Sr. QA Analyst

Job Posted by CyberSolveIT
in Midtown,New York

Contact Details

  • Name :Jaison James
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  • Zip Code:10138
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Sr. QA Analyst Needed in Midtown,New York

Job Description

•Ability to design test plans, scenarios, scripts and procedures based on
business requirement and/or functional specification.
•Ability to create and execute test cases manually.
•Ability to document software defects, and report defects to developers and
project manager.
•Ability to identify, analyze and document problems with program function,
output, screen, or content.
•Ability to monitor bug solution, efforts and track successes.
•Ability to plan test schedules or strategies in accordance with project
scope or delivery dates.
•Participate in product design reviews providing input on functional
requirement, production design schedule or potential problem.
•Review software documentation to ensure technically accuracy, compliance,
or completeness or to mitigate risks.
•Previous QA analysis or computer programming experience desired.
•Ability to independently analyze extensive data, identify discrepancies
and inconsistencies and recommend a course of corrective action.
•Experience in Microsoft Test Manager is plus.
•Experience in HP Quality Center is plus.
•Strong communication and collaboration skills.
•Experience with SQL and databases.
•.NET and SQL coding skills a big plus
•Experience in ETL is plus.
•Financial industry experience is MUST
•Excellent organization skill.

Skills

.Net,QA Testing,SQL

Job Type

Contract - 1099,Contract - Corp to Corp,Contract - W2,Contract to Hire - 1099,Contract to Hire - Corp to Corp,Contract to Hire - W2,Full Time

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Job Overview

  • Ref Id:10
  • Date Posted:02-10-2017
  • Location :Midtown,New York
  • Duration :6 Months
  • Experience :5 years
  • Pay Rate:N/A
  • Visa Type:Green card,Have H1 Visa,US Citizen
  • Travel Required : 0% - No Travel
  • Tele Communicate:No