Test Engineer

IBM   •  

Reston, VA

Industry: Technology

  •  

Not Specified years

Posted 120 days ago

158195BR

Job Description

IBM Global Business Services (GBS) is a team of business, strategy and technology consultants enabling enterprises to make smarter decisions and providing unparalleled client and consumer experiences in cognitive, data analytics, cloud technology and mobile app development. With global reach, outcome-focused methodologies and deep industry expertise, IBM GBS empowers clients to digitally reinvent their business and get the competitive edge in the cognitive era in over 170 countries.

DO YOUR BEST WORK EVER

The Public Service consulting practice is a trusted advisor to federal, state and local governments, partnering to meet challenges and responding quickly to citizen demands, business needs, new economic conditions, and changing legislative priorities and policies.

Ready to transform the way the Federal Government works and solves its problems? At IBM, we're strongly committed to the advancement of open Internet standards and applications. Join us to help IBM deliver world-class solutions for our public service customers - some of the most important customers in the world! Show them how the complex can be made easy.

The Test Engineer designs, implements, and conducts test and evaluation procedures to ensure system requirements are met.  Coordinates regression testing prior to each release.  May evaluate, recommend, and implement automated test tools and strategies.
 
Level (entry, journeyman, senior, master) will be determined based on education and years of experience.
 
This position is located in northern Virginia.  The position is contingent on the contract being awarded to IBM by the US Federal Government. 


BENEFITS
Health Insurance. Paid time off. Corporate Holidays. Sick leave. Family planning. Financial Guidance. Competitive 401K. Training and Learning. We continue to expand our benefits and programs, offering some of the best support, guidance and coverage for a diverse employee population.