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Senior QA Analyst (Full Time)

Location: Alpharetta, Georgia Country: United States of America Rate: 95k per year

Responsible for testing on enterprise mortgage systems. Most testing is performed manually on the UI, batch processes and inputs/exports to/from system. There is a long-term plan to introduce automated testing on a cloud platform. The environment is a small department between 15-20 resources. The work is cyclical each month, busier leading up to month-end balancing, continuing through to the beginning of the next month.

Required experience/knowledge:

  • Tools for testing: web browser (Internet Explorer) for manual testing on enterprise system.

  • IBM Rational Team Concert

  • MS Excel used to validate system calculations and to work with some input/export files.

  • SQL tool such as Data Studio to pull from database and to perform comparisons and calculations. Notepad++ for working with large export files

  • MS Outlook and Skype used for communication.

Posted Date: 18 Sep 2019 Reference: JS Company: The Royak Group Inc. Contact: Paul Martino