Quality Assurance Business Analyst

The CSI Companies
22 Aug 2019
27 Aug 2019
Job role
Contract type
Full time
Title: Quality Assurance Business Analyst
Location: Tampa, FL
Duration: Contract
Rate: $40/ hr (based on work history and previous experience)
Key Roles
  • Review requirement documentation to ensure their clarity and accuracy.
  • Create UAT collaterals and proof documentation.
  • Create test plan and test scenario?s based on provided requirement documents.
  • Generate template design object hierarchy versioning report.
  • Conduct research on design object hierarchy to ensure naming convention rules and procedures are followed.
  • Conduct UAT testing.
  • Conduct regression testing.
  • Ensure all required workflow approvals are received before providing final signoff for any work item.
  • Perform error analysis on non–production environment.
  • Report and manage defects throughout their whole life cycle until complete resolution.
  • Monitor performance issues and trends on non–production databases.
  • Monitor logs files for errors evaluation and handling on non–production environment.
Key Skills
  • Ability to analyze business and technical requirement documents to create test cases and scenarios.
  • Ability to work with large data set in MS Excel.
  • Ability to use a Defect tracker tool.
  • Ability to create or modify medium complex SQL queries in relational databases.
  • Ability to analyze and understand Business and technical requirement documents.
  • Ability to collect, create and analyze test data.
  • Ability to perform root cause analysis for problem solving in test environment.
Key Challenges
  • Working in a new environment where many issues and challenges are first timer.
  • High number of requirements needed to be tested for each letter templates.
  • Need to access many sources, tables and database schemas to gather data for template testing.
  • Many rules are complex. Understanding those rules to create or gather corresponding test data can be challenging.
  • Testing time can be limited. This limitation should not decrease the quality of the testing.