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QA Engineer

Job Description The QA Engineer (Manual Tester) is responsible for performing quality assurance duties throughout the project lifecycle. This role requires excellent communication skills with team members and business contacts. In addition, the successful QA Engineer must be able to work with minimal supervision on small and medium sized projects. The QA Engineer will conduct manual testing which could eventual perform automation testing as well. Must Have: 3+ years SQA testing experience Must have 3+ years experience writing SQL queries Must have experience using bug tracking tools like JIRA Requirements Roles & Responsibilities: Write and validate test cases for User Stories Experience with continuous integration tools like Jenkins - Big Plus Experience with version control tools like Git - Big Plus Experience working within the finance domain Experience with test management tools like qTest, ALM, or JIRA Participate in daily stand ups, provide feedback and escalate issues accordingly Engage with application development team in defect resolution Experience with API testing Work closely with other project groups to increase the quality of software delivered Highlight requirement and design gaps as early in lifecycle as possible Review project documentation for all assigned projects to ensure that the project requirements are clearly defined and testable Analyze project requirements and develop test cases that ensure that all functionality is performing as intended Execute on test plans and strategies Conduct formal test case review sessions with project team and incorporate feedback Execute manual test cases, document actual results, and evaluate compared to expected results Troubleshoot unintended results and error logs to investigate cause of unintended results Minimum education of a Bachelor's Degree Relevant Experience or Degree in: Computer Science or related field; or equivalent training 3954
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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