iSoftStone North America is looking for QA I to join our Digital Marketing team!
iSoftStone is looking for a talented QA I with at least 1-3 years of experience in testing. This person will be responsible for ensuring the accessibility compliant delivery and resolution of incoming requests for Microsoft products and apps. Responsible for ensuring a product or service meets the established Microsoft Accessibility Standards of quality.
• Performing high-level assessments submitted for testing.
• Preparing test plans that comply with Microsoft Accessibility Standards (MAS).
• Identify, prioritize, and log bugs.
• Communicate status of bug activity.
• Work with developers, test PM, client manager, on a day to day basis.
• Must be able to perform work effectively in an agile environment and handle multiple test tasks
and demands simultaneously.
• Ensure ETAs are met on/before time.
• Participate in scrum and team meetings and should be able to work independently in a time critical environment and as part of a team on special and ongoing projects.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as strong analytical,
presentation and reporting skills.
• Must be flexible to quickly adapt to changing business needs and processes.
• Must be eligible for Microsoft managed service role.
• Knowledge of IT process improvement and various IT QA standards.
• Good communication skills, attention to detail and a team player.
• Experience in working in a SCRUM team and facilitating the scrum process.
• Accessibility testing and regression.
• 508 Certified Accessibility Tester (https://training.section508testing.net/)
• Understanding of accessibility testing tools such as Keros.
• Understanding of Microsoft Accessibility Standards (MAS).
• Proficiency with Assistive Technologies such as NVDA, JAWS, Narrator.
• Working knowledge of the WCAG and requirements to get a web page to an A or AA level of compliance with the WCAG 2.1.
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