Job- YYC/AB/Canada -Software Quality Assurance Lead, Software Industry, Multi-Tiered J2EE Environmen

Discussion in 'Java' started by cgyjobpro@gmail.com, Feb 5, 2007.

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    Our client, an established software vendor, is looking for a very
    experienced SQA professional Team-lead to come in and immediately take
    the lead role on an active team growing with a mature product line.

    Core technologies are EJB/J2EE based in multiple tiers and hosted on
    multiple commercial webservers, such as Weblogic, WebSphere, and
    JBoss. Suitable experience is strongly favored, although
    consideration will be given to other comparable technology profiles,
    most notably from a C# / .Net background. SQL Server and/or Oracle
    testing experience is preferred.

    Heavy Regression and Load Testing as well as White and Black Box
    Testing.

    Candidate must be immediately available for relocation to Calgary,
    Alberta, Canada, and relocation assistance is available.

    Compensation package is 80-105K, based on experience, as well as a
    benefit and vacation package, and equity options/stock options.

    Interested candidates should contact Scott Mears, ,
    directly.
     
    , Feb 5, 2007
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