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J2EE - Junior Software Quality Assurance Engineer

Company Name:
DEKA Research & Development
Position Type:
Full-time
The successful candidate will be responsible for software quality assurance testing for a large, highly scalable cloud-based enterprise system in the medical devices space. Prior medical devices software development experience is highly desired, but not a must. Familiarity with FDA regulated software development process is a plus.
Job Responsibilities
Review of requirement documents, particularly for clarity, consistency, completeness, and testability.
Define, document, and implement test cases based upon requirements (e.g. unit and/or integration tests)
Participate in technical reviews (e.g. requirements, design, etc.)
Perform software tool validations
Ensure compliance with the development process
Desired Qualifications
BS in Computer Science or equivalent work experience
Experience working to and with detailed requirements
Experience defining and documenting test cases
Experience using automated software testing tools
Experience implementing Java unit tests
Solid understanding of Object Oriented design and programming principles
Strong communication skills
Strong attention to detail
Strong problem solving and debugging skills
Strong documentations skills and a good cultural fit will be important
Ability to grasp the architecture of a large enterprise system
Ability to take direction and initiative
Ability to provide clear and accurate estimates of work, and deliver on time
Knowledge of some of the following: Java, J2EE, DB, AJAX, REST calls and web services, XML, XML Schema, XPath, XSLT, MVC applications in JAVA or Spring MVC, object-oriented JavaScript (jQuery, ExtJs/Sencha,

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