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Quality Assurance Engineer

  • Location: Alpharetta
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 4 months ago

  • Expiry Date: 21 February 2022

​​​Job Description:

  • A quality assurance engineer creates tests to find any problems with software before the product is launched. They identify and analyze any bugs found during testing and document them. They also must pay very close attention to detail and coach their team on managing testing tools, reporting results, and motivating process improvement. A normal work day for a quality assurance engineer includes developing new tests to run, running the tests, and documenting the results; if any defects are noted the quality assurance engineers will need to collaborate with the software developers to find a fix and patch the program. Once the defect has been patched, they will need to run the test again to make sure there are no new bugs and to make sure the defect found has been corrected.

Required Skills:

  • Testing Experience with good understanding of Software Test Lifecycle including Test strategy, Test Planning, Test Cases Design, Test Data Setup, Defect Management, Test log, Test results, Test Traceability Matrix and Test Metrics.

  • Experience working with any automation tool (preferably TOSCA).

  • Experience working with desktop and web applications is desired.

  • Experience using Jira and Zephyr.

  • Screening and validation of the application through database and system logs.

  • Conduct peer reviews of test conditions/test cases/test data requirements created by testers and follow-up to close the review comments.

  • Participate with developers and other technical resources as active members of the development project team throughout the development lifecycle.

  • Highly self-motivated that works with minimal supervision, is a fast learner and a team player

  • Experience working within an agile development team.

  • Knowledge in the Financial or Banking sector would be helpful.

  • A quality assurance engineer creates tests to find any problems with software before the product is launched.

  • They identify and analyze any bugs found during testing and document them.

  • They also must pay very close attention to detail and coach their team on managing testing tools, reporting results, and motivating process improvement.

  • A normal work day for a quality assurance engineer includes developing new tests to run, running the tests, and documenting the results; if any defects are noted the quality assurance engineers will need to collaborate with the software developers to find a fix and patch the program.

  • Once the defect has been patched, they will need to run the test again to make sure there are no new bugs and to make sure the defect found has been corrected.

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