Vesta Healthcare is a startup with a simple mission: helping the elderly, our parents, and grandparents - to continue living their lives at home and stay connected to their family and community. We monitor the home in real-time, identifying issues before they become health events, and helping connect those in need with those who can help.

Our technology platform includes home-based mobile applications, a clinical dashboard, and data analytics not previously available to health professionals.

We're raised our Series B (see press release here) and our goal in 2021 is 10x the revenue growth and double the number of states we are in. The company has raised $95M from top healthcare investors like OAK HC/FT, Deerfield Management, Optum Ventures, Lux Capital, Kaiser Permanente, Nationwide and others.


We’re a team of 12 engineers planning to double this year. We value good collaboration, positive feedback, and teamwork. Our favorite meeting is our biweekly blameless retros where we get to talk about what went well and what didn’t so we can improve on every cycle. Our team is distributed between Spain, Turkey, India and the US.


Here’s a link to our interview process - Link

Tldr - we value day-to-day type exercises over algorithms. Our interview process is simple and straightforward.


  • Backend: Service oriented with Java with Spring Boot / Dropwizard and PostgreSQL
  • Frontend: Typescript with React / React Native.
  • Infrastructure: ECS, RDS, Lambda, SQS, Kinesis, Cloudformation, and more
  • QA: Cypress for e2e and Detox for mobile


You are passionate about testing software that makes a difference and care deeply about being part of a team that includes product managers, designers, engineers, AND users.  In addition you have:

  • Drive and implement manual testing strategy.
  • Represent the Test perspective in product kickoffs, bi-monthly grooming sessions, daily standups and with critical code fixes.
  • Investigate failure, perform root cause analysis, and utilize Jira to create detailed, high quality error reports.
  • Assess the status of the release to make sure that the release goes out on time with high quality.
  • Help drive a test culture across the entire company, which includes following Agile testing principles, and retrospective to continuously review, implement, and communicate process improvements and quality metrics.


  • 3+ years of experience focused doing QA Automation for web and/or mobile products using tools like Selenium, Cypress, Detox or others. (required)
  • Extensive experience performing manual QA (required)
  • Experience working as a part of a team with Product, stakeholders and other Engineers.
  • Worked in two-week Sprint cycles
  • Desirable:
    • Start-up experience
    • Experience working with Continuous Integration


  • Health, dental, and vision insurance with a choice of many different plans/costs partially subsidized by us
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid Sick/personal days
  • ~10 paid holidays
  • One time reimbursement to set up your home office
  • Monthly reimbursement for internet or other home office expenses
  • Monthly gym reimbursement to be used for gyms, home equipment, online classes, etc
  • Basic Life & AD&D, Short-term and Long-term Disability Benefits paid fully by us
  • Voluntary benefits such as Pet, Home and Auto, Legal Insurance plus more
  • Pre-tax Flex Spending/Dependent Care/Transit accounts
  • 401k
  • Partial ownership of Vesta Healthcare via stock options


Vesta Healthcare is committed to leveraging the talent of a diverse workforce to create great opportunities for our business and our people. Vesta Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Candidates are selected without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation, in accordance with federal and state law.


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