The Senior Quality Assurance Specialist will be responsible for all aspects of product testing and quality assurance for Vimeo’s OTT Services Platform, VHX. This individual should have an deep understanding of product development and testing cycles, a strong attention to detail, understand the importance of quality both from an engineering and design perspective, and the ability to clearly communicate across departments. Are you passionate about releasing highly fine-tuned products? If so, we’re looking for you!

What we're looking for:

  • Test user interactions across the VHX platform
  • Create and execute test cases for all new features as well as provide testing for product release candidates
  • Maintain test documentation
  • Triage inbound defect pipeline
  • Ongoing optimization of the QA processes
  • Create and execute test cases on apps currently in production
  • Assist both front-end and backend engineers in writing tests and increasing code coverage
  • Identify, investigate, file, and track bugs and coordinate bug fix verification with engineering
  • Work closely with product managers, developers and designers to ship products of great quality
  • Assist the community support team to investigate support cases

What we're expecting:

  • 3+ years in Quality Assurance role for a software/tech company
  • Experience in cross-platform and cross-browser testing
  • Experience with debugging
  • Amazing written, verbal, presentation, and interpersonal communications skills
  • Must be proficient in web technologies
  • Proactive and highly disciplined approach to work
  • Experience with automation tools

Bonus points:

  • Experience working in GitHub
  • A deep-seated passion for video
  • Aptitude to learn

About Vimeo & the VHX team:

Vimeo is building the largest open video platform in the world without interruptive advertising. The company is in an exciting new phase of growth with three core lines of business: Creator Platform (premium video hosting and creator tools), OTT Services (VHX), and Entertainment (the consumer-facing video marketplace). Vimeo, via its VHX platform, provides an end-to-end technology solution for individual creators, niche programmers and major media partners building and distributing premium over-the-top (OTT) video channels (think Netflix in-a-box!). We work very closely with individual creators all the way up to enterprise sellers. With over one hundred subscription channels with over 40 apps on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android, and Roku, VHX focuses on the core technology while our sellers focus on what they do best: making content. We believe we can build a platform that is powerful and customizable enough to serve as the backbone to all premium video networks across the globe.

About the VHX Engineering team:

We’re an agile, test-driven team that works in two-week sprints. Some of our challenges and opportunities include: building robust, cross-platform APIs to power next generation video networks, building a better-than-Netflix customer video experience, expanding to more platforms and devices, and scaling out our service-oriented architecture. In our spare time, we focus on code pairing, three day hackathons, opportunities to build new features that push the product forward, dev talks, inclusion on product roadmap decisions, and drink too much seltzer.

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