Whether they’re building great payment software or collaborating with a client, every CardFlight employee is committed to empowering small businesses to accept electronic payments with ease.  Our team works primarily remote in over 20 US states and is passionate about delivering easy to use software to help small businesses accept payments from their customers. Joining our team means that you will be part of a fast-growing startup, work collaboratively with others, and have a direct impact on the payments industry. Our signature product, SwipeSimple,  is used by 100,000+ small businesses across the country.

 

We’re currently looking for a Jr. QA Engineer that will take a key role on our location-neutral team. This role is on an independent QA team that tests releases together and also embeds its members on development teams throughout engineering. This individual will help to raise and maintain overall product quality by preventing and identifying bugs within our products. The technical challenges will be solved in CardFlight’s web stack (built on top of Ruby on Rails), the web front-end (javascript library called Preact, which is a lightweight version of React), iOS application (Swift with some legacy Objective C), Android application (Kotlin, both employing a MVVM architecture) and DevOps infrastructure is built on AWS, and CI/CD are handled via github actions. In this role, we also value attention to details, curiosity, and learning.

What You’ll Do

Ensure Engineering Ships Quality Software

  • Create, maintain and execute tests that allow others in the company to make decisions with regards to product quality
  • You will participate as a member of a team of engineers, helping your team to identify risks early and determine appropriate test approaches
  • Strengthen the efficiency and effectiveness of the testing practice by applying critical thinking and logic to your selection of test scenarios
  • Learn and leverage new technologies to efficiently address a variety of risks to quality

Promote Quality across the Organization 

  • Assist operations by replicating the behaviors of potential production bugs in order to effectively communicate with engineering
  • Have a passion for learning, continuously trying to gain new insights, and incorporating new ideas into your work
  • Your unique perspective will help drive a quality culture, preventing defects as much as detecting their existence
  • Advocate for quality improvements across the organization

Team Engagement

  • Get involved with company-wide meetings and outings
  • Collaborate with a team of QA professionals, sharing knowledge, practices, and ideas
  • Become immersed in the payments industry
  • Obtain and maintain a full understanding of our clients’ needs

What You’ll Bring to the Table

  • An ability to effectively communicate risks and issues to others to mitigate, prioritize or  address 
  • Excellent collaboration skills and self motivation to work independently 
  • A desire to explore and create new test scenarios based on a broad knowledge of systems, technology, and business processes
  • The ability to effectively handle problems and challenges
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Fundamental coding skills in one or more languages

Why You’ll Love CardFlight

  • Location-neutral work environment
  • Home-office equipment stipend
  • Flexible paid time off
  • Employee Engagement (Lunch & Learns, team building events)
  • Learning & Development culture
  • Competitive health benefits
  • Competitive compensation and company ownership/stock options
  • And more!!

At CardFlight, we lead with respect for one another, our customers and business partners, vendors, and prospective employees. Our objective is to ensure CardFlight team members are passionate about the growth of our company, supported in their personal growth and development, and connected to their colleagues. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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