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Senior Software Engineer, QA Automation

Job description

Background

At numo, we incubate new “fintech” companies.  Our flagship product, indi, is growing rapidly and we are seeking a full stack software engineers to join our development team.

The Job

Here’s what you’ll be working on:

indi is one of a kind digital banking product targeted at self-employed customers who are part of the rapidly growing gig-economy space. We are building a product to address the challenges faced by those customers in a unique way.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Be an integral part of the development team across our technology stack which includes Scala, Python, Flutter, Dart and is hosted on AWS.
  • Be willing to learn new technologies. If you are not familiar with some or all of our tech stack, we will be happy to help you ramp up.
  • Design and build indi QA Automation by implementing test solutions and strategies
  • Work with product teams to expand automation coverage and refine our processes
  • Automate repeated tasks and build test coverage through existing or new infrastructure.
  • Write moderately complex code/scripts to test systems, implementing test harnesses and infrastructure as necessary.

We are looking for:

  • A computer science degree is desired, but not required if you have significant real-world experience
  • An engineer with real world experience developing automated tests for products. Ideally, at least 5+ years. 
  • Expertise in modern architectures & tools (e.g., micro services, REST, cucumber, etc.)
  • Experience building testing automation and Continuous Integration (CI) solutions.
  • Experience building automated mobile testing solutions for Android and iOS is an advantage
  • Passion for releasing quality software and ability to work independently on hard problems.

What numo offers

  • Competitive salary
  • Opportunity to own equity in indi
  • Cool office space at East Liberty
  • Great benefits

 

About numo

Part startup, part corporate innovation lab, part tech incubator. numo combines parts of these three worlds into a unique model for building new products. Launched in 2017, numo is an independent subsidiary of a Fortune 500 financial institution. We use our relationship with our parent company to source ideas and to help us incubate and test the best ideas quickly in the market. check out numo.com and goindi.com for more information. 

Our business model is unique. Working here is unique.

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