Quality Assurance Analyst
Location: Tulsa, OK or Remote
The software engineer is responsible for designing, building, and shipping software. Right from prototyping and designing functional code to coding and testing, they take ownership of the software until it is handed over to the business unit to use.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Three to five years of similar or related experience, including time spent in preparatory positions.
A bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems or a related field.
Experience in quality inspection, auditing, and testing.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Strong computer skills and knowledge of QA databases and applications.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Meticulous attention to detail.
QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYST TECHNICAL SKILLS
Project Management, ITIL (Incident Response, Change Management, Problem Management), Vendor Management, Organizational Change Management, Software Development, and Data Modeling. SAP S4/HANA, BPM, RPA, OpenText, Microsoft Windows, SUSE Linux, Microsoft SQL Server, Java, .Net, C#, Python, ETL, EAI, REST, API, OData, OpenID, and OAuth.
ROLE IMPORTANT BEHAVIORAL SKILLS
Information Technology Quality Assurance Analyst must explain their work to top executives and give clear instructions to the other IT teams or other departments.
Information Technology Quality Assurance Analyst must coordinate their work in several different IT initiatives to make the activities of the organization run efficiently.
Information Technology Quality Assurance Analyst must respond urgently to failures and alerts, rapidly uncovering and resolving flaws in computer systems, applications, infrastructure, and networks.
Decision Making skills
Information Technology Quality Assurance Analyst must make important decisions to reach the organizations’ project delivery goals and limit impact to other business goals and outcomes. This often requires understanding the complex context and business climate where the changes are being made.
Information Technology Quality Assurance Analyst must anticipate business activity changes, customer behavior changes and implement ways for their automations to adapt to their organizations’ computer systems and networks in dynamically changing environments.
Enterprise Architecture, Technology Architecture, Process and Controls development, Security, Computing Infrastructure, Networking, Role-based Access Controls, COBIT, and Third-Party Relationship Management.