Job: Part Time Software Test Technician
fozz at iodynamics.com
Fri Dec 9 22:32:13 MST 2005
Hi all, I'm forwarding this message for my wife, who is a QA engineer for
Sorenson Communications. She knows the LUG community is chock full of smart
geeks and hopes some would be interested in a position at Sorenson
Here's the job description:
Sorenson Communications, based in Murray, is looking to fill a Part Time
Software Test Technician position. This job is an ideal opportunity for
students pursuing a bachelors degree in computer science or a related field.
Software Test technicians are responsible for testing Sorenson Communications
software products and tools. They work as members of a team to develop
quality video relay service and IP relay service products. They define test
cases based on design documents, execute test cases, record and track
defects, and prepare the products for release.
The ideal candidate should have an eye for details, the ability to compose
reports that accurately convey results of tests, and should work well in a
team environment as well as indepedently after being given direction.
Applicants should be computer ethusiasts who have a good understanding of
networking concepts, particularly Internet networking.
Plusses include exposure to SQL, Perl, C#, previous testing experience,
common software engineering processes, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, MS SQL
2003/2005, and rackmount server hardware.
Pay is $15/hr. Expected committment: 25-29 hours/week.
Applicants who feel they are a good fit for this position should send a
resume and cover letter (PDF, Word, Text, or RTF acceptable) via e-mail with
the subject line "Part Time Software Test Technician" to:
E-mail: sclavell at sorenson.com
fozz at iodynamics.com is Doran L. Barton, president, Iodynamics LLC
Iodynamics: Linux solutions - Web development - Business connectivity
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