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QA Engineer

at stealth startup in San Francisco, CA   —   Jul 23, 2014   |  
We're looking for a QA Engineer to join the team at our brand new (but well-funded) startup. We're based in downtown San Francisco and we can talk about what we do when we meet up, but we think it's pretty cool.

We need someone who wants to test with the best! This position requires a great communicator whose ability to navigate documentation and existing infrastructure is punctuated by the obsession to deliver products quickly, while maintaining uncompromising quality.
Design, document, and exercise test cases in a fast-paced, rapidly-changing environment
Conduct unit, integration, regression, ad-hoc, and edge-case testing as part of our release cycle
Work closely with all parties involved in the development cycle, while maintaining a positive relationship that demands respect for quality
Knowledge of a programming or scripting language (Python, Java, Ruby, PHP, Perl)
Experience with automated testing tools (Selinum, Watir, SilkTest, Windmill)
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
Experience with front end testing of web applications
Knowledge of current web technology standards (HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and Flash for example) and the corresponding debugging tools
Two to four years of web testing experience with emphasis on blackbox testing
Strong understanding of QA methodology and the software development life cycle
Vast knowledge of browsers and testing on various platforms
Working knowledge of Unix and SQL
Proficiency in filing bugs and familiarity with modern source control solutions
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