Peloton's SDET team is looking for an experienced, well-rounded SDET to work with our e-commerce and user experience teams. We believe quality starts early in the process and that it’s every team member’s responsibility to produce high-quality products. You will work closely with developers, product owners, program managers and designers helping teams cultivate a quality mindset, coach and advocate for great user experience while assisting teams with software testing best practices.

 Required Experience:

  • 4+ years of hands-on experience working with test automation tools for visual, UI, API, contract testing
  • Proficient in at least one modern programming language such as Python, JavaScript, Kotlin, Java, Typescript etc.
  • Have solid understanding of Git workflow
  • Have experience in architecting and implementing test automation solutions and frameworks for complex front end and back end systems
  • Have experience collaborating with developers on test automation scenarios, by pairing, reviewing unit tests and coaching on testing best practices
  • Understand and advocate for CI/CD with experience with tools like Jenkins, CircleCI etc
  • Have a user first mindset. Our SDETs are advocates for user experiences that delight our customers
  • Have experience working with cross-functional agile teams and delivering products, collaborating with Design, UX, Project Management, and Product Management.
  • Have ability to accomplish complex engineering tasks independently and capacity to work in a high growth, fast-paced environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work with engineers and product managers to understand test automation coverage,  create, implement, maintain and improve testing approaches for our web and backend products and ensure appropriate coverage across all levels of testing including unit, integration and E2E tests
  • Help in driving adoption of best practices in testing and in maintainability
  • Provide technical testing as well as your user mindset expertise from project inception 
  • Help the team to develop rich test ideas, scenarios and experiments that yield an in-depth coverage of systems under test (well above and beyond positive, negative and edge cases)
  • Be an integral part of the agile development workflow and an advocate for testing and code quality within the engineering teams you work with, from standups to sprint planning to backlog refinement and long-term planning 
  • Be able to act as release-engineer for cross functional teams

Bonus points if you

  • Have experience working with Cypress and Pytest
  • Experience with API (monolith and service architecture) testing, contract testing, and Visual testing
  • Working experience with setting up and configuring CI tools like Jenkins or CircleCI

About Peloton:

Founded in 2012, Peloton has transformed the at-home fitness experience by creating a bike that merges high-design with modern technology to provide access to live streaming and on demand indoor cycling classes led by elite instructors. With a state of the art studio, the best instructors and content distribution, Peloton delivers an intense high-energy workout that motivates, while positively changing the mind and body.

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