The Opportunity

Join a dynamic team of smart, driven engineers who take ownership and aren’t afraid to ask big questions, as we solve intriguing challenges in break-through digital healthcare engineering. With the best practices and technologies at our disposal, we have our eyes set on making a meaningful impact on the lives of millions of people suffering from a variety of health conditions.
 
If you’re an experienced Software Automation Engineer, this is your chance to work with the development team in building and executing comprehensive suites of automation test plans and cases. You’ll enhance our existing automation framework, automating tests of newly integrated features, and developing toolsets to augment QA and Development testing. Collaborating closely with software developers and other engineers in small scrum teams, you’ll deliver the highest-quality products in a timely and cost-effective manner, during a time of astronomical growth and product expansion.
 
See your ingenuity put to good use as you help lead the digital revolution of healthcare at one of the fastest growing companies in Silicon Valley. If you’re passionate about technical innovation and making a direct impact on people’s health and well-being, come join us at our downtown Mountain View office, just a few minutes’ walk from Castro Street.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and execute test plans and test cases with a strong emphasis on using code to solve technical challenges and shorten the test cycle through automation
  • Estimate test efforts, analyze and communicate test results 
  • Add to and improve our existing test automation framework, tools and technologies, to continually advance the quality bar
  • Write specialized testing tools for our software platform, as needed
  • Evaluate test cases for inclusion in regression
  • Collaborate with teammates in Development, Test and Product Management to design and implement test and validation strategies
  • Contribute to the maintenance and expansion of our Continuous Integration (CI) environment
  • Identify required improvements in the test and development processes; make contributions to our automation tools, successfully addressing specific needs
  • Participate in day-to-day QA activities

Candidate Profile

  • Experience with Selenium test automation frameworks
  • Experience with API test automation frameworks (REST, GRPC)
  • Experience with TDD automation frameworks (Cucumber)
  • Strong knowledge of object oriented programming, along with requisite coding and debugging skills  
  • Design and development skills in Scala, Java, or Python
  • A firm grasp of software design principles, patterns, algorithms, data structures and multi-threading concepts  
  • The proven ability to translate functional requirements and use cases into working test plans and test cases  
  • Experience building highly-automated environments using virtual and cloud resources
  • Knowledge of continuous integration practices, preferably using Jenkins, Hudson, or Bamboo  
  • Experience working in an agile environment  
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills  
  • A strong work ethic and an analytical mind
  • A Bachelors’ degree in Computer Science or a similar field  

 Impress us even more

  • Experience with container technologies like Docker
  • Experience with cloud computing services like AWS
  • The ability to work across both Windows and Linux
  • Demonstrated skill using coding standards and actively participating in code reviews

Why Join Livongo? 

Our Work Truly Matters:  135 million Americans live with chronic conditions and 20 percent of adults are dealing with a behavioral health issue. The associated costs are astronomical, and the system for receiving care is confusing and complex. 

Welcome to a new era of healthcare. Livongo pioneered the Applied Health Signals category to reduce complexity and costliness in the healthcare ecosystem, and silence Noisy Healthcare. Livongo members can seamlessly manage both behavioral and chronic conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, pre-diabetes, and weight management, on one platform. Leveraging data science and behavior enablement, this platform delivers actionable, personalized, and timely insights, at the moment of greatest impact.   

Make an Impact:  Top candidates are attracted to Livongo because they want their work to have impact. They want to accomplish something meaningful. Our innovations are making it easier for our members to stay healthy, with better information, personalized guidance, and less healthcare noise. Already serving more than 600 clients and over 150,000 members, Livongo is delivering unmatched clinical results, industry-leading member satisfaction, and demonstrated cost savings. In other words: yes, here you truly will make a difference. 

Focus on PEOPLE:  We take care of our members, our clients, and our employees, so success is guaranteed. We bring passion and excitement to the workplace, creating a fast-moving, collaborative and inspiring environment, powered by smart, fun, passionate individuals with wildly diverse professional backgrounds. 

Diversity and Inclusion:   Without a doubt, our inclusive environment has made us stronger, as a team and as a company. Our employment decisions are based solely on the candidate’s strengths and qualifications, and the way in which those strengths can directly contribute to the candidate’s success in their new position. For more information, see our EEO statement below. 

The Next Billion-Dollar Startup:  Our growth and innovation to-date has been news-making. We are on the threshold of very big things. Right now. This is the time to join Livongo. Come help us achieve our mission to make a tangible difference, for real people. 

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