About the role
We’re looking for an outstanding engineer to play a key role in scaling our testing process by automating our manual test suite and enabling our development teams to release faster with confidence. You’ll also have a strong QA mindset with a clear understanding of which user flows are critical for the product. If you have a passion for building and running UI test frameworks and think you have the skills to do a great job, we’d love to hear from you.
Ready for your next adventure?
What you will do
- Build and run a UI test framework to speed up the delivery of our Android app with confidence
- Write high-performing automated UI tests for our Android app, and integrate them into our release flows
- Establish automated testing practices and coach developers and QA team members to extend their testing skills
- Advocate for testing and software quality practices in our product
- Monitor test coverage and other important QA metrics
Why you will love it
- You’ll team up with Pedro, Ion, Steven, and Willem to define and scale QA processes, enabling exceptional-quality feature delivery in fast development cycles
- You’ll take ownership of quality from day one, moving things forward, shaping the processes, and choosing the tools you need to do your best work
- You’ll work on a truly inspiring product that brings real-life value to our users and empowers them to explore more of the great outdoors
- Your expert knowledge will make you a key player in a highly motivated and talented team. You’ll feel challenged to learn and excel in your domain continuously
- You’ll improve a product that we’re pretty sure you’ll end up using for your outdoor adventures
- This is a remote role in a fully remote team. You are free to work from anywhere that lies between the time zones UTC-1 and UTC+3. A beach, the mountains, or a co-working space (covered by us)...
- You’ll travel with us (when covid restrictions allow) for team gatherings in amazing locations several times a year. You can check out this playlist to find out more about how we stay close while being remote. (http://bit.ly/39xtIrn)