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Quality Assurance Engineer (PariMAX)
PariMAXHunt Valley, MD
Serve as the quality expert and enforce quality assurance/control processes and procedures as an embedded test engineer on a cross-functional product team. Our companies and products include AmTote, Xpressbet, 1/ST BET, and PariMAX, and we are always eager to add enthusiastic and knowledgeable members to our growing team.
Quality Assurance Engineer (Front - End)
PariMAXHunt Valley, MD
The QA Engineer (Front-End) position monitors all stages of software development to identify and resolve system malfunctions to meet quality standards. The QA Engineer (Front-End) is responsible for maintaining, enhancing and updating the existing Automated tests to make sure that they continue to run, are updated with changes and are migrated to newer technologies, as needed. Assurance Engineer Job Description
The application has an Angular front-end and they are seeking a QA tester to execute manual testing on business features being coded into the system.
 As a Software Quality Assurance Automation Analyst, you will get to work with a growing team of QA experts skilled in manual and automated testing.
Quality Assurance Engineer (Front - End)
PariMAXProgress, OR
Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes competitive base salary and benefits Responsibilities: Serves as the quality expert and enforces quality assurance/control processes and procedures as an embedded tester on a cross-functional product team.
Quality Assurance Engineer (Front - End)
PariMAXCockeysville, MD
Overview: Ready to take a different path?
Quality Assurance Engineer (PariMAX)
PariMAXCockeysville, MD
Overview: Ready to take a different path?
Quality Assurance Engineer (Front - End)
PariMAXBeaverton, OR
The role is responsible for reviewing system requirements, designs test cases, test programs in a programming language or languages, automated scripts and tracks quality assurance metrics (e.g. defect densities and open defect counts.

Title: quality assurance engineer Company: parimax

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