Software Developer Engineer in Test at Spotify
New York City, NY, US
Our mission is to create the best promotional experiences for our users and advertises alike while building great supporting technology to push our business to become a market leader.

Our organization of technologists, designers, and product managers is located primarily in New York City, with close ties to teams in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Boston, etc.

What you'll do
Partner with developers and test engineers to improve and automate test and release processes
Build and maintain tooling and infrastructure
Maintain test result reporting and visualization
Contribute to the team’s effectiveness and efficiency through educating, supporting and setting an example of best SW development practices
Make testing an integral part of the development process
Communicate with product, design and technical stakeholders
Contribute to the long term vision and strategy in your domain of expertise


Who you are
You have 5+ years of experience in software development
You have advanced knowledge and experience of Java development
You have a passion for test infrastructure and CI/CD
You have experience with test frameworks, automation tools, static and dynamic code analysis
You have knowledge of CI systems to create builds, ideally TeamCity and/or Jenkins
You care about quality and you know what it means to ship high quality code
You have experience of working with other developers to ensure that systems are designed for reliability, performance and testability
You possess an agile mindset, are comfortable with constant changes and fast to adapt to them
You are a passionate mentor and teacher
You are curious about or already have a good understanding of the advertising business


We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and our creators. This is something we value deeply and we encourage everyone to come be a part of changing the way the world listens to music.