Senior QA Engineer – Informatica, Bangalore

Posted on January 15, 2007. Filed under: Quality Assurance |

Informatica is looking for Senior QA Engineer

Senior QA Engineer
Individual Contributor /IC4

This position will participate in the testing effort of enterprise software. He/she will test and critique software components and interfaces in great technical depth, write test programs to assure high product quality, and develop advanced test tools to increase productivity and efficiency.

*Primary Responsibility:

• Design and develop test plans, test cases based upon functional and design specifications
• Execute test cases and analyze and report test results to product teams
• Participate actively in functional, system and regression testing activities
• Design, develop and maintain test programs including test tools and automated test suites
• Work closely with the development team to analyze, debug and resolve any issues
• Participate in product functional reviews, test specifications, documentation review.

• BS/MS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or similar technical degree
• Strong working knowledge in Unix/Windows Operating system
• Strong knowledge in RDBMS and experience writing SQL scripts
• Knowledge of Perl and Shell scripting
• Excellent problem solving, analytical skills and technical troubleshooting skills
• Excellent verbal and written technical communication skills
• Knowledge of Data Warehousing concepts

Desired skills
• Exposure to automation tools such as Silk Test, Visual Test, Silk Performer or similar
• Exposure to J2EE technology

If interested, kindly apply, click here


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