QA environment management lead

  • Salary:120,0000 - 180,000
  • Location:New York, NY, USA
  • Job Type:Permanent, Full time
  • Company:Alexander Ash Consulting
  • Updated on:19 Sep 17

My client a leading Global financial services firm with operations all over the globe is currently recruiting for a QA environment management lead. You’ll be joining them on a permanent basis in their offices in New York, joining a team dedicated to ensuring that the best possible QA service is provided to the wider business. The role delivers Environment Support, Plant and Release Management services to key stakeholders in region, and will have a specific focus on FRM.

Client

My client a leading Global financial services firm with operations all over the globe is currently recruiting for a QA environment management lead. You’ll be joining them on a permanent basis in their offices in New York, joining a team dedicated to ensuring that the best possible QA service is provided to the wider business. The role delivers Environment Support, Plant and Release Management services to key stakeholders in region, and will have a specific focus on FRM.

The team manages test environmental issues, queries and requests from a broad base of users including Development and Operations teams who require in depth investigation of issues discovered while testing. Responsibility for a variety of issues ranging from simple queries to debugging the root cause of a fail trade. Additionally, management of general stability of different QA/test environments is required.

 

Skills

  • Strong Unix/Linux knowledge
  • Good database knowledge (DB2 and Sybase preferably)
  • Able to read and understand a Java Stack Trace
  • Support experience
  • Experience with a back-end financial system
  • Experience working in a global team
  • Able to popularize technical documentation

 

Responsibilities

  • Database, hardware and application alerts.
  • Application connectivity alerts.
  • User specific application queries
  • User specific bug investigation and analysis.
  • User data, entitlements and capacity issues
  • General environment maintenance