BroadPoint, a Washington, DC-based professional services firm serving both commercial and federal clients, is looking for an experienced Quality Assurance/Test Lead to serve as part of our Case/Business Process Management Consulting Practice serving the federal government. Working for our Operations Executives, you will be responsible for helping us manage the design and implementation of technical solutions aimed at addressing issues in areas such as employee- and labor-relations, performance management, onboarding and grants management. You must be able to identify, develop, and implement innovative test processes, practices, tools and frameworks as well as lead a team. We are looking to you to create a best in class testing capability and organization for the client. Overall, you must be an Agile practitioner, adept at performing testing and verifying all changes to a COTS/custom Java application prior to deployment on Java and RDMS (Oracle and/or MS SQL Server) platforms. If you are currently working as a tester, QA professional, test lead you could be a fit for this role.
Your daily responsibilities include:
Requires a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, engineering, mathematics , with a Masters preferred
7-10+ years of software testing experience in at least 1 of the following platforms – Java, .Net
5+ years of experience in Agile testing methodologies and tools
5+ years of experience building and managing test automation frameworks
3+ years of experience testing in an Oracle or MS SQL environment
Strong SQL knowledge with the ability to develop complex queries
Must have demonstrated experience in quality assurance methodologies and tools
Must have a solid understanding of the SDLC, configuration management, and release cycles
Demonstrated experience leading and managing a software testing team
Demonstrated track record of improving testing in previous positions
Experience building test automation scripts
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.