In this role, the selected candidate must have a knowledge of software engineering best practices across the life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source code management, build processes and testing.
The Quality Engineer, Designated Complaint Handling Unit (DCU) will be responsible for the integrity of POC complaint files and the complaint handling process, and will contribute to measurable improvements in complaint handling, product quality, and the customer experience.
Evaluate Regional Computer Emergency Response Team-Continental US (RCERT-CONUS) and Army Computer Emergency Response Team (ACERT) alerts and provide local assessments of vulnerability to IAM and local DOIM management.
In this role, the selected candidate will define the To-be state of business process and workflow as expected by customer (user and IT teams) along with thought leadership inputs, refinements and improvements which will help the customer to achieve objectives faster and in efficient manner.
In this role, you will work across a complex matrix structure which may include supply chain, engineering, manufacturing and the Program Office to assure execution of successful delivery of complaint products.
The Junior Tester is a recent graduate with limited previous experience and works under close supervision while being involved in test planning, writing test cases / scripts, creating reusable test data, test case automation and test execution.
In this role, you will be part of an established team committed to innovation and contribution, trust and respect, teamwork and uncompromising integrity. Cultivate effective working relationships with other test team members, software architects and developers.
Collaborate with product managers and developers to understand product requirements and use cases for how our software will be used in clinical settings. Write and execute test plans, scripts and cases to validate that software is ready for its intended uses.