Quality Assurance Analyst

Robert Half Technology is currently seeking an Quality Assurance Analyst for a contract position in Hunt Valley, MD! If interested please send your updated resume to kaitlyn.kennedy@rht.com Responsibilities: Design an approach for testing projects and features to support application development. This approach may require formal test plans and test scripts, but the primary responsibility is to provide quality testing rather than artifacts of test. Develop and execute tests of supported software. Verify and report defects identified in testing; track defects to resolution. Coordinate with test engineers and developers to improve quality and coverage of automated tests. Utilize tools in the execution of test plans to bring improvements to the testing team's capabilities. Revise testing scope and approach based upon test results and/or changes in product design. Promote contextually sound testing practices and help improve the performance of the testing team. Other duties as assigned. Requirements: 4+ years of dedicated experience testing web, mobile, and desktop applications. Experienced and skilled in computer systems in a windows based environment. Knowledge of testing cycles and QA principles with an understanding of the usefulness of different testing methods: functional, integration, system, and regression testing. Familiarity with QA tools and techniques, strong experience in test design and execution. Functional knowledge of a SQL is a plus Experience diagnosing, reporting, tracking and resolving quality issues. Passion for testing and pursuing quality in end-user applications. Job Requirements Selenium, QA - Quality Assurance, SQL - Structured Query Language, SDLC - Software Development Life Cycle

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