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Recruiting Success Stories: Jeffrey Blaze, Disruptive Software

Jeffrey Blaze

Jeffrey Blaze

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Featured Placement – Jeffrey Blaze

Senior QA Engineer – Disruptive Software


Working with senior management to build out various functional teams of this privately-held, well-funded, growing startup, Redfish Technology, conducted the search and recruiting for a Senior QA Engineer. The company’s disruptive software makes it simple and easy for consumers to buy stock online. The company builds simple products that delight consumers that meets regulatory requirements within a secure, stable, high performing environment. The QA team desired a dynamic, experienced professional to be responsible for product testing, working closely with product management and developers to ensure high quality and timely product releases. Written up in the WSJ, Fast Company, and the Business Insider, this innovative company is hiring only the best and brightest technology talent.


Redfish directly recruited Jeffrey Blaze, recognizing that this QA automation guru and technology polyglot possessed not only an extensive skill set, but also a broad range of experience that encompasses a variety of senior roles and a diverse set of software applications. His specialization in the architecture and implementation of scalable, flexible, reusable, and easy-to-use automated test frameworks makes him a strong addition to the growing QA team. A seasoned “developer in test,” Jeffrey’s background with large, established players as well as startups bears out his flexibility and adaptability, key characteristics in a disruptive technology environment.


“Rob Reeves is probably the best recruiter I have ever had the pleasure of working with!  Throughout the process, it felt good to know that he always had my best interests in mind, and that I could trust him to represent me in an ethical manner.  Rob is knowledgeable and thorough, and he managed some delicate negotiations with aplomb.  He is extremely professional, yet friendly.  And he seems like a really good guy, which makes his misguided football loyalties (UW Huskies and Seattle Seahawks) all the more disappointing.” – Jeffrey Blaze