QA Analyst- Longterm Contract- Wellesley, MA

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
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Company Description:
As a leading international provider of financial products and services to both individual and corporate customers, this company's goal is to help people achieve financial freedom and security. Their commitment to supporting their key priorities of health and wellness, arts and culture and sustainability is supported by their being named one of the 2014 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, as selected by Corporate Knights.
Main Accountabilities
Validate data conversions from Siebel to Salesforce
Ensure converted data execution against Salesforce Application
Thoroughly tests software to ensure proper operation and freedom from defects.
Documents all problems and work to resolve them; reports progress on problem resolution to management.
Performs workflow analysis and recommends quality improvements.
Collaborate as part of an Agile/Scrum and extended QA team
BS/BA degree or equivalent experience required.
Salesforce Cloud functional testing experience
Data Conversion experience
Database SQL experience to view for data mining and validation (selects and joins)
Agile experience Two to four years of progressive experience as a QA, Business Analyst, or Applications Analyst/Programmer.
Requires sound knowledge of quality assurance methods and procedures, as well as familiarity with the full life cycle development processes.
Requires strong communication skills, both verbal and written, organizational skills, interpersonal skills and project planning skills.
Demonstrated aptitude towards problem identification, resolution and comprehension and interpretation of technical procedures.
For more information or to apply please contact Colleen at (781) 263-5233 or email at

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