Company Description

Chili Piper is a B2B SaaS startup. We fuel today’s high-growth revenue teams. And our advanced routing and booking software make it possible for sales and marketing teams to book meetings instantly and generate more revenue while spending less.

We’re a certified unicorn breeder™ with amazing customers like RingCentral, Airbnb, Square, Intuit, Spotify, Twilio, and many other cool logos.

We’re growing fast. And we don’t mean that in the cliché way. We are sitting on fresh rounds of funding, and are ready to take over the world (in the most civil and appropriate way possible, of course).

Job Description

Chili Piper is seeking talented, motivated engineers to join our fully remote team building interactive data applications. As a part of a growing QA team, you will work with engineering and product teams to constantly improve our users' experience. You will also collaborate with others throughout our organization and technology stack to build products that are revolutionizing the way our clients achieve their business goals.

On the QA team, we feel strongly about building a product that meets highest quality expectation without significant drawbacks to time to market and overall development speed. We invite you to bring your experience and perspective to conversations about the future growth of our applications and environment. We work closely together, with a healthy and non-combative testing process aimed at improving products as well as developing each other’s skills.

What You'll Do 

  • Develop and execute test plans for the UI and backend services.

  • Create effective test strategies for the mission-critical services developed within the engineering team to improve products quality

  • Ensure continuous testing and monitoring of functionality, stability, performance, and accuracy of all components

  • Drive the development of automated tests

  • Contribute to the development of infrastructure and processes for scalable and maintainable testing on both internal and production environments

Qualifications

What We're Looking For

  • 3+ years of experience applying best practices in software development and testing

  • Strong coding skills in TypeScript, JS

  • Hands-on experience of working with DevOps procedures and tools (CI/CD)

  • Experience with setting up and improving automated testing using Cypress

  • Experience with test data management and test case management.

Additional Skills 

  • Passion for Chili Piper Values of Help, Innovate, Have Fun

  • Thrive in a fast pace environment with ability to prioritize and multi-task on the fly

  • Resourcefulness, creativity and strategic thinking for troubleshooting problems

  • Self motivated and self-directed; Fast learner

  • Strong English communication and documentation skills

  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment in which the requirements are not always well defined and priorities change frequently

  • Strong attention to detail and documentation

  • Comfortable in supporting and working with global customers across many time zones

Additional Information

How We Work

  • Freedom and flexibility. We’re a 100% distributed team working from around the world. Our team members can work from wherever they want in the world, as long as they show up on our weekly all hands meeting on Zoom.

  • Solve interesting problems. The software landscape has exploded. There are dozens of solutions for each problem. We want to be different. We come up with new angles on existing problems or invent better solutions to help companies with their sales and marketing. Then we turn these ideas into beautiful, smart software.

  • Autonomy and ownership. Working on a distributed team means you don’t have someone micromanaging you or looking over your shoulder to make sure you’re getting things done. We’re a team of do-ers who take full ownership for their results.

  • Be helpful. Our first value as a company is help. Help our customers be successful. Help our prospects get the right information and make the right decision whether or not it includes our products. Help our team members reach their full potential.

The Perks

  • Unlimited Vacation

  • Generous Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance

  • WeWork membership so you can work from anywhere

  • Any equipment/software/tech that you need to do your job

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