Introducing Endless Mobile, access for the next billion.
Our mission is simple: we are connecting the unconnected. We
want to change the world. And we are having fun doing it. We believe
there is eloquence in simplicity. Strength in understatement.
Brilliance in humility. If you are dedicated and passionate about
making a difference, and to building something incredible, we should talk.
About the Company
One of the greatest opportunities of our era is hardly known. A
billion people have computers. Six billion don't. With the impending
wave of smartphones, the next billion people will soon have
computers in their pockets. This affords us the opportunity to
change lives at a scale never before possible. Education, health,
livelihood: these are the things that a smartphone means to people
in China, India, Brazil, Indonesia, and so many other parts of the
globe. Endless Mobile is a company in San Francisco that exists to
unlock the potential of smartphones in a powerful way that will
impact the world. We have an incredible team, a cutting edge
product, and unstoppable momentum. We are looking for a few amazing
people to join us to change the world.
The Role: Lead Quality Assurance Engineer
The Lead Quality Assurance Engineer will develop and test manual and
automated test strategies, to analyze a complex software system and
make our product work beautifully. You will troubleshoot and isolate
defects, providing regular status reports and updates to drive our
product forward faster. You will also track and support our initial
deployments in our pilot market in Brazil and support our ground team.
- BS in Computer Science or
- Knowledge of the software development life cycle
- Strong problem solving, communication, and prioritization
- Ability to write automated test scripts
Experience creating secure systems and verifying their robustness
- Enthusiastic, independent, proactive, flexible, and
quality assurance engineer
- Experience with a quality assurance
- Proficiency in the Linux environment
We are developing a platform to give computers to the next billion people in the developing world - not by donating them or lowering costs -...