Quality Engineer

August 24



At SafetyCulture, we help businesses get better everyday. As the operational heartbeat of working teams, our technology gives workers a voice and leaders the visibility to make smart decisions. We’re constantly evolving our platform, expanding into sensors/IoT, Machine Learning, Scalable and Event-Driven Architecture to name a few, but we believe there’s more to be done.  

Our mission – and your opportunity — is to help solve the challenges faced in an increasingly distributed workforce. In short, to shape Engineering excellence, nurture emerging Engineering talent and build out an inclusive, high-performing interdisciplinary team. 

Recently valued at AU$2.2Bn, we’re investing our resources into creating and shaping a better workplace for all. We are growing fast and looking for talented, self-motivated people that value collaboration, growth and learning to join our team. 

The role
As a Quality Engineer, you will facilitate communication across all of SafetyCulture with the intent of improving clarity and insight into the software development life cycle. Working as part of our Customer Facing Engineering you'll be working in a cross-functional team with Engineers, a Product Manager and a Product Designer.

How you can have an impact
As a Quality Engineer, you’ll have influence over the direction of the team and function. You’ll actively participate in initiatives aimed at improving the way we do things, experimenting with ways to become more efficient and productive, and bringing these learnings to the engineering leadership team. We encourage involvement in the community, open source work, attending talks and events, and experimenting with new technologies.

The teams
In Sydney we have teams developing and supporting our SaaS platform, working on extending the functionality and longer term strategic bets, including real-time incident reporting, analytics, and IoT. Each team has a co-located manager, product manager, designer, direct access to customers, and support from specialists in quality, SRE and specific technologies. Check out some of the things we’ve been doing in our blog.

What You’ll Be Doing

    • Influence our Software Engineers to become more efficient and productive
    • Be an advocator for testability and observability of the system
    • Contribute to evolving testing practices
    • Guide the development of a Quality Mindset within your team with the intent to impact positively on team health and quality culture
    • Drive quality strategy discussions, identify gaps, and highlight potential risks in the product roadmap
    • Extend automation frameworks and perform exploratory testing (on software, mobile apps and hardware)
    • Actively participate in the QE guild
    • Improve awareness and comprehension of different layers of testing ( i.e. Performance, API, UI, Unit testing)

What you’ll need

    • Familiarity with one modern coding language (ideally Golang or Javascript)
    • A growth mindset and focus on continuous improvement
    • Experience driving engineering excellence and best practice
    • Ability to communicate effectively with both technical and business stakeholders
    • Able to demonstrate SafetyCulture values (Think Customer, Open Honest Always, Better as a Team, Be Bold Bring Action)

Nice to have

    • Building and running SaaS or cloud services at scale
    • Agile delivery experience
    • Breadth of knowledge of a variety of platforms and approaches
    • Experience forecasting requirements for the team and capacity planning
    • A technical background relevant to one of our teams: IoT, API, Analytics, Task Engine, or Core Experience
    • Experience with Cloud Deployment

At SafetyCulture, we care about people and growing the team. Here’s a few ways we’re acting on our values

    • Flexible working arrangements. We encourage you to create the best work blend while working from your home and the local SafetyCulture office
    • You’ll have access to professional and personal training and development opportunities 
    • We’re a pet friendly workplace 
    • Hackathons - if you’re into them :) 
    • Workshops and Lunch & Learns from our leadership and industry experts
    • We also encourage you to get involved in the community, open source work, attending talks and events, and experimenting with new technologies; whatever floats your boat!

But wait, there’s more... You’ll also receive other perks such as:

    • Equity with high growth potential, and a competitive salary
    • Great food! Our In-house chefs will serve up fresh and healthful breakfast, lunch and unlimited snacks catering to all dietary requirements
    • Love coffee or tea? Our commercial espresso machine has you covered.  We also have beer and wine on tap, a pool table, board games, and books library
    • Wellbeing is key! We offer initiatives such as subsidised fitness programs, EAP services and generous parental leave policy
    • Last but not least, we celebrate quarterly and our teams love the annual ShipIt global offsite 
At SafetyCulture, we’re committed to building inclusive teams and cultivating a sense of belonging so our people can bring their whole authentic selves to work each day. We seek to make reasonable adjustments throughout our recruitment process to create an even playing field for all candidates. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the entire SafetyCulture team we’ve built an incredible culture which has seen us recognised as a Best Place to Work in Australia, the US and the UK. 

You can find out more about life at SafetyCulture via Youtube, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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