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Latham, New York
United States
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Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Software Quality Assurance Analyst


Under general supervision, performs moderately complex tests to ensure software is working properly and to identify issues. Reports defects and partners with software teams to ensure timely resolution.

Supports software teams with the implementation of software enhancements.


  • Develops and implements organized, maintainable automation scripts for complex .NET, Web Services, and Database applications with various interaction points.

  • Works closely with quality assurance team to help them develop, maintain and execute automated test scripts, using the provided automation framework.

  • Works with application teams to review existing test cases in order to convert or create automated tests cases.

  • Documents and maintains automation testing procedures and tools

  • Manages the automation source code in a version control system in parallel with the associated applications under test.

  • Creates and runs moderately complex test cases to identify defects in software. Documents potential issues and provides the reports to software teams.

  • Partners with software teams to ensure issues are resolved in a timely manner.

  • Retests software following problem resolution to ensure issues are resolved and identify any new issues.

  • Supports software implementation and enhancement projects. Ensures that the final product is working properly.

  • Provides support to software support teams in diagnosing and resolving issues.

  • Assesses current software tests and plans the testing schedule. Provides recommendations for new methods and criteria to be tested.

  • Provides training and supports associate analysts with more complex tests and issues.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


University degree in Quality Assurance, Computer Science, or a related discipline PLUS generally four years of directly related experience.

Ability to run moderately complex software tests and accurately document issues.