Software Quality Assurance Engineer

Company Name:
Kforce
Kforce has a client seeking a Software Quality Assurance Engineer in Beaverton, Oregon (OR). Description:
The nature of the work is focused on the company's computer and telephony technology tools used to create, store, exchange, and use all forms of information
Develops, modifies, applies, and maintains standards for software quality operating methods, processes, systems and procedures
Conducts software inspection, testing, verification, and validation
Implements software development and maintenance processes and methods
Ensures measures meet acceptable reliability standards
Develops overall operating criteria to ensure implementation of the software quality program according to project, process and contract requirements and objectives
Ensures that project and process control documentation are compliant with requirements, objectives, and/or contract
Reviews software design, change specifications, and plans against contractual and/or process requirements
Reviews include applicable specifications, materials, tools, techniques, and methodologies
Performs or directs verification of software requirement allocations, traceability, and testability
Typically requires a Bachelors degree and minimum of 2 years directly relevant work experience
Note: One of the following alternatives may be accepted: PhD or Law + 1 yr; Masters + 0-3 yrs; Associates degree + 1-3 yrs; High School or equivalent + 3-5 yrs
Minimum 6 years of technical experience with 4 years in software quality assurance, including 2 years in a management/leadership role
Experience testing IVR systems, web and cloud based applications
Experience testing integrated systems
Req Number: 1381532-WQG
Date: 2014-11-10 13:44:43
City: Beaverton
State: OR
Country: US
Postal Code: 97005
Industry: Technology
Category: Software Quality Assurance

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