No matter how skilled your dev team is, things can always go wrong.
That’s why it’s important to have engineers on your team whose primary job is monitoring the software engineering process to prevent mistakes and ensure quality. If delivering top-notch solutions to customers sounds like fun to you, check out the following four open roles on Built In Boston.
What you’d do: Manage a team of quality analysts, quality engineers and software engineers who are responsible for the company’s customer-facing and internal software systems.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with proven delivery experience working under an Agile and Scrum methodology.
Why you should apply: Flexible work hours, company outings and a fully-stocked kitchen. Oh, and the offices are pet friendly.
The gig: Senior Software Engineer in Test
What you’d do: Collaborate with the executive team, product management and existing engineering teams to ensure the highest quality product and a fault tolerant SaaS platform.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with a sense of humor. This is non-negotiable. (How great is that?)
Why you should apply: Commuter and gym reimbursements, Apple hardware, free snacks, lunches and beer.
The gig: Quality Assurance Engineer
What you’d do: You will design test cases for business functionality that can be run as manual tests or implemented as automated tests.
Who they’re looking to hire: The ideal candidate has experience testing and troubleshooting software applications, as well as building and improving automation frameworks.
Why you should apply: Friday lunch spread catered from Boston's top restaurants, generous employee referral bonus and monthly local community volunteer programs.
The gig: Senior QA Engineer
What you’d do: Test standards, plan and report on the company’s engineering process.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone familiar with Git, Github and Gitflow.
Why you should apply: Competitive salary and unlimited vacation.