|Quality Assurance Engineer
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||O'Reilly Auto Parts
||High School / GED
||6 months - 2 years
Under minimal supervision, a Quality Assurance Engineer works to ensure that established standards are followed during the creation of automated test cases/scripts. They strive to continually enhance these standards so that all test assets are as reliable and maintainable as possible. A Quality Assurance Engineer also troubleshoots issues that occur with the automation framework and takes ownership of them to see that they get resolved in a timely manner.
Essential Job Functions
- May train and mentor QA Developers.
- Review test assets and make recommendations of improvements.
- Enhance the standards for test asset creation as required.
- Troubleshoot issues involving the automation framework.
- Review functional specifications, business requirements, and use cases.
- Design and implement automated test cases/scripts using O'Reilly's defined framework.
- Execute automated test cases/scripts to confirm a given application's functional requirements.
- Identify and document application defects in a centralized issue tracking system.
- Maintain detailed documentation of test results.
- Enforce defect management procedures within the project team.
- Provide assessment of product quality at key milestones to project stakeholders.
- Use quantitative estimating techniques based on existing metrics and personal experience.
- 3+ years of automated quality assurance testing experience.
- Ability to lead and manage others.
- Working knowledge of software applications and testing best practices.
- Exceptional problem-solving skills.
- Precise attention to detail.
- Must be able to learn independently.
- Outstanding organizational skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Must work well in a team environment.
- Proven background with both manual and automated testing.
- Bachelor's degree in computer-related technical discipline desired.
- Knowledge of SQL desired.
- Experience with Windows PowerShell.
- Programming experience (C# preferred).