Site Features: Testing Events

The Testing Events resource has been upgraded and now features a list of Upcoming Testing Events and a page for each testing event. These pages feature the details of each testing event – date, location, a Google map of the location – plus the ability to add the event to your own Google Calendar or

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Site Features: Remote jobs

The addition of Tags to the website now allows for Remote jobs to be added to the site. What is a Remote job? A Remote job is one where a tester can perform the job at a remote location e.g. their home office, rather than at a company’s premises/offices. Some Remote jobs may require some

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Site Features: Tags

Tags have now been added to the TesterJobs.co website. You’ll notice them on the Find a Job page, where you can now ‘Filter by tag’. This will filter the jobs shown by the tag(s) selected – jobs are shown which match any of the selected tags. Tags make it easier for testers to filter which

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Site Features: Saved Jobs

If you’re a registered user, you can save jobs for later reference using the Saved Jobs feature. When you see a job you’re interested in, you can press the ‘Save This Job’ button and it will then be added to your ‘My Saved Jobs’ list, available in your user options menu. These saved jobs display

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Site Features: JobFinder

The new JobFinder page brings together all the different options you have for finding a UK software testing job within the TesterJobs.co website. With one click you can find jobs by category, job title, seniority and location. The JobFinder page can be accessed from the Options menu or from the homepage or the testers page.

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Site Features: Testing Resources

The TesterJobs.co site features a set of Testing Resources, as detailed below, which testers and anyone interested in software testing might find useful to check out. These include: Testing Events – a selection of test events from around the world, including conferences, online training events and – of course – many TestBash events Testing Blogs

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