Healthie offers infrastructure for next generation digital health organizations that provide virtual-first care. Our API-first and fully brandable suite of solutions - scheduling software, EMR, coaching tools, and client engagement - enables healthcare builders to launch and scale best-in-class experiences for their members. Our customers include prominent digital health companies that have raised $2B+ in venture capital and range from 5-person startups to multi-billion-dollar companies. In partnership with Healthie, they care for patients across the full spectrum — from preventative health & wellness to complex chronic care management, for millions of patients. Learn more about Healthie at: https://www.gethealthie.com/

We're growing quickly and are looking for an experienced QA Engineer to join our quality assurance team. You will work with our QA, Engineering, and Product teams to build and maintain product testing processes and ensure that we are continuously improving our QA processes within the company. Your work may include developing test strategies, drawing up test documents, identifying faults, and reviewing QA reports.

To ensure success as a QA Engineer you should have extensive experience in analytics, serving as an individual contributor in QA, high-level problem-solving skills, and the ability to project manage.

This is a full-time position
Location: Remote
Must reside in the U.S.

Salary DOE, from $80,000-$125,000

Benefits

Healthie offers a full slate of benefits including competitive salaries, stock options, medical, dental, vision, life and disability coverages, FSA, HSA, flexible vacation, a 401(k) plan with company matching, and a parental leave program. We also offer some not-so-standard benefits, including learning & development stipends, nutritional coaching, fitness membership budget, co-working subscriptions, a laptop plus equipment stipend, and Summer Fridays.

Healthie is committed to equal employment opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to and will not be discriminated against based on age, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or any other protected category. We're proud to be building a diverse and inclusive environment that encourages collaboration, creativity, and growth. Whatever your background, please apply if this is a role that would make you excited to come into work every day. 

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