Automation Tester with Wideband Terminal/NWT, RUP, Requisite Pro, Rational Rose, ClearCase, ClearQuest, SODA and SQL Server experience

Job ID: FL-17-386 (95490503)9A

Automation Tester with Wideband Terminal/NWT, RUP, Requisite Pro, Rational Rose, ClearCase, ClearQuest, SODA and SQL Server experience

Location: Tallahassee, FL (Florida Department of Health)
Duration: 12 months

CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS:
5.1.1. Three years of experience with software testing and quality assurance in the last five years.
5.1.2. Two years of experience working in Normal Wideband Terminal/NWT environment in the last five years.
5.1.3. Three years of experience in the last five years with rational automated testing tools.
5.1.4. Three years of experience in the last five years using Rational Unified Process (RUP) and rational Enterprise Suite of tools on years (RUP) Test Suite, Requisite Pr0, Rose, Clear Case, Clear Quest, and SODA).
5.1.5. Three years of experience in the last five years with object-oriented design.
5.1.6. Three years of experience in the last five years with the Microsoft SQL database engine.
5.1.7. Three years of experience with software testing of web-based or client-server applications

SERVICE TASKS:
6.1.1. Contractor will perform the following tasks in the time and manner specified:
6.1.1.1. Weekly, develop Test Plans as they pertain to Zika and other high priority infectious diseases per Chapter 64D-3 Florida Administrative Code (FAC) for each phase of systems development cycle, using national industry standards as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.2. Monthly, coordinate user acceptance testing (UAT) and provide testing training to other
staff by proving testing scenarios to those conducting UTA and ensuring all UTA reports are submitted and documented as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.3. Weekly, develop test cases, scenarios and scripts with traceability to business requirements and map and trace user requirement with the cases, scenarios, and scripts as they pertain to Zika and other high priority infectious diseases as indicated on the list of reportable diseases, Chapter 64D-FAC as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.4. Weekly, develop and run automated test scripts using Rational Tools according to industry standards as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.5. Weekly, develop an understanding of the Use Cases for Zika and other diseases per Chapter 64D-3 FAC and as documented by the development of test scripts according to industry standards as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.6. Daily, track and report test results, statistics, and metrics to management during each software release cycle, outlining defects discovered during regular and regression testing, recommending corrective actions, and determining whether defects will affect the product target release date as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.7. Complete tasks 6.1.1 through 6.1.7 to ensure a smooth release, absent of any defects that
will be discovered during the Testing Phase of development.
6.1.1.8. Alert management within 24 hours when a defect is discovered in a production environment that could lead to data corruption or loss.
6.1.1.9. After product release, Identify within 24 hours by email of any defects in system functionality that were introduced as a result of most recent software release.
6.1.1.10. Identify steps in the testing and development process that should be updated to avoid missing defects in future testing cycles.
6.1.1.11. Develop automated test scripts in accordance with industry standards to ensure all aspects of the applications are exercised with each quarterly development cycle as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.12. Monthly, identify Department staff subject matter experts (SMEs) to assign specific testing tasks for next software release as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.13. Use Test Track software to assign testing tasks to Contractors, Department staff and those performing UAT and track progress.
6.1.1.14. In collaboration with Division of Disease Control and Health Protection (DCHP)
information technology teams; design, develop, and code based on business
requirements for the DCHP as part of the overall strategic effort for integration and interoperability of its systems and software as directed by the Department.
6.1.1.15. The Contractor, its employees, subcontractors, and agents must comply at all times with all Department data security procedures and policies in the performance of this scope of work as specified in the Data Security and Confidentially document attached to the purchase order.

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