QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYST
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ABOUT QUALITY ASSURANCE AT UPS TECHNOLOGY: Our Quality Assurance (QA) team provides world-class automation and quality improvement. They rise to the challenge of testing multiple unique releases, impacting UPSers and customers alike. Our QA teams find and remove any glitches that could jeopardize our integrity. On our QA team, you’ll be at the forefront of keeping our software sailing ahead smoothly.
ABOUT THIS ROLE:
The QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYST executes Information Services (I.S.) Quality Assurance (QA) processes with moderate guidance. They'll identify problems, generate alternatives, and recommend solutions within defined processes. This position documents the progress of assigned tasks to ensure objectives are met. They'll collaborate effectively with QA team members, application developers, software vendors, consultants, user communities, and test environment technical support staff in the execution of testing procedures. This position supports testing efforts of small to medium complexity. The QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYST is knowledgeable of the key processes and technology within the business functions supported.
Skills Desired to perform Position:
This position offers an exceptional opportunity to work for a Fortune 50 industry leader. If you are selected, you will join our dynamic technology team in making a difference to our business and customers. Do you think you have what it takes? Prove it! At UPS, ambition knows no time zone.
UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law
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