Quality Assurance Analyst (5+ years) to develop and launch a new Library website by creating and executing manual and automated QA processes for the functional and non-functional requirements for a Public Sector client

Job Type: Contract
Positions to fill: 1
Start Date: Sep 12, 2022
Job End Date: Mar 12, 2023
Pay Rate: Hourly: Negotiable
Job ID: 123077
Location: Toronto
Department: Richmond Hill Public Library

Job Description
As part of the Richmond Hill Public Library website team, you will play a key role in ensuring the successful development and launch of the new Library website. In this role the candidate will work closely with the dedicated product owner and developer to refine requirements, set up acceptance criteria and test plans.

They will:
• Analyze, review and provide feedback on high-level business and technical / functional requirements from a QA perspective
• Create and execute manual and automated QA processes for the functional and non-functional requirements including connections to 3rd party systems and customizations to CMS for initial and regression testing
• Perform different type of testing; Functional tests, Regression tests, End-to-End tests, Integration tests, API/Services tests, Database validation tests, Smoke tests, Compatibility tests.
• Log defects and collaborate with product manager and developer to resolve them
• Work with the product manager & developer to define acceptance criteria, user stories & identify potential risks.
• Conduct risk analysis and requirement review to ensure sufficient testing coverage with respect to project constraints and priorities
• Participate in all Agile activities (planning, backlog grooming, standups, review and retrospectives)

Job Requirements/Skills:
• Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related technical experience
• Minimum 5 years of experience with automated testing tools in Web Applications
• Knowledge of testing methodologies and test plan management tools
• Solid understanding of test methodologies and iterative development
• Hands-on experience in building QA practices and standards where none exist