QA Technician (Linux) - London

Feral Interactive, the leading Mac games developer and publisher, is expanding its activities to include Linux. As part of this process, it is looking for a number of experienced QA Technicians.

You will assist in all kinds of QA testing across a number of projects: Feral ports Triple-A Windows titles, so you can expect to work on recent PC hits across a broad range of genres.

Experience with testing on multiple platforms is essential, and familiarity with Linux is preferred. Previous experience of QA testing on Linux is an advantage, but not a requirement.

This is a permanent, full-time position based in our offices in Wandsworth, south-west London.

What skills and experience should you have?

  • Significant experience in game testing in a professional environment
  • Experience testing on multiple platforms
  • Excellent attention to detail

What else would help?

  • Experience with Linux, whether professional or personal
  • A strong interest in gaming

What’s in it for you?

This is an opportunity to be in at the start of bringing high-profile games to SteamOS, a major new platform for PC gaming. You will be given substantial responsibility from the outset and your work will soon be seen and enjoyed by our customers worldwide.

Feral is a small company, but we are growing steadily and enjoy a leading position as a Mac games publisher. We are a team of about forty, so you will quickly get to know all your colleagues and will work directly with almost all of them. QA is regarded as a key function and this will be reflected by your status within the company.

The salary is competitive and dependent on your skills and previous experience.

You will work a standard 40 hours a week with some scope for flexitime. We rarely ask our employees to work overtime.

How do you apply?

To apply, copy and paste your CV and a covering letter into a single document and email it to:

recruiting (at)

I’m going to guess it’s probably wise to post it as a .pdf rather than .odt (?)

BTW, good for you Feral Interactive … nice to see you’re supporting Linux :slight_smile:

As long as it’s not a .doc, we’ll take it! :wink: