Job Description A Test Lead with Wealth Management Domain experience Responsibilities Delivery o Responsible for the execution of all assigned project release testing activities o Allocate tasks, manage day to day test activities, track and report them for the respective work stream o Participate in requirements or scrum meetings for the work stream o Identify cross stream dependencies and ensure they are addressed o Ensure pre-requisites for testing (like environment, tools, data) are in place o Work with team leads in successfully delivering the project o Ensure escalation processes are followed to swiftly alert all the project stakeholders to risks or issues in the project and ensure appropriate actions are taken o Regularly report the work stream status to stakeholders Skills, Experience and Role Expectations o B.E. B.Tech. or other equivalent degrees and qualifications o Candidate should have 9 to 12 years of experience in testing, preferably in the BFSI domain o Candidate should have hands on experience in one or many areas of testing like functional, automation, ETL, API testing etc. Strong expertise in Mainframe Testing and Automation Mainframe functional testing File aid, DB2, AS400 Mainframe basic IBM DB2 - Browsing a file, Batch Testing Loading a file, Batch Automation Mainframes Testing Required to understand the mainframe CICS screen functionality and mainframe jobs and IOMs functionality. Good experience in VSAMCOBOL Good experience in HPUFT Automation o Exposure to different SDLCs, Agile experience is a must o Strong oral and written communications skills o Strong MS Office skills Must be available to work across international time zones Associated topics: process, prevent, prevention, quality assurance, quality assurance analyst, software quality, software quality engineer, software quality assurance engineer, test engineer, tester
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