RedShelf was built to improve education. Working with the higher education community, we design products to make course materials more affordable, accessible and engaging for students everywhere. Our partnerships with leading academic publishers and institutions mean we get to make a direct impact on the education system through innovative technology.
About the Job:
As a Sr. Quality Assurance Engineer you will be responsible for defining, developing, and implementing QA best practices, test plans, and additional assessments of the platform. As we’re committed to providing the best-in-class eReader, you will also be responsible for:
What are We Looking for?
First and foremost, we are looking for someone who is passionate about technology and making an impact in the higher education market. Candidates should have at least 7 years of experience working in a quality assurance role in an Agile/Scrum environment and at least 7 years of experience in development due to the heavy automation and scripting aspects of this role. Additional requirements include:
What’s the Tech Stack?
Ideally, you should have experience with these technologies or some equivalent. However, we are willing to train the right candidate if you are passionate about the position and our goals.
Django, Celery, RabbitMQ, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL
AWS, Docker, Jenkins, Salt
Nose, QUnit, PhantomJS, pytest
RedShelf's team is passionate, entrepreneurial-minded and serious about making an impact in higher ed. We are committed to our mission of improving education, and that commitment flows through in everything we do.
We offer an engaging office culture and frequent onsite and offsite events including video game tournaments, intramural sports teams, happy hours, volunteer work, and more. We also provide our team with competitive compensation packages including company stock options.
RedShelf is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, people of color, individuals with a disability, veterans, and others who would enrich the diversity of RedShelf are encouraged to apply.