Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Full-time \/ Part-time Full-time Employee Status Regular Overtime Status Exempt Job Type Experienced Travel Yes, 5 % of the Time Shift Day JobJob SensitivityTier II - No Credit Check The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco believes in the diversity of our people, ideas, and experiences and are committed to building an inclusive culture that is representative of the communities we serve. Job Summary: The Cash Product Office (CPO) has an immediate opening for an experienced Software Quality Assurance Analyst in San Francisco, CA or Cleveland, OH . This is a great opportunity to build on your strong systems thinking ability, integration test expertise, white and gray box skills, and attention to detail in this role. By using your excellent testing and analytical skills you will have the ability to verify data accuracy through SQL scripting,\u00a0and develop and execute\u00a0test case\/scenarios to ensure\u00a0complete test coverage. Highlights of Responsibilities: \u00a0 \u2022\u00a0Identify requirements and user story analysis \u2022\u00a0Create detailed test designs and conditions, and execute \u2022\u00a0Provide traceability from business requirements and technical specifications to test conditions and problem reports. \u2022\u00a0Analysis and test execution of user and system interface functionality \u2022\u00a0Participate in detailed review walkthrough sessions \u2022\u00a0Track issues to successful resolution \u2022\u00a0Collect metrics to measure test progress & quality outcomes \u2022\u00a0Participate in special projects as assigned Qualifications: \u2022\u00a0Bachelor\u2019s or higher Degree \u2022\u00a0Must be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder with intent to become a citizen \u2022\u00a0Demonstrated critical thinking skills involving technical and business process documentation - including system architecture, detailed design, and requirements \u2022\u00a0Requires experience designing and executing QA black, white and gray box test conditions \u2022\u00a0Must possess industry standards and SQA best practices \u2022\u00a0Demonstrated ability to successfully collaborate with SQA team member on large, complex projects from design through Production deployment \u2022\u00a0Requires experience in developing comprehensive and accurate test designs and conditions through research and analysis documentation: and from socializing with technical and business experts \u2022\u00a0Ability to work independently with the tenacity to maintain focus on issues until satisfied they are adequately resolved \u2022\u00a05 years SQA testing experience in complex technical environments \u2022\u00a03 years creating complex SQL scripts \u2022\u00a05 years in test case design, development, and execution \u2022\u00a03 years testing Web Applications \u2022\u00a03 years in requirements analysis \u2022\u00a0Significant experience with interface testing Desired Qualifications: \u2022\u00a0Experience using HP Quality Center\/ALM \u2022\u00a0Experience with Agile testing \u2022\u00a0Test Certification Who is National Cash Automation (NCA)? We are the Federal Reserve Cash Product Office\u2019s software development and support team, who are responsible for maintaining and enhancing the Federal Reserve System\u2019s cash operations suite of automation solutions. The Portfolio Support group is designed to support the needs of individual project teams, and to ensure compliance with internal project management standards and practices. The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.