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Software QA Engineer

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Simple Task LLC is a New York-based offshore services company. We take up offshore product development, customized project development and systems maintenance, using our network of companies across US, Serbia, and France. Simple Task doo is subsidiary company of Simple Task LLC.

We are looking for a:

Software QA Engineer

Position responsibilities:
Test Execution

  • Assisting with the delivery of this together with the investigation and reporting of defects/bugs found to conclusion.
  • Preparation of both manual and automated test-cycle plans, aligned to business needs
  • Hands on execution of manual and automated test cases, recording the metrics and defects found during this activity
  • Reporting on risks and issues, with recommended steps to resolve
  • Delivering regular progress/status reports as required
  • Managing all work in a co-operative team environment, using a workflow system

Test Development and Maintenance

  • Developing and maintaining manual and automation regression test plans, working with the QA, Business Analyst and Systems Development teams as required
  • Ownership of test coverage (manual and automated) for some products/projects, reporting on this
  • Collaboration with business and development to incorporate product changes and new functionality in a timely manner
  • Undertaking effective reviews for test development work
  • Analysing and reporting on the QA processes, with a view to ensuring continuous improvement

Position requirements:
Mandatory Skills:

  • Significant experience in similar QA or Testing role 
  • Thorough understanding of standard testing principles, methodologies and terminology
  • Developing, maintaining and executing test plans
  • Risk analysis with application to test prioritisation
  • Ability to work in a co-operative team environment
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Knowledge and proven experience of the full systems development lifecycle/application lifecycle management, covering both Agile and Waterfall
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Familiarity with applications/tools including:
    • Source control, e.g. VSS, SVN, Rational
    • Test management software, e.g. TFS
    • Test automation software, e.g. TestComplete, Silktest
    • Microsoft applications, including Office, SQL, ODBC
    • Virtualisation Software, including VirtualBox

Desirable Skills:

  • Experience in programming / use of compilers / profiling tools
  • Mathematical skills/knowledge
  • Fluency in second language


  • Ideally a Computer Science, Science or Mathematics related degree or equivalent.
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