Founded by the creator of the YOU DON’T KNOW JACK® game series, The Jellyvision Lab, Inc. creates virtual teachers, advisors, and salespeople who make online learning and decision making delightful.  In all that we do, our goal is to make complex topics simple and boring material interesting, using a combination of great design, unexpectedly funny content, and serious technology.

Of all the virtual people Jellyvision has created, the tallest and least afraid of bears is ALEX® (www.meetalex.com). ALEX helps companies talk their employees through the tricky choices they’ll have to make, like picking a health insurance plan, deciding how much to put in the 401(k), or whether they might want extra life insurance. Our customers love ALEX because he helps their employees figure out what’s best for their personal situations, which, in turn, saves our customers a boat-load of time and money – everybody wins! As we sell more and more of ALEX, we need more and more non-virtual (i.e., real life) people to keep the virtual ones amazing. That’s where you come in.


  • We’re looking for folks available from July to November, 2015
  • Generally, we average about 40 hours per week of testing, with the possibility of more hours as needed.

Specific Duties:

  • Execute testing using flowcharts and existing test strategies for our Flash and HTML-based applications
  • Verify all required functionality (UI, emailing, printing, etc.)
  • Verify spelling of onscreen text
  • Verify the performance and timing of animations
  • Verify the quality of audio
  • Verify product recommendation logic
  • Verify correct calculations are being used in all modules
  • Execute cross browser and mobile device testing
  • Provide detailed bug reports of all issues including steps to reproduce in English, screen shots and logs
  • Regression test fixed issues

So Who Are We Looking For? Someone with…

  • 1-2 years of experience as a tester in the software industry
  • Exceptional time management skills
  • Strong technical abilities
  • The ability to identify basic code issues resulting in logic errors
  • The ability to quickly learn new technologies
  • The ability to execute both detailed and ad hoc test plans
  • The ability to communicate effectively (in English) with engineers, artists, and project managers alike, both in meetings and in writing
  • A strong understanding of software development life cycles
  • The ability to multi-task in a fast-paced production environment
  • The ability to work well within the team
  • Fluency in both English and Spanish a plus
  • Medical and/or benefits knowledge also a plus

Anything else?

Please visit www.jellyvision.com and www.meetalex.com to learn more. 


Great! We look forward to hearing a little more about you and what you do. Make sure your application includes:

  • cover letter that outlines why you think you’re someone we should interview, focusing on past work experience that has prepared you for this type of work
  • Your resume including testing equipment you have available(i.e. PC, Mac, tablets, smartphones, etc.)
  • Your hourly freelance rate

We will review all freelance applications on a rolling basis and will reach out as projects become available. Thank you for your interest in Jellyvision!

About Jellyvision

Simply put, Jellyvision is a kooky-yet-clever interactive marketing company, the spawn of a gaming company best known for creating the irreverent trivia game show You Don’t Know Jack. Since sprouting forth from Jack’s bald head in 2001, we have retained Jack’s sense of humor while embarking on our own mission of shifting the focus of the web from “navigation” to “conversation”. Basically, we want to make the internet more human (that can’t backfire, right? It’s not like the internet is going to become sentient). So we traded in the virtual game show host for a fleet of virtual salespeople, brokers, guidance counselors, and teachers who add personality and personalization to complex ideas that would be otherwise way too complicated or snooze-inducing.

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