At MyFitnessPal, we believe fitness starts with what you eat. We provide the tools and resources to reach your fitness goals. The QA Engineer will support our global testing team. This will include test analysis and design, manual test execution and feature QA. The QA Engineer will apply proven analytical and problem-solving skills to help validate software features through careful testing in order to maximize the benefit of business investments in IT initiatives. This person will partner with the Functional Areas team and IT to ensure testing goals, objectives, and expectations are effectively met across the organization.


What you’ll be doing:

  • Create detailed and well-structured test plans and test cases
  • Analyze the requirements
  • Perform features testing (including outdoor activities)
  • Verify bug fixes and create reports
  • Conduct manual testing
  • Work both independently and in close collaboration with others in the team and across the business
  • Assist in the development of change control processes, practices, and guidelines for new and existing technologies
  • Cultivate and disseminate knowledge of quality assurance best practices
  • Become an expert in MFP systems interfaces, processes, and reporting
  • Responsible for maintaining, researching updates, and supporting testing tools
  • Responsible for turning gathered requirements and BPPs (Business Process Procedures) into test cases and automated testing scripts for the purposes of verifying that the change meets business need
  • Openly perform reviews of the source code
  • Ability to spot an error in the code without execution
  • Develop and manage the CI/CD process

Qualifications to be successful in this role:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Science, and/or 3-5 years of manual QA testing experience, including integration, regression, load and UAT
  • 2-3 years of experience in software testing (WEB, Mobile, API)
  • Knowledge of development cycle for mobile/web applications
  • Knowledge of specifics of iOS and Android
  • Advanced level of Jira/Confluence knowledge
  • Experience in using TestRail or other test cases management systems
  • Basics of xCode/Android studio
  • Monitoring tools: xCode logs, adb logs, browsers dev tools
  • Knowledge of HTML proxy tools would be an advantage
  • Experience in unit testing, continuous code quality and code coverage analysis tools (SonarQube, JaCoCo)
  • Experience with white box testing, test lifecycle, test plans and test cases, understanding of the inner workings of the system under test
  • Operational knowledge in any of Java/Groovy/Python/C# programming languages
  • Hands-on experience using any of Junit/TestNg/Nunit/PyTest testing frameworks
  • Experience establishing a testing framework and infrastructure from scratch
  • Experience analyzing and debugging test failures to determine root cause

Please consider applying even if you don’t meet 100% of the qualifications. Research shows you can still be considered for a position if you meet some of the requirements. At MyFitnessPal, we’re building a fitness product for everyone and believe our team should reflect that. We encourage people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply.

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