Fan is the simplest way for people to find, watch and share the movies and TV shows they love. The Fan service is available today on the Web and through an award winning iOS app, giving consumers an easy way to discover more than one million movies and shows across 29 entertainment services, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO, ABC, NBC, Comedy Central, Xfinity, and more. On launch in 2011, Fan for iPad shot to the top of Apple's App Store charts including Top Free Apps, Staff Picks, What's Hot, and New & Noteworthy.
In addition, as you may have read about in the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, USA Today (and many more), the company unveiled Fan TV -- a revolutionary new way to watch TV -- at D: All Things Digital in May 2013. To learn more about Fan TV check it out at www.fan.tv/tv
Founded in 2011, Fan is based in Silicon Valley and backed by the investors behind TiVo, Netflix and Sonos. To learn more about Fan got to www.fan.tv
About the Role:
We are looking for a QA engineer to join our Quality Assurance team. The perfect candidate would be a technically detail-oriented person, with a drive for digital media, movies and TV.
Good communicator, fluent in English
Attention to detail
Experience in reading and writing product specifications
Experience in creating detailed test plans
Ability to execute on test plan repeatedly and efficiently
Familiarity with QA testing best practice, such as smoke-test, functional test
Familiarity with common bug-tracking tools and agile work-flow
Willingness to work in an environment where agile is the key word
Attitude of getting it done and change process if process is wrong
BS in computer science or equivalent (or substantial experience)
Managing build release process with shell scripts
Architecting Alpha/Beta test-plan and managing a small team to execute the plan
Experience in hardware component testing such as HDMI, USB, Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth
Experience using hardware interfaces such as RS232, JTAG
- Fan is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate against reality TV fans, drama fans, horror fans, Doctor Who and Merlin fanatics, foreign and indie film fans, film school informed fans, blockbuster action fans, or Tom Cruise fans, except where clearly unable to quote favorite movies and shows as in this case the workplace would have trouble communicating when surrounded by passionate entertainment fans.