Assure product quality through the development of 'net-new' manual or automated test scripts. This effort should maximize the roI while minimizing quality risks. Output consistent with department's guidelines.
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The Quality Control Test Engineer analyzes and understands how the software is used by end users, designs test cases to achieve thorough coverage of the product features and modules, and executes these tests to ensure the software product shipped to production is of high quality with few defects.
Experience quickly triaging issues and building out automated test suites in face of changing business priorities; interest in infrastructure technologies AWS, Docker, Ansible, REST, Python, PostgreSQL, Redis, ElasticSearch and others.
As a QA Developer you will be working within the Product Release team in the Products & Services department; focusing on testing of the product packages and content, either by manual testing or use of testing tools.
Load the test cases into their automation tool. (They use QC Vera, this is not a requirement, they will provide training on the tool) This tester will then be documenting the defects and communicating them back to the team.
The QA Engineer role requires the individual to be effective in participating at program, project and product related levels. The QA Engineer would participate in technical governance and would help negotiate overall product quality standards with development and business teams.
Manage a growing team of QA engineers with responsibilities for multiple websites and native applications; estimate, prioritize, plan, and coordinate testing activities including regression testing and load testing.
Design, develop, implement and maintain automated and manual test plans to address areas such as load testing, functional testing, unit testing, regression testing, negative testing, integration testing, error or bug retests, or usability.