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Quality Assurance Analyst
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Title: Quality Assurance Analyst .
Skills: Quality Assurance, Quality Control, project management .
Date: 3-22-2007 .
Location: Washington, DC .
Area code: 202 .
Tax term: FULLTIME .
Pay rate: 80,000 .
Position ID: 507442 .
Dice ID: RTL55450 .
Job description: .
This is a full time 40-hour per week salaried position. Employee will regularly work from home with 2-3 days travel per week to Washington, DC required for client meetings and on site work.
Applies knowledge of subject matter concepts and techniques to develop and implement quality assurance techniques to engineering, scientific, or business data acquisition and management problems. Analyzes and develops where necessary, alternative quality assurance approaches/techniques to the design, testing and evaluation, and recommends that which will provide the optimum solution balancing specific project needs with economic constraints. Interfaces with and uses computer systems in addressing project objectives. Aids in the formulation of design, functional specification, interfaces and documentation of business and information systems considering system interrelationships, operating modes, and equipment configurations. Responsible for quality control guidance in segments or phases of broader more complex projects. Must be knowledgeable in performing requirements analysis for a wide range of users, with a focus on quality control. Must be able to present quality assurance techniques and processes for user approval at formal reviews.
Reviews, analyzes, integrates and conducts test and evaluation activities. Responsible for developing project plans, guidelines and controls Analyzes project requirements in the areas of business management, financial management, program scheduling, critical path analyses, and support requirements. Conducts formal and informal reviews at pre-determined points throughout the program life cycle. Keeps management aware of status, problems, and solutions.
Coordinates with the Project and/or Program Manager to ensure problem solution and user satisfaction. Assesses products and procedures for compliance with government standards.
SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Reviews all computer security procedures and issues. Conducts risks assessments, technical configuration determinations, and security procedures. Conducts planning, cost analysis and implementation of all aspects of computer security. Performs resident expert functions in all information security areas. Manages the designs, development, implementation and support of all computer security policy, procedures, and systems.
Work experience requirements:
Ten (10) years of direct experience, five (5) years of which must be in management of government business and technical operations, including all of the areas outlined above. Must have demonstrated program, deliverables and staff management experience.
Education Requirements:A Bachelors degree or equivalent experience.Four (4) years* experience may be substituted for a Bachelor*s Degree. Must be a US Citizen. Must be able to obtain a position of public trust with the US Government (requires fingerprints and background check).