As a Quality Assurance Analyst, Consultant you will lead QA processes for multiple projects. Define, analyze, and evaluate testing requirements to meet business needs. Analyze business requirements and functional specifications to determine scope of testing.
In this role, you will be responsible to develop business requirements as a result of client engagements and business issues. Provide software usage expertise for bray business process supporting applications.
Designs, specifies, implements, codes tests and maintains automated and manual processes in support of business needs and/or corporate strategies. Securely configures and documents computer programs. Acts as liaison between division implementation teams, division process owners and implementation sites while eliciting requirements for process improvement.
Assists in the creation of comprehensive unit test plans and creates and executes test cases in line with test plans. Participates in design, coding, testing, implementation, and documentation of solutions. Participates in investigation, analysis, and resolution of technical problems related to system functions, programming, and procedures. Assists with post-implementation reviews.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for maintaining all security documentation, document, and maintain the process and procedures, incorporating applicable policies and ensuring the process meets the needs of the IT security strategy, thereby ensuring the process is fit for purpose.
The software QA analyst III will be responsible for software integration testing and software qa development. This includes the following: firmware used in applications, acquisition software (gathers data during drilling), reporting software, and manufacturing/repair and maintenance software.
In this role, the selected candidate performs expert level support and implementation and supporting EPIC Systems Beacon applications; supports business requirements and user needs for developing solutions.
This position provides business process analysis, process design and consulting services along with system support and development services using SharePoint to the company Corporate office and coordinates with Refinery IT SharePoint Administrators.
Lead a small team of support engineers or application. Independently implements end user or enterprise infrastructure / application or services of moderate complexity as prepared by more senior technologist in support of more complex solutions.
In this role, the selected candidate directly assists operators in performing their duties (troubleshooting user-report terminal or printer malfunctions, operations exceptions, recovering from system problems, etc.)
Assists in the creation of comprehensive unit test plans and creates and executes test cases in line with test plans. Participates in design, coding, testing, implementation, and documentation of solutions.
The Incident Response Analyst would create appropriate documentation, processes, and response plans to identify security incidents, contain attacks, investigate intrusion vectors, eradicate infections, recover affected systems, disclose responsibly to stakeholders, and provide lessons learned to the enterprise.
The Application Systems Analyst should demonstrate basic technical knowledge and analytical skills and have excellent communication skills. Analyst may be called upon to present software design to technical and non-technical customers.
Establishment and maintenance of reporting systems to monitor and track financial and resource variance on a project and portfolio level; partner with other IT organizations for the purposes of intake, prioritization, and sequencing of work.
Provides business process analysis along with information system support and development services in a team-oriented environment; responsible for continuing self-development along with task planning and leadership.
Attend specification meeting with project team workers to determine scope and limitations of project; work closely with other team members, application developers, and business process owners throughout the organization.