Staff level position responsible for implementing Quality Assurance Software Change Control policies and programs. The QA Analyst will execute the quality assurance and software change disciplines as directed by the Director Quality Assurance.
Professional; adaptability; possess strong teamwork building capabilities; excellent time management skills; strong communication skills to articulate complex technical issues; self-starter with ability to work within a large team environment.
Responsible for providing leadership in all activities related to the quality and releasing of software testing. Manage several QA testing and assurance plans on multiple projects. Develop program test plans for developed systems and subsystems. Perform testing of developed and co-developed systems and subsystems. Ensure that full project tests are conducted at regular intervals throughout a project. Ensure that related test plans are run for all changes made to the system. Responsible for ensuring the software complies with the requirements set forth in the FDA guideline 21 CFR Part 11. Assist in the identification and resolution of program, system and subsystem deficiencies. Enter into, maintain and close software related issues in the Issue Tracking database. Ability to identify process improvements. Assist with software releases, technical specifications and other engineering tasks as needed. Assemble client specific software validation packages.
Must be knowledgeable of software quality assurance and change control concepts, practices and procedures and have extensive experience and judgement in planning, implementing and accomplishing related goals. Have technical experience to include but not limited to .NET framework, Microsoft SQL Server Database, Quality Center, Test Director, and QTP. Technical 4+ year degree required.
Monster - 15 months ago
OmniComm Systems, Inc. provides Web-based Electronic Data Capture (EDC) software and services that streamline the clinical research process....