Laboratory Corporation of America Senior QA Analyst in Burlington, North Carolina
Job Description - Senior QA Analyst
Identify, plan and execute testing activities to ensure high quality software and ensure compliance according to regulatory statues, policies and procedures. Test Web Application software, including Java and .Net. Test Web Services, Test applications which utilize IBM's MQ Series platform. Perform white-box tests. Create and maintain test plans, cases and summaries. Execute manual and automated test cases/scripts. Manage test data and perform data analysis. Define, maintain and organize input and output data. Develop and maintain quality repositories to assure quality data integrity, including IBM DB2, Oracle and Sybase database platforms. Communicate QA risks, milestones, and status to the QA lead or Project Manager. Review and verify functional and system requirements to ensure project deliverables pass QA criteria. Provide work estimates for testing activities. Assist in the setup and maintenance of QA test environment and tools. Collect and report on quality statistics and metrics. Record and monitor discovered defects and QA related issues. Participate in quality related discussions. Promote continuous improvement. Improve test cycle duration through the use of testing tools.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Bachelors or foreign equivalent in Electrical or Electronics Engineering or Computer Science.
Five years or more experience as Senior QA Analyst
5 years of experience must include 2 years preferable in a clinical setting with:
Design, develop and implement Test Automation Framework (various automation tools
such as UFT, Rational Integration Tester (RIT), Web/UI tools).
Performance Test Tools (LoadRunner, Service based load tools, Visual Studio, etc,)
HP Application Lifecycle Management
Message Queue Series
Service Oriented Testing Tools (ReadyAPI/SOAP NG, XML WSDL testing)
Back end validation of DB2, Oracle, SQL Server, etc. databases
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.