We are looking for an experienced QA engineer to identify gaps in our current unit test coverage, design and automate functional tests, and manage the release process for our flagship product, Mobius3D. Documentation to record the execution of internal processes for ISO certification will also be required. The position might also include creation and/or maintenance of internal tools.
We hire employees who like to work with a tightly-knit team, ask questions when they don’t know something, and are proactive contributors. We aren’t making yet another social network or banner ad platform; our products can literally save lives. We’re looking for people who can accept the responsibility that entails and are excited about working on a product that will significantly impact the future of radiation oncology treatments.
The position is on-site, full-time in San Carlos, CA. Our office is walking distance from CalTrain and downtown.
Skills & Requirements
The ideal candidate will:
Have 5+ years of professional experience, with 3+ in a QA role
Additional relevant qualifications include:
Understand good software development practices (unit testing, code modularity)
Have experience working in a Linux environment (we use Ubuntu)
Enjoy working with developers to identify defects and to codify tests that will demonstrate when the defects are fixed.
Be proficient with software for the following: issue tracking (we use Pivotal Tracker, but experience with others is fine); Python unit testing (we use Unittest and Nose); continuous integration (Jenkins); and web automation (Selenium and PhantomJS)
Experience with hardware provisioning and/or burn-in.
Proficiency with git and GitHub
About Mobius Medical Systems, LP
Mobius Medical Systems, LP makes software for radiation oncology clinics that helps ensure patients get safe, effective treatments. We are a small employee-owned company that reached profitability in our first year of operation, and have recently launched our newest product, Mobius3D (details at mobiusmed.com ).
Familiarity with CouchDB or other NoSQL technologies
Having a portfolio of personal projects or open source work