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Sr. Lead QA

Company Name:
Hi-Tech Solutions
Senior/Lead QA Analyst with 5-7 years of experience in the finance industry ( commodities/exchange trading environment a plus ) located in Chicago, Il . ( must phone screen and come to chicago for in person interview)
-Has experience testing applications that work with Oracle, Web Technologies, Linux and/or UNIX, Java based application testing
- Excellent understanding of FIX protocol
- Experience with end to end testing, interaction/integration with multiple downstream systems
- Strong understanding of testing life cycle ( experience with knowledge of agile life cycle a plus )
- Experience in test case authoring, Execution and Reporting
- Knowledge on test and defect management tools ( Quality Center, Jira )
- Strong knowledge of SQL and able to write queries to verify data in Oracle DB
- Strong communication ( written / verbal ) skills
- Experience with Automation tools a plus ( Selenium )
- Experience with development of test harness ( Java ) as part of internal testing a plus
- Highly analytical, proactive and detail oriented
- Must be a self-starter and be able work well in fast paced, dynamic environment
-Experience with UC4, Quality Center, Bladelogic, and Jira desired but not required.
-Experience testing financial exchange systems desired but not required
Strong SQL
Informatica and ETL experience is good to have

Lawrence E. Harmon
Business Development/Recruiter
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Hi-Tech Solutions, Inc. Information Technology Consulting
Two Mid America Plaza, Suite 630 Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
Direct Phone: 630-575-3909
Fax: 630.575.3901 Email:
www.htsconsulting.com
Lets connect on LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/pub/lawrence-harmon/14/680/a9b/

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