Wayne County's Department of Information Technology is looking for a Software Quality Engineer with knowledge in software testing methodologies, including the AGILE development framework and system development life cycle (SDLC). If this is you, APPLY NOW!
The Systems Administrator will design, write, and maintain test plans, scenarios, and scripts for various Wayne County applications. This position will also be responsible for performing functional testing, integration testing, nonfunctional testing, performance testing, stress testing, client acceptance testing, and production support testing of these various applications using the plans, tools, and automated test scripts developed. Other responsibilities will include creation of automated test scripts, and may at times be required to construct test tools and scripts to be used by themselves and other test engineers. After test phases, this position will create testing summary reports, clearly communicating to technology leads and clients, all testing results. Finally, the Systems Administrator will participate in the prioritization of defects to be fixed using an understanding of the business requirements and the needs of the customer.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's Degree in software engineering disciplines, computer science, or other related fields. Degree requirement may be waived for 10 years related experience. Candidates will also possess a minimum of 5 years' experience in a software testing position, including the following essential duties and responsibilities: analyzing test results, tracking/logging software defects, design, implement and execute test plans and test cases , and track testing status and results and provide data reporting on defect/bugs.