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Manual Tester


Our CoverMyMeds team is growing rapidly and we are in search of a Manual Tester to lead testing efforts on our Specialty team. In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring fast-moving and complex projects function as expected according to the client and contractual requirements. You will lead internal and external stakeholders through rigorous testing to ensure the technical solution is ready for production. You will get to identify, solve and champion defects to ensure the success of a project.

AMP: Access for More Patients is an electronic solution developed by CoverMyMeds and RxCrossroads that sets a new starting point for patient access to specialty therapies. By leveraging CoverMyMeds’ extensive network and experience in building industry leading technology, coupled with the deep specialty expertise of RxCrossroads by McKesson, AMP team members assist providers and patients in a new and deeply ingrained way for medications necessary for better health or preservation of life. By joining the AMP team, you act as a catalyst in a chain of events that helps millions of people all over the globe. You’ll collaborate on the products and solutions that help us carry out our mission to improve lives and advance healthcare. Working here is your opportunity to shape an industry that’s vital to us all.

What You’ll Do

Like most growing companies, the description of all positions vary daily as everyone pitches in to get the job done. Nonetheless, we try to maintain clarity with respect to employees’ primary responsibilities.

  • During the early phases of launch, you will lead clients through what to expect during the testing phase and ensure alignment
  • Work with client to schedule and coordinate test sessions and then update status of defects and the re-running of test cases
  • Identify and correct obstacles to improve the process of how we test, ensure quality, and improve user experience
  • Develop test cases for AMP system testing
  • Ensure all QA processes are repeatable and scalable for future launches
  • Standardize the written test cases for core AMP functionality
  • Support product team in development of test cases applicable to additional features/enhancements to the core product
  • Execute on internal testing of system based on written test cases or scripts, end-to-end based on the program workflow
  • Own documentation of pass/fail test cases and capturing defects
  • Record and report findings from UAT to cross functional team
  • Identify procedures and scenarios for custom development
  • Communicate quantitative and qualitative findings from test results to the product, customer success, and development teams
  • Spot areas for improvement to enhance the product’s efficiency
  • Facilitate User Acceptance Testing with third party vendors and the client
  • Ensure testing environments are ready for client use; coordinate with development team to ensure all environments are client ready
  • Ensure that the final product satisfies the client/product requirements and meets end-user expectations

What We’re Looking For

The ideal candidate prefers to work with a team in a fast-moving, entrepreneurial environment and is able to quickly adapt to change. Success in this position requires a preference for working with people- both external clients and internal colleagues, as well as a friendly, engaging demeanor.

Our ideal candidate will possess these qualities:

  • 3 years of experience working in a technical environment
  • Willingness to take on abstract requests around testing
  • Top-notch organizational and documentation skills
  • Ability to adapt and think quickly on your feet
  • Track record of building successful relationships with internal stakeholders
  • Relentless attention to detail - able to identify risks, gaps, defects, etc.
  • Experience collaborating with software developers and other technical teams
  • Understanding of the health care/specialty medication space is a plus

About Us

CoverMyMeds, part of McKesson’s Prescription Technology Solutions, is a fast-growing healthcare technology company. Our mission: Help patients get the medications they need to live healthy lives. Our solutions seamlessly connect the health care network to improve medication access, increasing speed to therapy and reducing prescription abandonment for patients like you and me.

We hire ambitious people and make it a priority to invest in them by providing opportunities to grow their careers and connections within the community. On-site culinary team, flexible hours and paid benefits? Yeah, we have those too. But don’t take our word for it. We’ve been recognized as a “Best Place to Work” by Glassdoor, a “Best Company to Work For” by FORTUNE, and our employees have great things to say, too.

CoverMyMeds is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or veteran status.


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