Force Therapeutics is reimagining how patients recover from injury and surgery. We partner with leading health systems across the U.S. to deliver virtual prescriptive plans of care to their patients, measure multiple clinical data points, and provide actionable insights into their care and recovery. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increased need for remote patient care solutions across all aspects of health care.  Force is uniquely prepared to help patients in this unprecedented environment, given our 10 years in business. 

We are hiring a Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer to join our growing Engineering team. As our team grows, we aim to hire passionate, dedicated people who believe in our mission and want to join a collaborative and supportive team. We are a group of dynamic people, brought together by our company mission and foundational values.

Responsibilities:

  • Accelerate the QA team with fresh, valued ideas in order to better test our product (in all aspects) before it gets to production
  • Expand test coverage by writing user flow, regression test scripts using Cypress (a Javascript end-to-end testing framework)
  • Plan and program automated load testing and performance testing suites
  • Vet developer-written back-end unit tests and advising on points on expanded coverage
  • Run our application locally via Docker
  • Use Jira to track and locate bugs/defects
  • Assess code coverage of our testing suite
  • Determine gaps in testing coverage and workflow based on adept collaboration with our Product team and highly technical Engineering team

Skill Requirements: 

  • BS/MS degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field 
  • Proficiency with Git and Docker devops tools
  • Proficiency with Python and Javascript (any other languages a plus)
  • Beyond basic understanding in Django-REST Frameworks, API’s, SQL databases, Celery, Jenkins, AWS, Node Package Manager, all of which we interact with daily
  • Understanding of varied devops architectures and steps to get to full Continuous Deployment from a QA perspective

Key Requirements:

  • User-driven mindset
  • Detail oriented, strong analytical skills, and tech savvy 
  • Highly motivated individual who is able to work autonomously and drive the team in new, efficient directions
  • Multitasker comfortable working in an agile environment
  • Prior experience working on the Engineering team of a full-scale production application 
  • Prior experience in test automation and Quality Assurance field is a plus

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