Day 3: Share a job listing that you find interesting or relevant to your career goals

I’ve been curious about the very broad range of roles and salaries that come up for SDETs and Senior Test Engineers, so I did a quick search and found this listing on LinkedIn just now: Freenome hiring Senior Software Test Engineer II, Analysis Pipeline (Remote) in South San Francisco, California, United States | LinkedIn

“Senior Software Test Engineer II, Analysis Pipeline (Remote)” has a fairly high salary band, but what strikes me is that the skill set overlaps strongly with high-level biology and medical knowledge. There are so many QA folks who overlap career-wise with fields outside of software, and that seems to me like an untapped opportunity for leverage in so many cases. It’s nice to see that this is a case of the opposite, where overlap is not just valued, but sought out.


I’ve stumbled upon an amazing job listing that I couldn’t wait to share with you all. :globe_with_meridians:

:link: [Link to the Job Listing] Quality Assurance Jobs in Crypto & Web3 (5 New) | CryptoJobsList

:pushpin: Job Title: Senior QA Engineer :office: Company:

:clipboard: Job Description Overview: Develop and execute test cases, plans, and procedures for web and mobile applications. And Perform stress testing on the platform

:star2: Why I Find This Job Listing Interesting: This job listing has caught my eye for several reasons. Firstly, it aligns perfectly with my long-term career goals. The responsibilities listed closely match my skillset and interests, making it an ideal fit. Secondly, the company’s reputation and mission resonate with my values and aspirations. I’m excited about the opportunity to contribute to their mission and grow both professionally and personally.

:mag: Additional Insights: Great company, strong mission, wonderful inclusive culture

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity! Click the link above to learn more about the position and start your journey towards an exciting career. Let’s chase those dreams together! :briefcase::stars:


All my attention is now on LinkedIn. I am looking for job offers right here. Because I’m changing my career, especially interested in internship in order to get practice. My target for today is TestDevLab Culture | TestDevLab.

  • they have internship program
  • they have mentorship program
  • “TestDevLab is proud to have many talented women in our professional team that are in all positions and at every seniority level”.

I don’t have a list of job that I am looking for, for several reason. I am more focused on job I am currently have now and what I am looking for in my current job.

  • Community

  • Quality issues that we can improve as domain or company


My dream role doesn’t exist yet, I have to create it myself. Since my goal is to combine the two worlds I adore - testing and veterinary medicine, my ideal role would be to work in a veterinary tech company. My bigger goal is to help develop tech solutions for vets in order to prevent burnout because that’s exactly what happened to me.

How do I get there? My plan is to contact all the companies directly and take it from there. :smiley_cat:


I’ve read this article and it’s really interesting New Year - New Job? Optimizing Your LinkedIn for Developer Success 🚀

When you done a job search like QA Engineer or Lead QA, it’s important to adapt or update your CV those tips are really good.

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I like this role at King - Senior QA Specialist | Shared Tech

It looks like it’s expired but I recently had a first stage interview with the developers on the team.

Seems like it’s related to the backend and testing the King products.

The role sounds interesting in terms of feeling involved with the developers. Seems like a manual testing role and automated role. Feels different from some of the games testing positions I’ve had in my career that mainly focus on the front end testing.

I like King’s office environment it looks like a fun company to work in. I don’t want to get too excited so I jinx it.

Hello, my dream job it’s a mix of QA Manager and QA Dean for Education inside an organization. I exclude roles where I see QA Manager hands-off, is quite impossible to be hands-off since we need to understand what is best suitable to the technology used in the organization, what results with your team, and also involve the interest parties.
Right now I’ve started a QA Academy which I’m the Dean of it, it’s volunteer work but let’s see the future and how it progresses.

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