Under general supervision, creates and modifies programs to certify system changes. Develops test control databases. Maintains test databases and ensures their integrity and currency. Distributes test data from control database to development staff to satisfy adequate unit testing. Prepares and maintains system request task status. Maintains and controls the flow of department copies of system requests or problem logs. May perform minor program changes or develop programs as required.
Performs the more routine inspections and measurements, collecting and summarizing quality data, and maintaining records on the results of sampling procedures. Gathers information concerning the application of quality procedures, review of technical quality requirements, or the results of inspections and tests provide a basis for decisions and action by senior-level specialists. Performs audits of relatively simple work processes to insure that work is accomplished according to maintenance standards and specifications; and reviews test and calibration procedures. Provides information for an overall assessment of the timely and proper implementation of new or revised work processes, use of modified or new equipment, and other controlling procedures. Ensures quality processes are developed in conjunction with the user requirements. Works as part of a team to establish parameters and specifications for databases. Tracks and maintains documentation of assigned quality projects. Reviews requirements, specifications and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the programs and processes to be certified. Raises issues, questions and concerns. Validates results, reports discrepancies and follows through to ensure that all issues are resolved. Provides or validates estimates for assigned tasks.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent and 4+ years within Information Technology and 2+ years with NMCI Business Processes and Rules.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.