We have a small (but growing) tight-knit engineering team. We have a server-side, client-side, product, and QA teams that all work together closely. We work in sprints and have async daily stand ups over email. We pride ourselves on doing upfront design, so every project has wireframes, mockups, and a well thought through specification before we start writing any code. We like to work smarter, not harder. Team members are not expected to work more than 40 hrs/wk. Work/life balance is very important to us and our culture. We even have #adventure and #hobbies channels on Slack where we routinely share what we're up to outside of work. We have fun while we work and our annual retreats are a big highlight of our year. Here's a video from our last retreat. https://hubstaff.wistia.com/medias/9pyt01aemt

Hubstaff

United States

QA Engineer

$35,000-$50,000 / YEAR

Summary:

We are looking for a Quality Assurance Engineer who will influence our engineering teams to deliver a high-quality product. You'll be working closely with our engineers and product managers to write acceptance scenarios, create tooling and test cases.

Hubstaff is a time tracking, project management and proof of work SaaS solution. We are on a mission to accelerate the digital transition of work and make it possible for even more kinds of work to be efficiently performed in a remote environment.

You'll work 100% remotely. This is a long-term (years, our hope is forever) full-time (40 hrs/wk) 1099 (hourly) contract role. We care about job security for our team and we’re looking for people who can grow with our products for years to come.

Our tech stack:

  • Ruby on Rails
  • Rust
  • AWS, Heroku
  • PostgreSQL, Memcached, Redis, Solr
  • Git

What You’ll Do:

  • Provide quality and usability feedback to the engineering teams.
  • Help to discover issues and monitor fixes, and perform regression testing.
  • Design test cases and write automated tests.
  • Maintain and improve our automated test suites.
  • Help teams with test ownership, provide knowledge, explain best practices, and educate developers on using QA tools effectively.

What You Should Have:

  • Experience with test automation frameworks like Cypress.
  • Hands-on experience with Web and API test automation.
  • Attention to detail and user experience.
  • Ability to dive into exploratory testing and get a deep understanding of the product.
  • High-quality standards but can balance quality, flexibility, and timely delivery.
  • Strong experience using Git and Github.

Nice to Have:

  • Experience working remotely.
  • Experience with Ruby on Rails.
  • Experience in testing mobile applications on iOS and Android.
  • Experience with CI/CD pipelines.