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Software QA Engineer Position Available

Location: Waterloo, ON


About the Role:

In this role, you will be required to work closely with both the QA and Development teams for test case creation and execution. You will also be involved in code reviews and test case automation.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work as a QA (Test) Engineer by closely collaborating with Testing, Performance and Development teams
  • Genuine interest to come up with innovative ways to test/break the software and find issues which otherwise customer may find later
  • Genuine interest to come up with innovative ways to test/break the software and find issues which otherwise customer may find later
  • Design, Develop and Maintain Test Plan and Test Cases
  • Design, Develop and Maintain Test Plan and Test Cases
  • Estimate, plan and implement QA schedules with the help QA Manager and the QA team
  • Estimate, plan and implement QA schedules with the help QA Manager and the QA team
  • Participate and Contribute in Code Reviews with the Development team
  • Participate and Contribute in Code Reviews with the Development team
  • Own QA Documentation for defects, procedures and process
  • Own QA Documentation for defects, procedures and process
  • Troubleshoot customer issues and interface with appropriate product teams on issue resolution on end to end basis
  • Troubleshoot customer issues and interface with appropriate product teams on issue resolution on end to end basis

Qualifications

Required Experience/Skills & Education:

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree in Computer Science or equivalent
  • 3-6 years of total Software Industry experience
  • Experience in one or more of the following areas: Python automation, API Testing, Performance Testing, Security Testing, and Agile Methodology
  • Candidate must have good knowledge of windows PC technologies and basic network related concepts
  • Candidate must have good written and verbal communications skills and must be a strong team player
  • Candidate must have a good attitude towards work and must be self-motivated
McAfee, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), is the world's largest dedicated security technology company. We are relentlessly focused on constantly finding new ways to keep our customers safe. Share your talents with us in the dynamic security industry, and experience the meaningful, interesting work that is waiting for you!

Application to:  Soumojit Sarjar at   soumojitsarkar@gmail.com

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