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1000 S. 2nd StreetSunbury, PA 17801US
The quality assurance (QA) analyst is primarily responsible for testing all software products that are either built in-house or purchased externally. The tester partners with internal stakeholders to plan, test, and implement all software changes to ensure that products conform to the desired quality standard. The tester is accountable for defects and ensures that systems are operational and client ready. May be called upon to; Review, analyze, and evaluate business systems and user needs, document requirements, define scope and objectives to determine overall business strategies. May serve as the primary liaison between IT and business teams for all testing activities.
· Develops testing strategy and user acceptance testing plan
· Prioritizes test scenarios and executes according to plan
· Develops and documents step-by-step test cases based on the software requirements elicited by business analysts and software developers
· Develops test scripts to automate manual repeatable time intensive tasks
· Identifies, logs, and tracks defects
· Provides reporting on defect tracking and escalates technical issues as needed
· Follows standards in accordance with company policy and regulation
Expertise in full systems development lifecycle for software maintenance, development, and/or implementation projects.
Strong problem solving and analytical skills, has an eye for detail
Knowledgeable of project management methodologies
Strong organizational skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to anticipate user behavior or risks to systems
In-depth understanding of the various testing concepts (e.g. functional, usability, performance)
· A minimum of three years’ experience testing applications in accordance to required functionality and non-functional quality attributes (e.g. availability, performance)
· Experience writing test plans and test cases
· Proficiency in test management tools, functional and load testing automation tools is a plus
· Effectively manages personal time and work. Identifies own strengths and weaknesses, making the best of those strengths and seeking improvement on any weakness, through peer and management mentoring.
· Experience testing applications in accordance to required functionality and non-functional quality attributes (e.g. availability, performance)
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