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 QA Automation Architect, this is your chance to work with a passionate engineering team to solve the hard problems in test automation.  You’ll be the primary driver in scaling our test platform, keeping it stable and creating a test strategy to cover our ever-growing set of programs.  Collaborating with different product and feature teams to understand their goals, feature functionality and data needs will be key to your success. Working across groups and focusing on the big picture will be your charter. You’ll enhance our existing automation framework, evaluate and integrate new tools and develop solutions to augment QA and Development testing. Working 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.


  • Measure and improve system-wide stability and performance of automation initiatives
  • Drive the evaluation and adoption of test automation frameworks, tools and technologies across the organization
  • Work deeply with DevOps to drive efficiency, stability and improvement in our Continuous Integration (CI) environment
  • Design and implement a strategy for end-to-end automation across our complex, distributed system including multiple product lines
  • Collaborate across multiple product lines to align test implementation strategies
  • Write specialized testing tools for our software platform, as needed
  • Review estimates, test plans and automation implementation across the team providing feedback as necessary
  • Mentor automation engineers, providing constructive feedback
  • Collaborate with teammates in Development, Test and Product Management to design and implement test and validation strategies

Candidate Profile

  • BS degree in Engineering, Computer Science or a related field. In lieu of degree, relevant work experience and/or trade school is acceptable
  • Experience designing and implementing a Python automation framework from scratch for a product line
  • Active contributor to relevant open source software projects in the automation space
  • Deep experience automating and debugging production-level microservices architecture
  • Proven experience automating across surfaces including web, mobile and backend
  • Deep knowledge of of testing styles including BDD, TDD and others
  • Expert knowledge of object oriented programming, along with requisite coding and debugging skills  
  • Expert knowledge with Python programming language
  • Demonstrable experience across multiple programming languages such as Java, JavaScript, Scala
  • Expertise in software design principles, patterns, algorithms, data structures and multi-threading concepts  
  • Proven ability to translate both functional and non-functional requirements and use cases into working test plans and test cases with automation strategy
  • Experience building highly-automated environments using virtual and cloud resources, preferably AWS
  • 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 such as Kubernetes and Docker
  • Owner of a maintained open source project in the automation space
  • Published papers on testing automation theory or best practices


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