Endurance is seeking a highly motivated SDET Engineer for our Houston, TX or Austin, TX office. We're growing rapidly and have some exciting and aggressive product goals on the roadmap for this year and next,  We have multiple successful Scrum teams and are adding more quality engineering automation to those teams to help us achieve our goals.

You’ll be an integral part of each Scrum team where quality does matter.  We work very closely with our development partners and partners in user experience and marketing to make sure the product that goes out is what it should be for our customers and that they’re happy.

You will identify, troubleshoot, debug, and resolve defects in software while helping us strengthen our quality automation efforts.

Your experience in automation is critical.  Being innovative and creative is the kind of space that we have.  We're also looking for someone who will contribute to the project discovery process in a meaningful way and will identify ways to optimize our software products to provide for the needs of our enterprise scale business.

What you’ll do:

  • SQA and Test activities and deliverables for a scrum team
  • Creation and execution of Test plans, Test cases, and Test strategy
  • Contribute to the continuous improvement of quality processes including, Required Documentation, Testing Processes, and the overall quality of the Agile teams software
  • Write clear, well-formed, and effective test plans for testing software products following the accepted testing standards and using best software development practices
  • Lead team members in testing for high quality software products
  • Understand current advancements in web technologies
  • Create automated testing products and help guide the team with good quality automation practices
  • Demonstrate good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions

Who you are:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • 2+ years of experience in Software testing and Software Quality Assurance (QA), and experience with Automated, Manual, API, Data, Performance, Regression, and Functional testing
  • 2+ years in an Agile- Scrum
  • Ability to build relationships and implement change
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong working experience in Agile QA Processes and Projects
  • Proficient using testing tools like JIRA, Selenium, Bamboo, Jenkins and various scripting tools, including Javascript
  • Interfacing with offshore QA engineers is a must
  • Continuous education - staying up to date with testing tools and test strategies
  • Experience with both white and black box testing
  • Proven ability to create comprehensive test plans and test cases
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills

Why you’ll love us:

  • In this era of COVID-19, we believe in putting our employees first and keeping them safe.
  • We were one of the first technology companies to make significant changes to our office environments and team interactions, including mandatory working from home and safety procedures to enter our office space.
  • We are committed to not require any face-to-face interaction for our employees until the data shows it is entirely safe for our teams.
  • We relax with the best of ‘em. We play ping pong, chill with video games, reject the cube life in favor of open seating and spaces, and cultivate a relaxed office vibe that spurs creativity and innovation. 
  • Join the experts. If you’re passionate about Hosting and equally passionate about supporting businesses of all sizes, you won’t find a better spot to share your talent. 
  • We’ve got you covered. From 401k, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, casual dress code and excellent medical, dental, and vision - we’re there for you!



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