Journey Testing Officer
Are you a whizz when it comes to tech and data analysis? Are you passionate about delivering the best possible product to end-users? Are you interested in shaping our new ambitious tech product to potentially help thousands of students worldwide apply to their dream university?
The Journey team is looking for a Testing Officer to help with our new product. This includes:
Developing, executing, and evaluating the testing and quality assurance strategy for the Journey, in collaboration with fellow team members.
Collecting, evaluating and interpreting quantitative and qualitative feedback from Journey users.
Collaborating and communicating with the Journey Production Team to implement changes and create even better modules.
This is done with the aim of:
Identifying what the ideal Journey module looks like.
Working towards an understanding of how to maximise engagement with the Journey, and developing a system to match that understanding.
The Journey has been a project in the pipeline for a while, but was only launched a couple of months ago. We are entering an incredibly interesting time, as we will soon be getting a lot of new signups. This will allow us to gather a lot of data, and, importantly, figure out what works and what doesn’t. It’s time to find the best version of the Journey, and you could be a vital part of that!
But, hold on, what is the Journey?
The Journey is a digital tour guide for applying to universities in the UK. This is how it works: every few weeks the applicant receives a module with our top tips and exercises. They receive the modules when they need them, and they will have plenty of time to complete every to-do!
The Journey consists of roughly 45 modules sent to the applicants over a span of 2.5 years, but a student can join at any time they like. To see an example of a module click here.
One of the great things about the Journey is that it is super scaleable: students from all over the world can easily sign up and requires little extra from us.
Note: Prior experience in testing and data analysis is preferred but is not required.