Carbonite, the publicly traded company that still thinks like a startup, has an immediate opening for a Software Quality Automation Developer with strong technical and communication skills, a passion for building high-quality test automation frameworks, and a desire to work side-by-side with core developers and QA manual testers.
You will work with the Double-Take team in our Indianapolis office, conveniently located near I-465 and Allisonville road.
We want a software quality automation developer who is looking for more than just another job. The right person for us comes to work with a purpose – someone who wants to do work that matters – to themselves, their team, and their organization.
We want a self-motivated, driven software engineer who “gets it done, whatever it takes,” and thrives in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. You relish accountability rather than avoid it. “That’s not my job” is not a part of your vocabulary.
You enjoy challenges and are ready to make an impact in an exciting and growing company.
Specific Objectives and Responsibilities
Your First Six Months:
- Internalize Carbonite’s culture and values. This is a key to future success. Then:
- Gain an understanding of the Double-Take product suite and its core offerings of high availability (HA), disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), and server migration.
- Learn the team’s automation environment, tools, and processes.
- Learn how to use existing test automation, review the scheduled runs and participate in root cause analysis for failures.
- Implement fixes for failed tests to increase the coverage.
- Design and develop several suites of automated tests.
- Contribute to ongoing test automation improvement efforts.
Six to Twelve Months and Beyond:
- All of the above, plus:
- Contribute to a next generation automation solution.
- Use your own initiative to increase velocity and quality.
- Design/code review the work of peer engineers.
- Increase the scope of what we can test with automation.
- Contribute to a company-wide automation solution focused on modularity, commonality, robustness, reporting, and efficiency.