Onsite Automation Tester with OOP, MySQL and data management plan activities execution experience

Job ID: MI-97857 (96990119)10A

Onsite Automation Tester with OOP, MySQL and data management plan activities execution experience

Location: Lansing, MI (Treasury)
Duration: 12 months
Postions: 1 (1/1)

Top Skills & Years of Experience:
• Development experience with Object Oriented Programming (OOP) language – required 3 years
• Working within the SDLC – required 2 years
• Experience with creating and maintaining databases such as MySQL – required 2 years
• Strong problem-solving and troubleshooting skills to solve complex problems – Required 5 years
• Ability to document and adhere to design process – Required 2 years
• Ability to follow documented instructions without assistance – Required 2 years
• Effective communication skills to coordinate with team and lead about status and issues – required 5 years

• Use OOP, database, and automation test tools to develop and maintain automated test artifacts.
• Develop and execute automated functional test scripts.
• Capture, analyze, and report test results.
• Log and track defects to resolution.
• Maintain automation script repository.
• Contribute to work estimates as necessary.
• Execute data management plan activities.
• Consistently provide high quality analysis of script failures and anomalies.
• Seek and share ways to improve test processes via the use of automation.
• Maintaining and contributing to script to functionality mapping to ensure coverage.
• Documenting updates and additions to the automation process.

Role Description: The Object-Oriented Developer is responsible for the creation, maintenance, and execution of automated testing scripts. The Object-Oriented Developer will utilize a variety of tools and scripting languages to create high quality, reusable automated test scripts that can be utilized in multiple environments. This person should possess a strong foundational understanding of troubleshooting script failures and anomalies, development principles, processes, and methods. The developer is also responsible for ensuring that manual scripts are converted to automated scripts by using Object-Oriented Programing (OOP), a database, and the automation tool. This is all done in a fast-paced environment with quick turnaround and high pressure.


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