ActiveLAMP is a premiere digital firm in Southern California. We specialize in creating bleeding edge technologies for some of the world’s biggest brands. Our mission is to help clients become more successful with their digital goals. Our talented team of developers have had the opportunity to work with some incredible organizations, including Riot Games, XPRIZE Foundation, AARP, UCLA, America’s Promise Alliance, Cesar Millan, and many more!
Working for ActiveLAMP is extremely unique. We are a hybrid organization, with offices in Southern California, as well as talented individuals who are spread throughout the US. We may not all be in one central location, but we are passionate about sustaining and continually building a unique and fun culture.
Three qualities are extremely important to us when considering any individual for a position: Humility, Passion, and Excellence. If this is you, let’s connect!
We are a website development company seeking a full-time Quality Assurance Engineer to work in our local office. The QA Engineer must ensure that quality products are being shipped out everyday, while minimizing the risk of bugs getting out by catching them before they deploy. The QA Engineer will ensure quality products are being delivered to the real world by devoting their time to meticulously sifting through the entire project.
All ActiveLAMP full-time employees qualify for some great benefits, including healthcare, retirement plan, paid-time off and paid holidays. We also believe in being lifelong learners, so each employee is given a budget they are able to use for conferences, education, etc. Company outings, retreats, and employee care packages are among some of the other perks you can expect as a member of the ActiveLAMP team!
Though not required, we would love to meet you sooner than later! If you are comfortable doing so, we would love to see a 2-3 minute introduction video of yourself and your interest in this position. It does not have to be a high quality production, you can use your phone or your webcam. Once you have finished the video you can upload it to YouTube (we would suggest making it unlisted and not public) or Vimeo (we would suggest making it password protected and make the password: activelamp). We know some people hate being on camera, this is why we made this optional, but it is extremely helpful to us to get to know you better if you are willing to do it!