Thomson Reuters Recruitment For Quality Analyst – Bangalore – B.E/B.Tech/Others
Job Role: Quality Analyst
– As QA Analyst at Thomson Reuters, you will collaborate with technical leaders, other QA’s and managers to successfully develop, execute support test automation and analyze document and report issues found during testing.
– Our dynamic environment offers opportunities to be involved in all phases of application development including utilizing different programming languages, building and testing code and working with leading edge technologies.
– We are looking to add a QA to the GRC – Functional testing team in Bangalore.
– The QA team will be part of GRC team and will be doing estimating, planning, and test execution activities for the Enterprise GRC product/s.
– The team will perform new feature testing, api testing, regression and production fix test support.
– The team will carry out both manual and automated testing and report the bugs.
– Help other QAs in doing their job
– Analyze, document, and submit issues discovered during testing. Verify and close issues resolved during the release cycle.
– Attend Design Reviews to gain understanding of functionality in order to develop and execute testing tasks and responsibilities. Develop in-depth Product Knowledge and develop Subject Matter Expertise
– Functional Test Development: Develop Test Strategies, Test Cases and Test Data for new product functionality and/or customer requests from Requirements/Specifications
– Data Load/Conversion Testing: Conduct test execution on specific customer data and databases as directed
– Problem Research and Error Isolation: Conduct analysis of testing results/failures.
– Fix Verification/Impact Analysis: Verify problems reported during testing are working as designed. Verify no further regressions are caused by the fix.
– Effectively contribute and implement new ideas to improve the software testing process.
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