• QA Automation Tester

    Location : Location US-VA-McLean
  • Overview is looking for a QA Tester, to add to our rapidly growing team. If you love innovation, here's your chance to make a career of it by advancing the digital identity ecosystem. We are seeking a talented QA tester who enjoys ensuring delivers quality products and the best possible user experience to your end users. Applicants should have a solid understanding of web applications, and an interest in Quality Assurance.


    • Test responsive web, iOS and Android applications
    • Write well-structured, reproducible steps when bugs are found
    • Work independently and collaboratively with other software and QA engineers
    • Learn how to write automated tests with Capybara and contribute to our Relevator testing tool.


    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Must be a team player with strong, self-managing work ethic.
    • Passion for quality software and improving the user experience of our end users
    • Familiarity with JIRA, 


    • Experience with automated testing tools (Capybara, Selenium, Saucelabs etc.)
    • Experience with Jenkins or settings up a CI pipeline
    • Passion for quality assurance, software engineering, learning and continuous integration.

  is a venture backed company in hyper-growth. We are adding about a new million users per month with more than 30,000 new users signing up per day. We have had negligible business customer churn since inception, and we almost always significantly upsell and cross-sell accounts after establishing a relationship.


    Our Mission:
    To make the world a more trusted place by enabling transparent and efficient interactions between people and organizations.


    Our Core Values:
    *Don’t be a jerk. *Always compete. *Ask questions like a 5-year old. *Inspire people with your passion. *Make something better every day. *Treat each customer like your favorite family member. *Own your mistakes so you can learn from them. *Details are everything. *Act like a scientist, not a talking head. *Be truthful (even when it’s hard). *Reflect’s values in your actions. *If the rule prevents the right outcome, then break the rule.



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