HealthKit Software QA Engineer

Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
Software and Services

Summary

Posted:
Weekly Hours: 40
Role Number: 200105930
The Health Software QA team is seeking a QA Engineer to help us ensure that our HealthKit Framework is high quality and user-focused. We're looking for critical thinkers who would like to play a key role in qualifying the frameworks that support our iOS and watchOS applications. We practice​ agile, fast-paced development that relies heavily on a tight relationship between Engineering and QA. We are looking for a teammate who will be comfortable scoping and bringing up new test plans, executing manual test passes, and improving testing procedures.

Key Qualifications

  • 2+ years of experience working in Software Quality Assurance
  • Experience performing ad-hoc testing on Unix based systems to investigate and debug difficult problems and independently work towards results
  • A passion for health and health-related​ technology
  • Creative thinker and strong problem solver with meticulous attention to detail
  • An enthusiasm for user-focused design & high-quality technology
  • At ease and adaptable in a dynamic and informal environment
  • Highly organized, creative, motivated, and passionate about achieving results
  • Excellent communication skills are a requirement to facilitate close interaction with development teams, management, and other organizations within Apple

Description

In this position,​ you will need to be self-motivated with strong technical and social skills. You will handle responsibilities such as the functional testing of the HealthKit framework. Your responsibilities will include the design and implementation of test plans and test cases, risk analysis, & integration testing across the system.

Education & Experience

BS in Computer Science or equivalent on-the-job experience in QA

Additional Requirements

  • Prior experience with framework testing
  • Comfortable with using command line tools
  • Background with validating and debugging iOS applications