CareMessage is hiring a

Remote QA Automation Engineer

New York, United States

CareMessage is looking for a QA Automation Engineer to help with manual and automated quality assurance of the CareMessage web application and API. You will be responsible for entire features and will be a full-time member of the CareMessage Engineering team. Our engineering team follows agile principles in a test driven development process. We are a remote first team that values open collaboration and shared ownership.


  • Design, write and execute automated and manual test plans for product features, ensuring optimal test coverage
  • Collaborate with engineering, design and product to ensure we provide a quality user experience for clinic staff
  • Reflect on and suggest improvements to existing QA processes to ensure team efficiency


  • 4+ years of professional experience with a programming language, JavaScript/Ruby
  • 3+ years of professional experience writing automated tests in JavaScript/Ruby and related tools such as Selenium, rspec, Protractor (for AngularJS) - JavaScript/Protractor preferred
  • 3+ years of experience in software quality assurance with an agile team
  • Ability to create well-written test cases and bug reports describing functionality
  • Experience with version control (GitHub), bug tracking (JIRA) and test case management (TestRail)

Desired, but not required

  • Tested a feature on multiple platforms and responsible for creating the entire test plan
  • Amazon web services or other cloud service providers
  • API, load and performance testing
  • HIPAA compliance and security/penetration testing 

Learn more about our remote culture on TheMuse

About CareMessage

CareMessage is a nonprofit organization using mobile technology to make underserved populations healthier. Healthcare organizations use CareMessage's patient engagement platform to remind, inform and educate over 1 million patients about primary care appointments, preventive care screenings, and disease self-management. Founded in 2012 at Stanford University, CareMessage has raised nearly $20 million from, William K. Bowes Jr. Foundation, Pershing Square Foundation, Y Combinator, the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Echoing Green, and others in an effort to build technology to solve problems in healthcare. You can learn more about our team by visiting our profile on The Muse.

Recent Press:

  • Profile in Morgan Stanley's "Perspectives in Philanthropy" magazine

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