The Hardware Quality Engineer will ensure proper root cause analysis, corrective and preventative actions as needed. He/she will lead or engage in continuous improvement activities / R6s projects. He/she will confirm that end item customer deliverables meet all contractual requirements.
Hardware Quality Engineering scope includes participation in Peer Reviews and formal inspections of work products as defined in Program Planning Documentation. Quality is a required member of the release and Change Control Boards (CCB).
The Sr. QA Automation Engineer will lead the planning, design, implementation and execution of automated functional test strategies using an existing Selenium WebDriver Framework within a small, fast-paced, QA team.
In this role, the selected candidate will actively participate on new product development projects ensuring that product design inputs are clear, concise, testable and appropriate and that design outputs confirm compliance to the design inputs.
Lead product quality verification by coordinating test planning, product analysis and technical artifacts analysis. Coordinate and develop manual and automated test cases, execute tests, and gather reports summarizing results.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for working closely with Software Developers and Quality Assurance Engineers to automate test cases for products and features based on business priorities and technical specifications.
This Senior Member of the Cyber Security Foundations directorate will be responsible for leading cross functional teams that enable the organizations within the Air Force to enhance the predictable performance and mission assurance in the acquisition, evolution and operations of software-reliant systems.
This position manages the IA incident response program as well as interfaces with other IA team members, other security disciplines (industrial security, physical security, special programs security, etc.), program personnel and government security representatives.