The Software Quality Assurance Engineer is responsible for creating, implementing and automating testing in support of software test requirements. The SQA Engineer develops and expands test suites and test cases, and maintains the automation infrastructure. In addition, the SQA Engineer will execute and report on planned tests, report and manage defects, regress software fixes for new and existing products, assist development with replicating and debugging problems and develop new test automation solutions as needed.
Responsible for supporting and designing automation test scripts and script less test scenarios through component based test automation framework and enable functional testers in maximizing automation utilization.
The Technical Product & QA Specialist I is responsible for planning, directing, and delivering technical program content and departmental projects to meet customers needs and support College objectives.
The ideal QA Tester should be enthusiastic about learning and applying different SDLC approaches and QA methodologies, and possesses technical expertise in test case design, test execution and progress reporting.
The Global Regulatory QA Analyst will actively review each document that is produced within their region to ensure that it is enriched with specific internal content guidelines and standards, and advance said content through the appropriate workflows within a proprietary content management system.
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.