A Senior Software Engineer in Test (SrSEIT) is a master of their craft. The SrSEIT takes ownership of the total quality of their team’s applications and services with little direction from management. They possess knowledge of all phases of testing within the SDLC, are effective communicators, and are proactive in test planning and execution.

You will work with software development, project management, product management, and support teams to improve the quality and performance of our applications. You will have a passion to ensure high-quality products and enjoy working in a highly collaborative environment where you are comfortable pursuing ideas that make our products and processes better. You see the larger context, understand the trade-offs between completeness in testing and the need to move forward, and can weigh risk effectively to make the right choices. You will identify what is the most practical approach for the given situation, and understand that the level of practicality needs to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Specific Duties

Responsible for the following:

  • Highly experienced and effective software tester
  • Lead the testing strategy for large projects/products
  • Understand risks and lead the team in assessing tradeoffs when it is not possible to test everything or automate every test
  • Ability to communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Provide understandable answers to technology related questions
  • Provide direction/self-direction – can be a mentor to junior SEITs
  • Take large projects and break them down into smaller tasks and estimate testing efforts
  • Influence process and cultural direction of their team
  • Aid in prioritizing tasks
  • Provide risk analysis and support for seamless product release
  • Develop metrics that measure the quality of our software development process and inform efforts to improve it


Successful candidates for the position must meet the following requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field of study or 4-6 yrs of equivalent experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Proven ability to meet challenging deadlines
  • Experience writing test plans

Additionally, the following is preferred:

  • Experience writing Requirements Traceability Matrix documents
  • Experience with SCM tools (eg, Mercurial, Git)
  • Experience working in an Agile or DevOps environment
  • Experience with Jira or similar tools
  • Experience testing web-based, REST APIs, and/or batch processing applications
  • Ability to solve problems creatively
  • Ability to review Java or Groovy test scripts is a plus
  • Experience authoring and executing SQL statements


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