In this role, the selected candidate will design and build automated testing framework using C#, .NET, Selenium and other automated testing tools; support others in the use of the automated testing framework.
Serve as a technical contributor; participate in, and contribute to the analysis of project requirements, design, and estimation of project components, implementation of these components, and debugging, re-factoring and maintenance of project components.
The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) is seeking a member of an instrument team that will develop, fabricate and test space flight hardware and implement project quality requirements by performing a wide variety of QA functions.
Looking for someone who believes in software quality as a necessary and independent skill set. Candidates should have experience doing manual testing for mobile and web applications. Automation experience is also preferred.
The ideal candidate will have a strong programming background, a love of automated testing, and the ability to work with the data engineers and product owners to build a robust automated testing workflow.
In this role, you will create detailed and well-structured test plans and test cases then coordinate testing activities; you will ensure quality issues and defects are appropriately identified, documented, tracked and resolved.
Performs professional Quality Engineering assignments of considerable complexity under limited direction supervision ie. Conducts statistical analysis in the form of capability studies, DOEs, etc to evaluate processes.
In this role, you will leads,plans, schedules and implements testing for projects, defines test objectives,writes scripts (manual and automated). Formulates test plans including systemsanalysis, risk analysis, dependency analysis, writing and plotting teststrategies, and determines how to report defects (pre/post- production).