Quality Assurance Analyst
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Liberty Mutual is looking for Quality Assurance Analysts to join the Information Technology Team in the Seacoast Area of New Hampshire.
Working at Liberty Mutual as a Quality Assurance Analyst
Opportunities currently exist in Liberty Mutual's IT division for experienced Quality Assurance Analysts. As part of one of the largest Property and Casualty insurance companies in the U.S, Liberty Mutual Information Technology is an exciting, challenging and rewarding place to work. You’ll also work with great people, many of whom are leaders in their technology fields. In this role, you’ll analyze and design new or modified Quality Assurance procedures and standards. You’ll help develop and implement QA metrics to assess the quality of delivered application software. You’ll consult with client and IT management and staff throughout the project life cycle to support the design and development of effective systems.
Analysts will also modify automated testing systems for procedural or standard changes, review new QA software and establish and maintain a consistent test methodology. Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field. You should be experienced with automated testing and modeling tools and have a broad knowledge of business modeling, processing engineering, change management, and test case generation techniques. You should be skilled with Quality Center and Quick Test Pro. SQL experience is desired. Advance your IT career at Liberty Mutual.
More Information on Quality Assurance Analysts
The title of quality assurance analyst is most often used to describe a professional who tests and tweaks program applications in a software development company. It is important for a quality assurance analyst to be highly detail-oriented and have excellent communication skills. A quality assurance analyst in a software role tests programs to make sure they are reliable, fully functional, and user-friendly. He or she inspects thousands of lines of code to make sure they are entirely error-free. The analyst also looks for weaknesses in the program, such as an unappealing interface or a slow loading speed. A quality assurance analyst with the proper training may be able to make adjustments personally, but most professionals explain their findings to technicians instead so the correct tweaks can be made. Once a program is completed, the analyst reviews it once again before it is released to the public.