Biofourmis brings the right care to every person, no matter where they are. The company’s AI-driven solution collects and analyzes patient data in real time and identifies shifts that require proactive interventions. This vital innovation provides people everywhere with connected access to hospital-level services, virtual provider networks for remote care, and life-changing clinical trials—all without leaving their homes. Trusted by leading health systems, payers, biopharma companies and patients alike, Biofourmis’ connected platform improves patient outcomes, prevents hospital readmissions, accelerates drug development, and closes critical gaps in care—ultimately making science smarter, healthcare simpler, and patients healthier. Biofourmis is a global technology company enabling care delivery, with headquarters in Boston and key offices in Singapore and India.

Firmware Manual SQA Lead

As a Firmware Manual SQA Lead- you will report into Firmware SQA Manager and you will plan and execute manual testing to improve system level design, performance, working on and testing embedded medical devices, as well as testing cloud connectivity via LTE/NB-IoT.  In addition, you will assist in building a team to scale manual test operations.

  • Lead QA efforts throughout the software testing lifecycle to ensure applications are comprehensively tested and ready for release.
  • Develop and execute Test Plans for V&V, smoke/sanity, and regression testing
  • Create test plans and test cases which are written with automation handover in mind
  • Provide QA direction to QA resources and provide performance management feedback to QA management
  • Represent QA in product design, development, and testing meetings
  • Drive and support Agile practices assuring the team adheres to the established process
  • Coach and mentor junior QA peers to better understanding of QA principals and methodologies
  • Support and help establish QA best practices, efficiently find the root cause of defects, and build creative test approaches
  • Use your passion in coding and diagnostic testing to stress prototypes and suggest design improvements to deliver superior products
  • Efficiently execute test cases across all functional areas of our products
  • Review product user interface for conformity to design guidelines
  • Find, isolate, document, regress, and track bugs through resolution
  • Interpret and report testing results, and be a vocal proponent for quality in every phase of the development process
  • Support and spearhead best practices to enable smooth validation and verification efforts
  • Support enabling QA throughout the design lifecycle
  • Work with Software Development Engineers to understand the overall technical architecture and how each feature is implemented
  • Learn and understand our text fixtures
  • Assist Lab Management with the test fixtures development, configuration and validation
  • Ability to come to the office 2-3 times, we are employing a hybrid model, a week based on company’s needs
  • Work with Systems group supporting test management tool’s integration into release cycle.
  • Work with SQA Manager and SQA Automation Lead on handing over manual tests built in development to the automation team in a consistent fashion


  • Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or Equivalent (Masters preferred)
  • 4-6 years of experience working as a QA Engineer
  • 2+ years of experience testing embedded platform products
  • 2+ years of leadership experience (small teams)
  • Experience with communication protocols and interfaces such as TCP/IP, USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LTE
  • Experience with test management tools (Jama (preferred), Test Rail, XRAY, Zephyr or similar)
  • Experience working with Jira/Confluence
  • Experience working in agile/DevOps environments
  • Experience interacting with cross-organizational groups
  • Ability to engage and motivate team members
  • Exceptional creative problem-solving skills and attention to detail
  • Solid Communication Skills

Good To Have:

  • CI/CD and Jenkins experience
  • Experience with scripting languages (Python)
  • Familiarity with Pytest automation framework
  • Familiarity with REST API
  • Familiarity with LTE/NB-IoT
  • Experience working in Medical/Health Industry
  • Familiarity with the principles of risk management and ISO 14971, as well as other industry standards such as IEC 60601-1, and ISO 62366
  • Experience developing in an IEC 62304-compliant environment is a major plus
  • Experience using test equipment (Oscilloscope, Signal Generator, DMMs, PSU, SMU, etc.)
  • Familiarity with back-end / front-end cloud applications
  • Familiarity with FreeRTOS or similar real time operating system for microcontrollers


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