Full-Time

Sr. Payment Kiosk QA Engineer

Posted on 5/21/2024

Pavilion Payments

Pavilion Payments

51-200 employees

Payment solutions for gaming industry

Financial Services
Data & Analytics

Senior

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Required Skills
UI/UX Design
Quality Assurance (QA)
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a related field.
  • Proven experience in QA testing for payment systems, preferably in a kiosk environment.
  • Familiarity with payment processing protocols, standards, and compliance requirements.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Responsibilities
  • Develop, implement, and execute detailed test plans, test cases, and test scripts for payment kiosk applications.
  • Perform functional, regression, security, and performance testing to ensure the reliability and accuracy of payment processing.
  • Test and validate the integration of payment kiosk software with various hardware components, including card readers, printers, and touchscreens.
  • Implement and execute security testing procedures to identify and address potential vulnerabilities in payment kiosk applications.
  • Collaborate with UX/UI designers to conduct usability testing and ensure an optimal user experience for payment kiosk interfaces.
  • Document test cases, test results, and any issues identified during testing.

Pavilion Payments specializes in delivering an array of payment solutions tailored for the gaming industry such as cash advances, e-checks, ATM services, and full-service payment kiosks. By placing a strong emphasis on compliance, security measures, and the integration of advanced analytics, the company ensures robust operational integrity and data-driven decision-making, making it an attractive employer for those keen on impacting important segments of financial transactions in a high-stakes industry.

Company Stage

Acquired

Total Funding

N/A

Headquarters

Las Vegas, Nevada

Founded

1995

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

4%

1 year growth

40%

2 year growth

48%
INACTIVE