Blink Health is a well-funded healthcare technology company on a mission to make prescription drugs more accessible and affordable for everyone. We're scaling up in a highly complex vertical to change the way Americans access the prescription drugs they need.

Our proprietary platform and supply chain allows us to offer everyone — whether they have insurance or not — amazingly inexpensive prices on over 15,000 medications, in partnership with providers and pharmacies. With telemedicine and home delivery for prescriptions, Blink is providing a life-changing experience for people all over the country and fixing how opaque, unfair and overpriced healthcare has become. We are a highly collaborative team of builders and operators who invent new ways of working in an industry that historically has resisted innovation. Join us!

Success: 

  • You are a leader and a collaborator whose job is to establish testing strategy and direction for our product engineering teams; proactively instilling a quality culture in the engineering organization such that developers have ownership for delivering solid code for testing.
  • You love breaking software! You get a thrill from finding gaps and uncovering vulnerabilities.
  • You are energized by tackling big problems and find ways to solve them, using your knowledge and the inputs from a talented cross-functional team.
  • We value simplicity, pragmatism, a tendency to take action vs. wait for direction, and are passionate about delivering products that bring real value to our customers.

How to achieve success:

  • You believe in humans first, making a difference and doing the right thing for our customers, every day.
  • You are a problem solver who wants to deconstruct, reconstruct, and test assumptions.
  • You dive deep into what is happening, why, and seek to identify not just the easiest answer, but the best answer.
  • You work well in a fast-paced environment with the ability to multi-task and switch priorities quickly. 
  • You are comfortable with both hands-on testing and with establishing product engineering practices and standards.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team-oriented, collaborative environment with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and excellent relationship and collaboration with the team.

Desired Experience: 

  • 5+ years of increasingly complex QA and SDET execution and leadership in standard-setting, testing environment creation, creating and improving automated testing (including for mobile).
  • Experience establishing all-engineering guard rails, testing strategy, and defining standards and metrics for quality of execution.
  • Experience designing test automation suites from manual tests, across different platforms -- desktop, mobile web, and native apps.
  • Experience with Continuous Integration tools like CircleCI, Jenkins, TeamCity, Travis CI, or FastLane.
  • Extensive experience with end-to-end automation testing frameworks for testing JavaScript code like Cypress, Jest, Mocha, Nightwatch, Puppeteer,  or Selenium Webdriver. 
  • Ability to influence across multi-location engineering teams with experience in implementing and shaping the company’s QA processes and strategies.
  • Knowledge of unit and performance Database testing with RDBMS such as PostgreSQL and mySQL or NoSQL such as DynamoDB or Couchbase.
  • Solid experience with Rest API Automation Testing.
  • Demonstrated familiarity with modern programming languages (Python preferred).
  • Experience with Cypress, CircleCI,  Jmeter/Blazemeter, Jenkins, Selenium, Postman.
  • Experience with testing APIs and back-end scaling, functionality, and integration testing.
  • Experience working closely with scrum/agile teams to add in and modify acceptance criteria and test suites.

 

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