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LoadRunner Software QA Analyst 6123

Company Name:
IMS - International Management Systems
Our not for profit client, located just outside of Dallas, TX is looking for a Full Time HP LoadRunner Software Quality Assurance Analyst.
Those authorized to work in the US without sponsorship will be considered. Client is not able to sponsor at this time.
Qualified candidates need to have 3-5+ years hands on experience with automated tools (such as Worksoft Certify or QTP). Certify is preferred, will take a leadership role in writing scripts and directing others in automated testing. The candidate needs to be motivated and wants to learn and contribute toward a growing organization. The experience qualifications listed below are also essential.
REQUIREMENTS:
Over 5+ years of working experience in Software Quality Assurance.
Expertise in Entire Software Development Life Cycle and Test Development Life Cycle, Test strategies, Methodologies and processes compliance to standards.
Extensive experience on Client and WEB applications.
Extensive experience in System, Regression, Integration, Security, Performance, User Acceptance Testing and End to End testing.
Expertise in manual testing includes; Requirements Analysis, writing Test plans, Test Cases and Requirements Traceability Matrix.
Good experience in agile, waterfall, Iterative software development methodologies.
Excellent interpersonal and customer relational Skills. Proven communication and presentation skills.
Ability to learn at a rapid pace, work under strict deadlines, good at problem solving, excellent decision making skills, well organized, self-motivated, adaptable, responsible hardworking team player and can work independently, as well as team member.
If qualified and interested in these opportunities please respond to JO#6123 with current resume, salary requirement and job location preference.

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