​QA Analyst

Posted Date: 11 August 2016
Location: CABA & Rosario

We are an expanding SharePoint consultancy firm based in Argentina, currently seeking to boost our QA team with the addition of QA Analyst.

Hours:

Full Time

Responsibilities:

  • Create test plans for the functional specifications document
  • Test and execute the plans
  • Document the test results
  • Creation of bugs and issues, with a high level of detail to simplify the fixes
  • Own the QA process, maintain the bug list
  • Identify problematic areas of the application, elevate to management and act accordingly to solve the problems
  • Smoke test the application before deliveries
  • Owning the quality control of the projects.
  • Being responsible for quality of the project when releases are done

Sorry this possition has been filled

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