Sema4 is a health information company founded on the idea that more information, deeper analysis, and increased engagement will improve the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. A Mount Sinai Health System venture based in Stamford, Conn., Sema4 is enabling physicians and consumers to more seamlessly engage the digital universe of data, from genetic test results and clinical records to wearable sensor metrics and more. The company currently offers advanced genome-based diagnostics for reproductive health, oncology, and pharmacogenomics, and is building predictive models of disease biology. Sema4 believes that patients should be treated as partners, and that data should be shared for the benefit of all.
Product Engineering—alongside clinical and big data—is one of three software disciplines at Sema4. We focus on the software used by patients, healthcare providers, partners, and payers. Sema4 seeks a talented Software Quality Engineer to help us change the way healthcare is delivered.
Build test infrastructure across multiple channels including web, mobile, service layers, back-end, and integration
Deeply embedded into the SDLC, the ideal candidate will be able to work closely and teach the development team on how to use this infrastructure to write tests themselves, creating an exponential improvement in the quality of our products.
Bachelor's Degree - Advanced Degree a plus
3+ years in a Quality Engineering role
Highly coachable and can take the vision and direction from our engineering leaders and make it a reality
Communicate clearly and often, both verbally and in writing
Experience shipping high quality software products (The healthcare tech space requires a standard of quality far higher than of traditional software products. The information we provide to our users affect their lives and thus our passion and processes for high quality software should reflect that)
Create tools and test infrastructure to ensure ownership of quality.
Facilitate testing in the development phase – Quality Engineers will use tools such as cypress.io to write UI tests AND teach the development team to use and write tests themselves, before their code is promoted.