Shopmonkey is hiring a
Remote Quality Engineer II
\nAs a Quality Engineer, you will be working on a product squad to develop new features and enhancements for our product. The ideal candidate will be experienced in planning, developing, and executing comprehensive automated tests. As a member of the QE team, you will work closely with the development, PM, and support teams to understand the application’s features and architecture to develop test cases to ensure that the application’s UI / API / Data layers are thoroughly tested before releasing into production.\nYou Will Have The Opportunity To:\n\n\n* Become an SME of the application and utilize that knowledge to own and drive end-to-end testing initiatives throughout the entire SDLC from project test planning, requirement review, test design, test execution, test reporting, and sign off.\n\n* Design, build, and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable automated test cases using in house automation framework libraries to achieve highest possible test automation coverage.\n\nBe a strong quality advocate, collaborating closely with software engineers and product owners to release highest quality products\n\nBuild, maintain, and troubleshoot automated test execution environments/pipelines\n\nSuggest and contribute new features/changes, optimization, and improvements to the central framework library and tools.\n\nWork with QA team members to achieve upstream/downstream integration testing\n\n\n\nWe Are Looking For You If You Have:\n\n\n3+ years of experience in QA/Software Testing\n\nExcellent written and verbal communication skills\n\nProven experience owning the QA testing strategy for an application\n\nAn understanding of different testing types – regression testing, ad hoc testing, integration testing, performance testing, etc.\n\nStrong automation skills in automating backend testing such as api/messaging/data quality checks– preferably TypeScript\n\nSolid understanding of Web/UI testing using various tools such as Cypress, Selenium, playwright etc.\n\nStrong experience in SQL and database technologies\n\nThe ability to work under pressure and multi-task\n\nStrong understanding of CI/CD best practices to run automated test executions pipelines.\n\nExperience working with applications running on AWS\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to SaaS, Video, Senior, Engineer, Backend, HR, Python, Docker, Mobile, Marketing, Stats, Design, Digital Nomad, Testing and API jobs that are similar:\n\n
$60,000 — $120,000/year\n
💰 401(k)\n\n🌎 Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\n🎅 We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nAtlanta, Georgia, United States
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