- Career Level Entry Level
- Experience 3 Years
- Education Certificate
- Confirm reported issues and manually test defects, updates and enhancements, ensuring software functions according to design specifications.
- Design, implement, execute, and maintain test cases based on requirements.
- Independently perform QA testing duties daily; reach out to others when additional tools, information, or other support are required.
- Document test findings in detail, including clear descriptive written content.
- Collaborate with product managers to investigate and prioritize issues, refine requirements, draft release notes, and offer input into product design where appropriate.
- Collaborate with developers to identify and demonstrate failure points, assist with unit testing, and investigate possible resolutions where appropriate.
- Work both as an individual contributor, independently performing QA testing, and collaboratively on team projects.
- Perform ongoing integration and regression testing of software.
- Actively participate in group meetings and discussions.
- Meet release deadlines and other goals on time and on target.
- Communicate clearly and precisely, both in writing and verbally.
- Be a vocal proponent for maintaining quality in every phase of the development life cycle.
- Three (3) years software QA experience, preferably with large enterprise applications for a complex domain, ideally in healthcare
- Knowledge of Software Development Life Cycle best practices, Agile/Scrum methodologies
- Ability to troubleshoot issues in current Windows operating system environments
- Familiarity with navigating Linux environments; advanced proficiency a strong plus
- Ability to identify, categorize, and diagnose software issues in a logical, methodical, and time efficient manner
- Experience in the health care services industry. Familiarity with clinical hospital workflows in acute care and/or behavioral health environments is a very strong plus
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
- A self-starter who is comfortable working on a small team where your input matters
- Bachelor’s degree in applicable area or equivalent experience
This position can be remote or in Medsphere’s Mayfield Heights (Cleveland), OH, or Chesterfield (St Louis), MO, office locations.