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Senior Test Engineer

Remote (North America)

Engineering

Do you like to push the limits of software to see where it breaks? Are you passionate about continually driving quality improvement on a product? We are looking for someone with strong testing skills to join our QA team as we gear up for expansion into new countries.

This role is a remote position based in the U.S.

Your main responsibilities will include

  • Write test cases for upcoming features before development begins
  • Write automated tests in C#/SpecFlow
  •  Review automated tests submitted by developers for correctness and completeness
  • Prioritize tests based on business and technical risks
  • Educate and technically mentor other engineers to help them appreciate the role quality plays
    in an organization
  • Create/Execute manual and automated tests

You have/are:

  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent with 5+ years relevant work experience
  • Past experience with distributed/remote teams
  • Working knowledge of basic agile principles
  • Understanding and experience working with ETL processes

You know our technology Stack

● SpecFlow
● Cucumber
● Cypress
● Node.js, AngularJS
● Postman & cURL
● MySQL
● Event Sourcing databases
● SumoLogic
● Hangfire
● Microservices and Service Oriented Architecture
● AWS (EC2, S3)
● Continuous integration, specifically with VSTS

What we offer:

  • Paid medical benefits for you and your family
  • Competitive salary and equity
  • The latest tech and tools to get the job done your way
  • Flexible and remote working when needed
  • Unlimited PTO policy, paid holidays, and your birthday off 

About Trov

Trov is the world's leading insurance technology platform, enabling the new ways people live, work, and move. Its robust insurtech platform empowers financial institutions and insurance incumbents to rapidly deploy modern solutions for homeowners, renters, drivers, small businesses and more. Its technology-enabled brokerage combines powerful software with bespoke insurance products to solve the complex risk management issues facing companies in emerging mobility. Trov's customers include industry leaders such as Waymo, Groupe PSA, Lloyds Banking Group, and Suncorp, amongst others.

Founded in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Scott Walchek, Trov has raised over $114 million from leading VC's and strategic partners. The company is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and maintains offices in New York and London, along with remote engineering team located primarily in North America. For more information, please visit www.trov.com.

 

 

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