Posted: 2nd July 2019

Non-functional Test Engineer

Fuse Universal 

London , Greater London. United Kingdom

About Us

We are Fuse Universal - a fast growing learning technology company based in the heart of London’s tech hub Shoreditch. With our unique learning platform, we are redefining the way people and organisations learn and communicate. With a $20m funding round just completed and with 120+ client organisations, including the likes of Spotify, Adidas, Vodafone & Ogilvy already on board, we are creating a culture for more than 100 employees that is friendly, open, energetic and innovative.

Apart from our successful commercial business, we are proud of our charity Fuse School which is close to digitising all of the four core subjects of the secondary school education system into high quality bite size videos free for all. With over 20 million views and 150,000 subscribers, democratising education it at the heart of Fuse.

This is a great opportunity for you to join our mission and help us to create the next generation of education systems for everyone.

The Role

We’re looking for a Test Engineer to join our core platform squad of deep code hackers.

As a Test Engineer at Fuse you’ll be a core part of the team that takes us to a market leading position. We’re not looking for a someone to just write a bunch of soak tests, we’re looking for someone to be part of the conversation, to bring their brains, passion and creativity to the table to help us figure out the smartest, fastest way to forge an Omni-Platform learning solution to delight our end users and customers.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Analysing requirements (example mapping, discovery workshops etc - essentially being a great Testing Amigo)
  • Devising, implementing and perpetually improving our testing regimes
  • Constant search for new and better ways to catch them nasty bugs early and effectively
  • Automation of regression checks and exploratory testing
  • Coaching / mentoring - there’s a lot of learning and development happening in Test Engineering chapter itself!


  • Non-functional testing, especially on performance side
  • Vulnerability hunting with endpoint crawlers and input fuzzers
  • Working with automated test framework(s)
  • Writing tests for multiple platforms (APIs, web, native Mobile)

Tools Used

  • Locust for performance (currently at kick-off stage)
  • OWASP ZAP for the automated vulnerability scans (just a preference right now)