Software QA Engineer

Company Name:
Symantec Corporation
Symantec Corporation has openings for Software QA Engineers in Culver City,
. Responsible for developing, applying and maintaining quality standards for company products. Develop and execute software test plans. Analyze and write test standards and procedures. Debug software products through use of tests. Maintain documentation of test results to assist in debugging and modification of software. Analyze test results to ensure functionality and recommend corrective action. Create test specifications based on product requirement documents and functional specifications. Participate in the design and development of infrastructure and tools. Automate test cases using WebDriver, Selenium, QTP, Loadrunner and Quality Center. Execute and report status on automated test suites. Responsible for reviewing design specification and driving test design. Report software defects in a detailed and efficient manner. Work with development, support, and product management to troubleshoot software defects. Responsible for design and development of test plan and test cases, functional, integration, testing, automation, E2E and all the related testing for the area. Coordinate with product developers prior to code freeze to define and execute unit and integration level tests on new features and components in Symantecs consumer software products. Evaluate performance issues and provide optimization solutions for potential problem areas by applying advanced tools and technologies. Multiple positions, various types/levels. REQUIREMENTS - Position requires Bachelors degree in
Science, Engineering, Math, Physics or related technical field and 3 years of work experience in job offered or in a computer-related occupation.
To apply, submit resume to: . Must reference job title and job ID#1648.1790.

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