Data QA Engineer

Bethesda, MD

100% Remote

Full Time

$100k - $130k

Job Description

This company is a technology-powered financial services company that provides working capital to small and mid-sized business in the US. They offer small and medium business loan programs for business owners in a variety of industries. By utilizing the company’s mobile and web platform, customers can apply, manage, and pay off their loans with ease and convenience. Apart from the Quicken Loans and Rocket Mortgage family, this company is the 4th largest small business lender in the country. During COVID, they partnered up with government agencies to provide PPP (paycheck protection program) loans to struggling business as well.

They are hiring for a Data QA engineer to deliver backend testing in a Microsoft SQL environment and create appropriate test scenarios and support documents. In this role, you'll be responsible for improving the quality of a variety of software, doing both manual and automated testing. This individual will be expected to work independently and will minimal guidance at times, but will also be working with developers, business analysts, and end users. The tech stack you will be using is Java, Selenium WebDriver, Cucumber, Git, Azure Devops, and Jenkins. 

They have a tightknit, supportive culture and were ranked in the top workplaces in the DC metro area. Along with a competitive base salary, they offer PTO, 401(k), and great health benefits. They are based out of Bethesda, MD, but the role is fully remote.

Required Skills & Experience
  • 3+ years of professional, quality assurance engineering experience
  • Expert experience with SQL
  • Experience with Java
  • Experience with Selenium WebDriver
  • Experience with Cucumber
Desired Skills & Experience
  • BS/MS in computer science or a related field
  • Experience with Web Services 
The Offer
  • Competitive Salary: Up to $120K/year, DOE

You will receive the following benefits:

  • PTO
  • 401(k)
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance plans
  • 100% remote model

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.


Posted by: Brittany Lockwood