Responsible for corroboratory and collateral whether or not merchandise or services meet mere requirements; concerned all told phases of the QA method. They implement quality assurance objectives and processes, monitor and value testing results against the preset objectives, and apply counseled actions for enhancements. internal control activities could embody purposeful and non-functional testing like regression, system, integration, security and performance testing.
QA professionals are responsible for defining the test environment used by the organization. They interact with all members of the project team including architects, business analysts, systems analysts and project managers. They also work with the development team to successfully integrate testing into each development phase. Other responsibilities include developing and executing formal test plans, writing and executing test cases/scripts, and validating results. They define and track quality assurance metrics such as defects, defect counts, test results and test status. QA professionals communicate testing results and provide recommendations based on issues discovered. They also monitor, evaluate and make recommendations on QA tasks within enterprise-wide processes such as change and release management.
- Works on multiple test programs/systems as a team member or testing lead.
- Considered a subject matter expert for one or more programs/systems.
- Works on projects of high complexity within one or more development environments.
Support Configuration Management (CM) for ADNS engineering over the ADNS Product Line of Network Templates (Router, Switch, Packetshaper) and Quality of Service (QoS) documentation, as well as system drawings and bill of materials (BOMs) documents. Ensure that the resulting program’s Enterprise Change Requests (ECRs) from these integration efforts are started and tracked through each Program of Record Configuration Control Board (POR CCB), Platform Technical Review Board (PTRB), and other CM specific milestones. Assist in the Quality Assurance (QA) review of change requests and supporting documentation, as well as Configuration Control Board (CCB) reviews and change approvals. Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level II required to perform these functions to include at a minimum Certification in Security+, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)