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BH 20789 - Capital Markets QA

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
Seeking Senior QA contractor for long term contract. Must be able to query data/strong in SQL. Ability to understand infrastructure. In addition to the skills required below (those with stars next to them are especially important), it would be a plus for the contractor to understand securities (bonds, etc). Looking for Capital Markets experience and an engineering problem solving background. Seeking a candidate with regression testing background and able to build regression testing suites.
Highly Preferred Skills
Oracle 11G
Perforce
LINUX
WINDOWS Servers
A Networking background in mainlining Windows/UNIX/LINUX servers
Knowledge of Scripting/Programming (PERL,VBA,PYTHON).
Good To Have
- Captial Markets Knowledge
- Strong knowledgeable on the principles of test management and testing process.
- Strong knowledge of Environment Management and Administration including setting up the database, informatica etc
- Determining whether systems and system components, including hardware, networks, system software, tools and applications are appropriate and ready for use or implementation.
- Experience testing within an agile development framework
- Familiar with QA best practices within an agile practice
- Has a clear understanding of roles and phases within a testing lifecycle
- Demonstrates competency in software defect lifecycles and defect management routines
- Experience in Software Test Automation (QTP, Selenium etc)
- Experience working requirement/defect management tool
- Experience using a configuration management tool
- Analyzes, designs, documents new or modified QA procedures and standards and assists in the development and implementation


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