About Us

Ready was founded in 2016 with the mission of giving patients direct access to healthcare professionals in their homes and giving Responders the opportunity to provide care in their communities. Responders travel to patient homes seeking non-emergency medical attention, utilizing technology to connect with advanced providers.

With Ready, patients now have access to quality care in their homes, 16 hours a day, 365 days a year, and talented individuals are provided the opportunity to work with a rapidly growing, mission-driven company. We are in-network with most major insurance companies in the markets we serve. Ready is backed by leading investors including Deerfield Management, Google Ventures, Town Hall Ventures, Frist Cressey Ventures, Founders Fund, and others.

About the Role

Ready is looking for a QA Specialist to test new product features and ensure they’re delivered on-time with the highest quality. Since we are a growing team, you will need to be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment at every level of QA (i.e., performing daily verification and writing test cases while signing off on releases). You will work very closely with our product managers, developers, and designers across multiple teams, ultimately ensuring that we are able to effectively deliver care to our patients.

What You'll Do

  • Identify bugs, troubleshoot with engineers and write detailed steps to reproduce them
  • Verify Jira tickets for multiple products (e.g., stories, features, tasks, and bugs)
  • Actively participate in daily standups and sprint planning sessions
  • Gain a deep understanding of how our products work from both a user perspective and a code perspective
  • Build out various types of test suites for our products, including system-level regression test suites and smoke test suites
  • Apply validation criteria in addition to verification criteria to our products (i.e., determine what our users need from a particular workflow or feature set that may not be explicitly stated in a Jira ticket)
  • Monitor network requests and parse through console logs to determine the cause of issues
  • Approve the release of scheduled production deploys
  • Coordinate your efforts with our QA team, engineers, designers, and product managers

What You’ll Need

  • A minimum of 4 years in tech-focused verification & validation
  • A technical background and familiarity with software engineering
  • Experience working with cross-functional teams (e.g, engineering, design, product, etc.)
  • Ability to not only identify and define issues in a product but to also identify the likely reasons for those issues as well as potential solutions
  • Experience in cross-platform QA (i.e., Web, Android, iOS)
  • Experience performing end-to-end testing that spans multiple products
  • Experience working with Jira in an agile environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail while being able to multitask
  • Excellent pattern recognition, problem solving, and deduction skills
  • A track record of successfully working autonomously
  • High emotional intelligence and a history of working well with different types of people and different personalities
  • Experience with HIPAA and handling PHI is preferred
  • Experience working with databases (e.g., DynamoDB, PostgreSQL) is preferred
  • Experience with automation frameworks or the desire to learn is preferred
  • Experience working remotely is preferred

What You’ll Get

  • Competitive benefits and paid time off
  • Friendly, fun and mission-driven environment
  • Company sponsored events
  • Access to continuing education and professional development courses

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Please click here for the notice required by the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

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