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Liat Madar

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שלישי, 09 יולי 2013 12:10
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  • Liat Madar יצר נושא חדש ' עבודה זמנית לQA מובייל' בפורום.
    8 שנים

    Are you all about gadgets?? Can’t get your hands off your smartphone & tablets and available immediately for 1 month position – do tell us !!
    We are looking for 2 people - Student / Mobile QA course graduated - to map all funnels of acquisition for mobile products - web, mobile and apps.

    Requirements:
    • Fluent in English - reading and writing
    • Good knowledge in operating smartphones and tablets
    • Computer literacy – browsing & spreadsheet
    • Experience in Excel
    • Organized & Systematized
    • Familiarity with gaming is a plus.


    Relevant CVs will be welcome to the following mail:

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