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Airtable presents many unique challenges as a product that covers a wide range of use cases used by people of all backgrounds. As a Contract Quality Assurance Analyst you will develop test cases and debug issues that our users might encounter. You’re not just testing across devices and browsers, but across teams, applications, and use cases. There are regular product additions and improvements, so you’ll be able to shape and improve the Airtable experience for users everywhere.\n\n**What you'll do**\n* Moderate to high level understanding of how app's and websites work, understanding of API's, relational databases, and development frameworks.\n* Comfortable getting into dev console or looking at a stack trace to help debug an issue, and are able to reproduce complex bugs with minimal reproduction steps.\n* Has good product design and UX sensibilities, can build test plans that account for multiple use cases.\n* Takes initiative on opportunities to improve the QA process, and to expand test coverage and capabilities.\n* Is able to look at a change and see how it impacts user workflows and can anticipate pain points and suggest enhancements or provide workarounds.\n\n**Who you are**\n* You have two to four years of technical coursework and/or cumulative years of QA experience working with a technical team.\n* You can create flexible and reusable test cases that can cover a wide range of use cases and edge cases.\n* You understand that testing thoroughly is the key to provide best opportunity for multiple teams to succeed. You are comfortable working with other teams to understand common pain points and incorporate into new test scenarios.\n* You have empathy for your users (and your coworkers) and high emotional intelligence.\n* Nice to have: mobile testing experience a plus; familiarity with Java, Swift; willingness or ability to maintain automation tests (low to "no-code" alternatives are also ok); proficiency with formulas, or proficiency with Airtable.\n\n**About Airtable**\n\nAirtable is working on the next computer revolution: one where anyone – even without technical training – can create customized applications that fit their needs, build more interconnected teams, and take part in a growing community of people who share what they create. Founded in 2013 and headquartered in San Francisco, Airtable powers teams at more than 200,000 organizations around the world.\n\nOur recent Series D funding round, which included Thrive Capital, Coatue, and Benchmark, doubled our total investment to more than $350 million. And we're just getting started.\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US-only

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Hi future Likvido employee!\n\nAs the co-founder and Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of a very fast-growing startup: I need you.\n\nWe’re looking for a remote β€œdevelopment manager” / "product manager". This is basically β€œThe Right-Hand of the CTO”, as I need help with everything from speccing new tasks, testing tasks, answer questions from developers and even conceptualize new features.\n\nYOU DON’T HAVE TO BE ABLE TO CODE. However, It’s expected you’re the rare unicorn that is both technically very strong but also very good at communications, user experience and understands the business side of things.\n\nWhat are we doing:\nSince we launched Likvido in April 2018, we’ve absolutely nailed it. Not only do we now have 1.000+ customers - among many of the hottest startups and scaleups in Denmark - we also managed to get very serious funding, have very good unit economics and built a really cool technical platform. However, we’re just getting started.\n\nSo what are we doing?\nWe are solving the biggest reason for companies going bankrupt in Europe. You see, 19 % of all invoices are paid late, and roughly half of all bankruptcies are caused by lack of cash.\n\nLikvido is defining a new category we’re calling a β€œcustomer payment system”. Today you integrate Likvido with your accounting system, and then we automate sending out invoices, send our reminders, start debt collection and post back to the accounting system. Looking ahead, we will add financial products, give the whole organization access to our system and much more. In brief, we help companies get paid - on time - and forecast their cash flow.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n Your job responsibilities will be:\n\n- To maintain a high product quality, through both lots of testing of new features & continuously improve everything we have live\n- Ensure great performance by metrics such as: errors in logs, fast page-load, check request amounts\n- Release management and making sure new code goes live (without problems)\n- Help our CTO specify new tasks to our development team, and verify specification makes sense on all new tasks\n- Help our development team with questions on features\n- Be responsible for our internal IT support email\n \nTo make it concrete, during an average day, you could expect to do some of the following:\n\n- Testing a new feature made by a developer, and giving structured feedback (in Github)\n- Checking website speed and amount of requests (in Azure)\n- Testing a new release is ready to be rolled into production and then pulling the β€œrelease trigger!” (in Azure Devops)\n- Reply to support tickets from our internal support department (in Intercom), and realize we have a bug, that you specify a solution for our development team (in Github)\n- Help developers with questions about tasks (in Slack)\n- Get a few hours to come up with some examples of how a new type of page could look (concept development) \n\n# Requirements\nWe’re very open to your background, but the following is important to have in mind:\n\n- Fluent in English\n- Some kind of formal education in business, economy, communication, IT or marketing is required\n- You’re very detail oriented and structured\n- You’re IT-savvy. You should be able to: 1) download development programs & run applications from your computer 2) be open to learn SQL / databases if you don’t know it 3) use many different systems\n- You have a Windows computer or are OK with installing Bootcamp and running Windows when you work. Parallels is not good enough\n\nA big part of the job is providing feedback to our developers by testing and speccing. It’s also extremely important that you’re able to quickly understand what we do, so you can help us improve the product. It’s a huge plus if you’ve worked with SaaS (software-as-a-service) before, or has worked in accounting systems.\n\nIt’s also worth noting that we’re a startup with big ambitions. This also come with big expectations. We don’t expect you to work crazy Silicon Valley hours, but you should also expect to work significantly more than 40 hours per work.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide

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