About this role:
Wells Fargo is seeking a Systems Quality Assurance Analyst.
Handle escalations, onboarding specialists, UAT sign off authority, Gov Securities, Manage ECM defect board Within the Implementation and Testing team. The Systems quality assurance analyst is responsible for testing request from simple document type changes to more complex new process changes. They are aligned to ECM agile teams as dev testing support. The Implementation and Testing team coordinates and facilitates monthly release weekend and BCP events.
In this role, you will:
- Develop a variety of system quality assurance testing initiatives for projects on software systems
- Complete systems testing and create systems quality assurance testing strategies
- Execute complex test plans and scripts to facilitate testing activities
- Document and verify resolution of software and specification defects
- Develop standards and procedures to determine release readiness and streamline testing process
- Provide guidance, lead, and prioritize testing activities for projects
- Work with teams to develop testing strategies and provide specific technical guidance on defects to developers
- Lead implementation of complex initiatives impacting one or more lines of business
- Understand and ensure compliance and risk management requirements are met
- Work with other stakeholders to implement key risk initiatives
- Mandatory working experience of 2-3 years in Doc Capture COE with processing knowledge in multiple queues.
- 2+ years of Systems Quality Assurance and systems or application testing experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education.
- Bachelor's Degree or above
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