Pearson Quality Assurance Engineer in San Antonio, Texas

Quality Assurance Engineer


Quality Assurance Engineer sought by NCS Pearson, Inc. in San Antonio, TX to createtestplansandusecasestoensureadequatecoverage;Executefunctional,application,andregressiontests;Providevisiblemetricsindicatingtestcoverageanddefecttrends;CollaboratewithUXDesigners,BAs,QAengineers,andproductownerstodevelopcontinuousproductenhancementsandreleases.


Min. req. Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related engineering field or foreign equivalent together with 5 years Quality Assurance experience, ideally in mobile, tablet, API, database testing. 5 years' experience working in Agile teams and familiarity with Serum. 4 years' experience working as a SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test); 4 years' experience and proficiency in at least one programming language such as Java, C , C, or C#. 3 years' experience testing Ul, web services, databases, and back end functionality using tools like Selenium and SoapUI and JMeter and QTP and Arquillian; 3 years' experience with automating test cases by writing custom scripts using at least one language such as Python, Perl, Ruby or VBScript; 3 years' experience tracking defects, trends, and generated reports used tracking systems like Jira; 2 years' experience with Junit and Maven and Jenkins; 1 year experience with Open Source reporting frameworks such as Extent and Allure. Send resume to: NCS Pearson, attn.: Adithya Connerton, 5601 Green Valley Dr., Bloomington, MN55437

Primary Location: US-TX-San Antonio

Work Locations: US-TX-San Antonio-19500 Bulverde 19500 Bulverde Road San Antonio 78259

Job: Technology

Organization: Assessments Clinical

Employee Status: Regular Employee

Job Type: Standard

Shift: Day Job

Job Posting: Apr 13, 2018

Job Unposting: Apr 23, 2018

Schedule: Full-time Regular

Req ID: 1806055

Pearson is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and a member of E-Verify. All qualified applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.