As a part of multiple, small product teams practicing Agile, you will do it all: develop test strategies, test new products, and code automated and performance tests that push our products to their limits.
- Analyze product specs, decompose complicated software systems, and design strategies to test these systems.
- Work as an Agile team member participating in backlog grooming, sprint planning and task estimation.
- Device automation test strategies, expand and maintain test automation for the applications you support.
- Represent QA in any technical discussion, decision and design involved during product development.
- Drive adoption of new test strategies and tools you are passionate about.
- Mentor and guide others on the team.
- 5+ years of experience in Software Testing.
- 3+ years of automation experience testing Web, Mobile applications using Java or C#.
- Previous experience leading Agile testing teams.
- Solid experience testing and automating SOAP & REST services.
- Extensive experience using SQL and NoSQL databases
- B.S. Computer Science or related information technology degree (or at least 6+ years of industry experience).
- Real passion for finding problems with software, figuring out solutions, and helping ensure they never happen again.
- Willingness to read product specs and take it upon yourself to fill in the gaps.
- Excellent understanding of internet technologies.
- Forward-thinking, motivated, and intellectually curious (you know if you are)
- Previous experience with Git, Jenkins, Maven.
- Chance to work with top Software Engineers with a focus for all things tech – Our DevOps team includes a member who literally wrote the book on Ansible and IT Automation and our staff also includes a resident IoT expert with IMDB credit to his name.
- Unique entrepreneurial environment. We're a start-up company in a publicly traded suit Read: we have a lot of fun and can afford the grown-up toys.
- We're making a real difference in the financial lives of millions of consumers. The work we do here matters.
- Dress code – we don't have one. (Flip flops, shorts, jeans…whatever.)
- We don't even keep track of how many paid vacation days you take. (of course your manager's approval is needed before you take off on that family vacation.)