Lead Internet Software Developer

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TSYS seeks Lead Internet Software Developers for its Columbus, GA office. Multiple positions are available.
Duties: Responsible for developing Automation framework and implementation. Build out an automated test suites to cover regression (functional tests). Collaborate with development team to understand how development changes affect ongoing automation efforts. Provide test coverage analysis based on automation results. Perform test analysis on complex project requirements. Responsible for resolving complex issues identified in testing. Design contingency plans as needed. Coordinate with technical and business resources to identify and correct system defects discovered during the testing activity. Perform risk analyses requirements for integrated testing. Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the multiple environments. Demonstrate understanding of structured analysis and design as it relates to the test design. Recognize the inter-relationships between the various functional components of the system and the business, technical and project requirements in order to determine the appropriate testing methodology to use during test execution and validation. Able to mentor the new team members on the application and framework.
Requirements: Requires at least a Bachelors degree in CS, Engineering or related field and five years of experience in the position offered or related position. Experience must include: experience with OO development, J2EE (JSP, JMS, EJB, Servlets, JDBC and XML); experience in VB Scripting and HP Automation tools QTP, Load runner and QC; and experience in creating Automation frame work.
Qualified candidates email resumes to . EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability. Please ref. job # 91407.

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