Who are we?
Vestwell provides every employee in America with access to a retirement account by removing the friction points financial advisors and companies have in establishing and maintaining defined contribution & benefit programs. We look out for everyones best interest, including financial advisors, companies and employees.
Vestwell is at the forefront of a wave of change in a $6 trillion 401(k) market; creating a new platform that lowers fees and ensures that individuals retire wealthier. Weve raised some money from great investors in the Fintech and Finserv world to achieve this goal and are already getting a great response from customers.
Who are we looking for?
Vestwell is looking to hire a talented QA Automation Engineer (Level 2) to join our growing tech team in New York City. You are first and foremost a problem solver who focuses on improving the quality of software that we deliver. Coding plays a crucial role in your problem-solving tool box, whether that be writing automated test cases for specific features, or enhancing and expanding our regression testing frameworks.
As part of our agile software development team, you will be working closely with our Director of Test Engineering and our Product Managers team to define acceptance criteria and implement new test scenarios. There is plenty of room for growth as you enhance a modern codebase and help with additional QA-centric DevOps responsibilities. Our QA infrastructure is built on Docker and Jenkins so familiarity with these technologies will go a long way.
What will you be doing at Vestwell?
Your primary responsibility on a day-to-day basis will be to extend and improve our Protractor/Node.js test automation framework, make this codebase your own, and continually augment it as new features are rolled out.
Also in your tool box you would ideally have experience working with some load testing frameworks like Artillery (node) or Jmeter (java) as well as DevOps (Jenkins setup, github automation integrations, digging through production logs to reproduce issues etc).