Our client, a large agency with the State of California is replacing multiple outdated legacy systems with a new pension administration system. The Pension System functionality will include, but will not be limited to, contribution reporting and collections, crediting service, member demographic information maintenance, service credit purchases, benefit application processing, benefit calculation, benefit payroll, third party deductions and disbursements, tax reporting, receivables and collections, correspondence and statement generation, and event tracking. In order to implement a quality system, our client is hiring several Test Analysts to ensure a timely and proper implementation. This is a four to twelve month project with possible extension. We are not able to sponsor VISA or work permits, OPT’s or EAD’s at this time.
Hourly W-2 pay rate is $45.00-$65.00 an hour depending on experience.
We are seeking the following skills:
Detailed knowledge of, and experience with, business analysis and testing techniques supporting large software development and custom, off-the-shelf software implementation projects.
Analysis of business needs, business analysis, hands-on testing and release planning.
Qualified candidates will have:
At least seven (7) years of experience in the following areas:
Test Analyst leading or participating in the technical implementation of software/systems/applications automating complex business processes, performing the following:
Assessment of analysis scope and tasks
• Planning business analysis tasks
• Elicitation, definitions and documentation of various business, user, and system requirements
• Analysis for business process improvement, application design and workflow automation
• Modeling and documenting functional designs
• Business requirements and business rules
• Functional requirements and/or functional specifications
• Non-functional requirements
At least three (3) years of experience using Test Application Lifecycle Management tools such as HP ALM, Rational Requisite Pro, or Jama to document functional and non-functional requirements, design specifications, test cases and defects, and provide full traceability.