We are security and web experts, pioneers, evangelists, and elite researchers. We believe in the power of the Internet to be a positive force; our mission is to protect every website and mobile app from cybercriminals. Shape’s founders fought cybercrime at the Pentagon, Google, and other leading security companies. We are backed by some of the most prominent leaders and investors in the technology industry including Kleiner Perkins, Google Ventures, and more. Come be a part of our unparalleled team that is responsible for making the Internet a safer place for everyone.
The Security Services engineering team at Shape is looking for a highly motivated QA engineer to help us test and deliver exceptional products. You will become a champion for quality, and help set our already-high bar for customer delight even higher. This is a role with substantial opportunity to learn, grow, and expand your skill set.
Develop & maintain automated test suites for business-critical web applications
Work side-by-side with the development team to ensure continuous delivery of high quality code
Identify and eliminate bottlenecks in manual processes using automation
Create test plans, define testing strategies, and collaborate with QA resources from other teams
Good understanding of the web and web technologies (HTTP, using browser DevTools, etc.)
Experience with browser automation / testing tools and building testing frameworks (headless Chrome/Puppeteer, Selenium, etc.)
Experience with general purpose testing frameworks (JUnit, TestNG, etc)
Experience with CI and automation tools (Jenkins, Travis CI, etc)
Passion for delighting your users through quality software
Eager to learn new technologies
A love for uncovering and fixing those elusive bugs no one else can solve
Experience working with cloud infrastructure platforms like AWS and GCP
Background in computer security
Shape in the news
Shape Security eyes IPO after raising $51 million at $1 billion valuation:
The world’s leading financial, retail and travel companies and government agencies rely on Shape Security as their primary line of defense against fraud and attacks on their web and mobile applications. The Shape platform, covered by 45 patents, was designed to stop the most dangerous application attacks enabled by cybercriminal fraud tools, including credential stuffing (account takeover), product scraping, unauthorized aggregation, and other threats. Shape has prevented over $1 billion in fraud losses for its customers and protects more than 1.3 billion user accounts. Shape is headed by industry leaders from Google, Cisco, IBM, Raytheon, Palo Alto Networks, and the Pentagon.