates, including such member stations as WGBH, WETA-TV, WNET, WTTW National Productions), American Public Television and independent producers. This arbitrary distinction is a frequent source of viewer confusion. The service has more than 350 member television stations, many owned by educational institutions or non-profit groups affiliated with a local public school district, collegiate educational institution or by state government-owned or -related entities. It also operates National Datacast (NDI), a subsidiary which offers datacasting services via member stations, and provides additional revenue for PBS and its member stations.
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