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Software Engineer In Test

About Study.com

We are a profitable, fast growing technology company on a mission to make education accessible. Our focus is to simplify and accelerate learning and help people unlock opportunities for a better future.

Study.com helps over 30 million students and teachers each month improve grades, gain career skills and earn college credit through our video-based micro-learning platform.  We’ve built our platform from the ground up, leveraging data and technology to make the entire learning process simple and engaging.

As a fast growing, independent company, our employees have a direct impact on company direction and results. We are looking for passionate, talented individuals to join our team, so we can have an even bigger impact towards our mission.

We are located in the heart of downtown Mountain View, just a few steps from the Caltrain station. We only hire top talent, so those who pass our rigorous interview process will find themselves as part of one of the brightest and most innovative teams in Silicon Valley.

We have a culture of social responsibility. As we continue to generate profits, we give back to the community through our Working Scholars scholarship program that helps hundreds of low-income workers in the Bay Area earn a bachelor’s degree at no cost and achieve economic and career mobility. We also donate to charitable organizations that help provide open access to information and education throughout the poorest regions of the world.

Study.com was recently ranked as an Inc. Best Place to Work!  Come join us on our mission and make a difference.

About the Java Software Engineer in Test Position

 

Study.com is seeking a proactive, data-driven and detail-oriented engineer to challenge our small, cross-functional teams to reach ever-higher levels of quality through test automation and analysis.

The successful Java Software Engineer in Test knows and loves working with the latest software stacks and test automation frameworks, can utilize multidimensional test data sets, draw from experience to impact our platform, is passionate about education and can deliver thorough test results in a fast pace environment. Study.com has a culture of getting things done, and demands exceptional collaboration across its engineering and product teams.

The Java Software Engineer in Test is a technical position that requires experience writing Java code.

Responsibilities:

  • Actively work alongside other team members to increase quality through the entire SDLC
  • Lead and organize team test plan and test case development
  • Execute tests, identify and communicate defects and risks, including trends
  • Apply best practices in day to day testing using comprehensive test data and our automation suite
  • Enhance automated test suites and tools to meet business needs with respect to functionality, performance, scalability and other quality goals

Requirements:

  • At least 4+ years of hands-on quality assurance work with web-based applications
  • At least 4+ years of hands-on experience using Java
  • Experience testing web/eCommerce applications constructed using modern web frameworks such as Angular, React, JQuery and related technologies
  • Excellent Java programming and debugging skills, including experience with test automation tools and libraries such as Selenium, TestNG and JMeter
  • Experience with REST API and Service testing
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including excellent team collaboration
  • BS or MS in Computer Science or a related field

Preferred Requirements:

  • Experience with test automation infrastructure development
  • Hands-on testing experience with mobile apps
  • Scripting using Shell, Python, or Groovy
  • Great sense of time and priority management

Why work for Study.com?

  • Help make education accessible to people who need it
  • Enjoy a fun, casual and collaborative working environment
  • Join a profitable and financially stable company
  • Help guide company decisions and direction
  • See results of your work in days, not years
  • Have your work impact 30+ million students and teachers each month
  • Work with other talented and passionate team members

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation
  • 401(k) retirement plan with employer matching
  • 20 days of flexible paid time off annually (increases to 30 days over 5 years)
  • Additional 10 paid holidays annually
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans
  • Fully subsidized Caltrain pass
  • Tuition reimbursement and gift matching programs
  • Stocked kitchen and beverages provided
  • Company sponsored gym memberships
  • Happy hours and many fun company events to celebrate accomplishments

Study.com provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran or disability status. In addition to federal law requirements, Study.com complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.  Additionally, qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered for the position in accordance with applicable state and local laws.

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