Quality Engineer
Change.org - San Francisco, CA

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a close-knit team dynamic at a profitable company that is making the world better

an agile environment (BDD/TDD/ATDD, short release cycles, collaboration over supervision, lean documentation)

Mac OS X as your development environment

to make a significant impact at Change.org as a quality engineer


Worked on at least one high-performance, consumer-facing web site

Demonstrated expertise in object-oriented test design ideally in Ruby using open-source tools (e.g., Selenium-WebDriver, Watir-WebDriver)

Demonstrated expertise in manual and exploratory testing on Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android platforms

Received praise from developers for clear, reproducible bug reports


Identify project risks and recommend actions to minimize risks

Execute testing tasks and analyze results and escalate issues as appropriate

Determine the root cause of problems reported by end users

Inspect and understand a large database schema

Drive on-time deliveries of features to production

Excellent team player as well as an independent achiever


Lead automated and manual test strategies on your development team

Manage site quality on multiple browsers and operating systems

Partner with Help Desk to support the user experience

Participate in product kick-offs, knowledge sharing session, present test engineering solutions to others

Influence engineering and other counterparts to design for testability

Use your skills to make the world better

This position is based in San Francisco, CA.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical disability, or length of time spent unemployed.

About this company
Change.org is an online hub and media network for social issues and collective action. The San Francisco-based social entrepreneurship...