IBM is inviting applications from candidates interested to work as Technical Specialists in multiple cities.
About the Company
International Business Machines Corporation is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York, with operations in over 170 countries.
About the Job
As a Test Specialist at IBM, your analytical and technical skills will directly impact the quality of the software we create. Come work in an agile environment where you will help each iteration reach the next level. Whether the testing is manual, automated, or cognitive, you hold a key role in releasing the best deliverables to IBM’ers and our clients.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
- QA scope
- Copy / Editing
- System Integration Testing (SIT)
- Accessibility Verification Testing (AVT)
- Publication / Hosting
- Platforms / Devices:
- Windows 7 with Firefox / IE
- MAC with Safari
- Linux with Firefox
- Mobile: Android, iOS – Tablets and Phones
- Experience working in a global matrix environment
- Prior experience in talent acquisition or in human resource
Job Role/ Responsibilities
- Responsible for verifying, testing, and identifying issues in the education content within the standards, guidelines, and requirements
- Work with Product Owners, Stakeholders, and other team members as appropriate
- Understand and utilize the tools and technologies being used
- Understand and Apply the copy/edit, and branding standards
- Work with the SMEs to understand the requirements… as and when appropriate
- Work with PM / IM to keep on track with the project plan, and timeline
- Work with Experience Designers to understand the storyboards and requirements
- Work with UI Developers to understand the programming, tracking, and other requirements
- Coordinate with the other QA team members to test the product
- Work with the Project team to convey the test results
How to Apply?
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