Are you a solutions builder? Join us! We are ready for you to bring your talent, knowledge, experience, and everything about you into the Smith Technologies family. It is an exciting time as we continue to grow!
Use your expertise to ensure our software is the gold standard for the industry. We are seeking candidates who are curious, like to solve puzzles, and are keen to find solutions. Plan, write, run, and potentially automate software tests, plus write documentation for new software releases.
What You'll Be Doing:
Communicate with scrum team as necessary to ensure product requirements and quality standards are met.
Fully participate in all scrum team activities (e.g. grooming, sprint planning, standups)
Estimate work and commit to estimates.
Develop and execute detailed test plans according to requirements and schedule.
Thoroughly document all reported defects including steps to reproduce.
Write application support information for internal use.
Potentially create test scripts utilizing automation testing software and validate results of automation runs.
Who Are We Looking For:
Highly, Highly, Highly organized and analytical.
Good interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in cooperative team environments.
Great team participation skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
What Experience You'll Need to Have:
Exceptional teamwork, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
One or more of the following:
Pharmacy experience (2+ years).
Pharmacy software testing experience (2+ years).
Experience utilizing automation software (2+ years).
What Experience Would Be Beneficial:
Formal test training.
HP UFT (Unified Functional Testing) / Automation testing
Pharmacy Technician Certification.
What Education You'll Need to Have:
Requires a Bachelor's degree (preferred) in business, computer science, mathematics, finance/accounting or a related field.
Associates degree in the above reference areas with either 2 years of experience in software testing/automation testing or 2 years of pharmacy experience will also be considered.