Software Quality Engineer II

Company Name:
EMC Corporation
Job Duties: Develop tests, methods, and procedures to ensure continuous improvement to software quality assurance and serviceability standards. Analyze test results to ensure existing functionality and recommend corrective action. Ensure that system tests are successfully completed and documented and all problems are resolved. Debug software products through the use of systematic tests to develop, apply, and maintain quality standards for company products. After testing provide feedback to developers on potential changes. Participate in the execution of procedures for ensuring the quality and serviceability of new features and releases of software.
Job Requirements: Bachelors degree or higher (or foreign educational equivalent) in Computer Science or a closely related field such as Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Information Systems. At least one year of post-bachelors degree experience in all of the following: designing and developing software from a coding perspective for building test automation; designing, implementing, and maintaining a test environment in C, C++, or JAVA; and performing mobile platform programming and testing using C# and Objective C languages. Within this experience, must also have any amount of experience in: developing and executing test cases and testing methodology for manual and/or automated tests utilizing Junit, GoogleTest framework, and the Sikuli automation tool; performing Perl or Shell Scripting in open systems and JCL in mainframe environment; and utilizing Scrum and waterfall methodologies including Version One Scrum planning tool, Quality Center, and JIRA defect management tool.
Applicants should send resumes to: Req. ID 130778BR, EMC Corp., Human Resources, 80 South Street, Mail Stop 1/C-5, Hopkinton, MA 01748. EMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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