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Funding10M-20M USD
IndustryConsumer, E-commerce
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Test Engineer - NYC

at Handybook in New York, NY   —   Jul 19, 2014   |  
Love making stuff break?

Think that being creative and being organized are not opposites?

Join our testing team at Handybook and help us change the way the world buys services. Being a part of our testing team means having an immediate impact on our customer and professionals, while gaining valuable startup experience at a fast growing company.


Just go the web address listed here and click "Apply to this position"!

About Us:

At Handybook we're on a mission to change the way the world buys services. Every day we connect our customers with great home service professionals. By doing this we make our customers lives a little bit easier and we help our service providers earn more money.

Handybook was started by Oisin Hanrahan & Umang Dua while at Harvard Business School. Handybook's investors include Highland Capital and General Catalyst, who have invested in businesses like Airbnb, Kayak & WarbyParker.
Be responsible for the quality of our website and mobile apps
Work closely with our developers to devise testing plans and execute them
Interact with other teams to establish priorities
love to subvert systems and make them fail
have an analytical mind and a tech orientation
are a creative thinker
are organized and methodical
Strong organizational and verbal communication skills
Excellent time management skills and self-motivation
Self-starters who enjoy doing hands-on work
Competitive salary and bonuses
Health coverage
Daily team lunches, frequent happy hours and team outings
A fun office always stocked with coffee, snacks, and other drinks
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