We’re looking for an energetic and passionate Software Quality Engineer to join our team. You will help build a SaaS product that enables researchers and analysts to explore and draw security insights from the most trusted and credible internet data that exists (ours)! Censys processes terabytes of network data everyday---it’s your job to help us leverage that data to provide valuable insights for our customers by building a rock solid service.

Our ideal QA Engineer will have an eye towards delivery and customer experience, and have experience in planning and executing software and web application testing in an Agile environment. You’ll have experience designing, writing and executing test cases efficiently, are eager to debug systems you haven’t seen before, and can work iteratively and cross-functionally towards shipping a product. 

This job is a good fit if you can:

  • Thrive in a fast paced startup environment where changes happen quickly
  • Contribute to our culture of learning. Take ownership of issues, admit mistakes, and work to improve over time.
  • Operate and contribute effectively as part of a team where we work together to solve problems

If you prefer to operate within a strictly defined boundary and require defined processes and detailed procedures to operate effectively, this job is not for you. 

What You Will Do:

  • Partner with product, design, and data engineering to translate Censys data into a new product where you are the quality advocate
  • Test dashboards and alerting APIs that leverage Censys data to expose security-relevant information about a customer’s network
  • Design, develop and execute automated tests for company products, as well as taking part in defect management and review product documentation
  • Design automated solutions for testing applications in a continuous integration environment where test cases can be executed by the build system
  • Measure test coverage and other quality metrics that will allow us to improve quality over time and identify potential gaps in testing

What Skills You Might Have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or equivalent experience
  • You have been testing web applications professionally for 5+ years.
  • Experience in automated web application, CLI, API and backend testing as part of an Agile team
  • Experience with test automation tools and frameworks such as TODO
  • You are a strong communicator for both technical and strategic quality issues to a cross-functional team

We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Censys is an equal opportunity employer.

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