Interpreta is a dynamic company led by a highly successful team of successful entrepreneurs with an industry-renowned track record.  We are at the cutting edge of real-time Clinical and Genomic Analytics, an area experiencing explosive growth.  

Be part of the team that is reshaping the future of Healthcare while creating a blockbuster company. The Interpreta solution is a cloud-based software solution that provides immediate financial value to healthcare payers and insurers, as well as healthcare providers, while greatly improving patient care and outcomes.  Through continuous daily analysis we are defining the new standard in the quality of care.  

To realize this vision, we are recruiting top shelf talent.  Interpreta seeks a highly qualified candidate for the position of QA Automation Engineer.

Summary: This position will design and implement components of an automated test framework for the clinical analytics development team.


Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Develop and execute automated functional, security, performance, compatibility, and data integrity tests
  • Assist with the ETL Process
  • Collaborate with product owners, developers, and QA to design and develop new automation tools
  • Assist QA engineers with new test designs and cases
  • Assist developers with bug fixes and design enhancements
  • Assist DevOps with troubleshooting of configuration issues and triaging of production bugs
  • Compose documentation on new software features for engineering and operations teams
  • Identify opportunities to improve test practices; drive improvements from concept to implementation, including roll-out and team education
  • Enhance automation through all phases of the development lifecycle; assist configuration manager with build, deployment, and test framework automation tasks
  • Cultivate a deep familiarity with the code base


Job Qualifications


  • 5-7 years of relevant software development and testing experience
  • Performance style experience in software development in moving large amounts of data to a pre-built database
  • Experience with C/C++ on Linux/UNIX platforms
  • Experience with MongoDB and/or SQL
  • Experience with JavaScript
  • Experience using Java and Selenium in Eclipse
  • Experience with open source software and tools
  • Experience with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery tools and philosophy
  • Exposure in CMS and NCQA (Desired)
  • Familiarity with structured and object-oriented paradigms as well as design patterns and methods
  • Strong critical thinking and oral communication skills
  • Ability to adapt to rapid changes
  • Must be available for weekend devops support



  • Bachelors in Computer Science or related major preferred.
    • Will substitute 5-7 years of verifiable work experience

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