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About the Job
The SDET III engineer works with test leads and scrum teams to continuously bridge gaps in automation, functional and testing infrastructure across teams. This position is responsible for building processes to ensure high quality software releases and for usage of existing frameworks and tools to augment and implement automation tests. The incumbent works within the EQE team and works closely with each of the engineering teams to include automated and manual tests to ensure end-to-end workflows and functionality meets requirements. Additional responsibilities include integrating continuous automated testing, the instantiation of automation scripts, ensuring high quality software and working with product teams to promote Quality Engineering principles.
• Perform gap analysis of current state of automation frameworks, functional testing process and testing infrastructures across products and strategize future state of automation framework with a roadmap.
• Write automated tests and test harness applications and services under test.
• Write and review test strategies, test plans and test cases based on the agile stories and/or product requirements.
• Interact and collaborate directly with software developers, product managers, and business analysts to ensure proper development and quality of FMI applications and products.
• Interact with SDETs, QA members and FMI technical leaders to understand systems and component specifications and recommend changes to facilitate efficient and effective testing.
• Perform tasks efficiently and work together with the team to ensure project success.
• Analyze and understand the current technology architecture, system interdependencies and application stacks.
• Work with Agile delivery teams to understand product vision and product backlogs; develop robust, scalable, and high-quality test automation tests for functional, regression and performance testing.
• Assist in creating acceptance criteria for user stories and generate a test automation backlog.
• Participate in design activities with the development team relating to testing of the functional and non-functional requirements.
• Implement, track, and report key metrics to assure full coverage of functional and non-functional requirements.
• Be responsible for creation and management of test data.
• Travel locally up to 10% of the time.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor's Degree AND 4+ years of professional software engineering experience OR 9+ years of professional software engineering experience
• Strong experience in Selenium web driver, Selenium Grid and Cucumber
• Significant experience in quality assurance processes, software lifecycle, testing, planning, execution & defect tracking
• Hands-on experience with agile methodology (SCRUM etc.)
• Experience with:
• Demonstrated ability to programmatically test products, measure test coverage, develop best automation, profiling, and performance/load testing tools, and drive testability and diagnostic ability into the product
• Proven knowledge of standard software quality assurance methodology, components, deliverables, and how these integrate within the software development lifecycle
• Knowledge with one or more automation libraries such as Selenium, Coded UI, etc.
• Knowledge with one or more .Net or Java based unit test frameworks, such as xUnit, MS Test, Junit or Test NG
• Knowledge of source control tool with preference for Perforce or GitLab
• Understanding of configuration management tools
• Well versed with automated testing frameworks
• Understanding of HIPAA and importance of privacy of patient data
• Commitment to FMI values: patients, innovation, collaboration, and passion
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