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Electrical Engineer / Construction QA Representative
McDonough Bolyard Peck, IncSt Louis, MO
Addition experience required for low voltage electricity, interior and exterior lighting, IT phone and data communications, security system, fire alarm notification, fire sprinkler system, direct digital controls, installation, testing and balancing limit switches, commissioning systems and turnover of electrical systems to the client.
Sr. Data Analyst (Basic Sql Skills, Aws, Kafka)
Randstad USSt Louis, MO
automation qa lead (etl testing, ms queries, azure, java, python or c#, web api, kafka) Louis Creative Jobs
Greater St. Louis As we grow our capabilities in this space we are looking for people to take initiative and who want to go above and beyond to put tools
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Two Way Radio Technician
William H Hunter RecruitingSt Louis, MO
Provide factory support for manufacturing QA and RMA repairs.
Front - End Web Development Lead
AccentureSt Louis, MO
With expertise in product strategy, project management, QA, design thinking, user-experience design/research, and impeccable development for native mobile, web, and embedded systems, we will help bring clarity to any omni-channel product vision.
Quality Assurance Manager
Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN)St Louis, MO
USDA, FDA, QA and food science experience highly desired.
Quality Assurance Manager
TRC StaffingSt Louis, MO
USDA, FDA, QA and food science experience highly desired.
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Quality Engineer
Visionaire PartnersSt Louis, MO
QA EngineerExciting contract to hire opportunity as a QA Engineer who will be responsible for guiding and driving top tier delivery within their environment.
Lead Site Reliability Engineer
SPECTRUMMaryland Heights, MO
Work with QA lead, Tech leads, architects to ensure test automation, security testing is integrated with our Cloud solutions and pipeline.
Automation QA (Remote)
Conexess GroupKinloch, MO
Analyzes, designs new or modified Quality Assurance (QA) procedures and standards Assists in the development and implementation of QA metrics for assessing the quality of delivered application software.
Front - End Web Developer / Graphic Designer
PerficientSt Louis, MO
Work with Email team in the execution of email marketing campaigns including building QA, testing, and reporting.
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Associate Director - SAP MRS Or CPM Owner - Remote
KPMGSt Louis, MO
+ Conduct and/or support testing activities (i.e., review QA test cases, product owner test plan, user acceptance testing, production validation, coordinate delivery of testing interfaces, etc.)
Senior Environmental Engineer
WSPBallwin, MO
Ability to work independently and provide guidance and leadership to junior team or project members, with strict adherence to QA/QC.Critical thinking and problem-solving skills required to apply technical knowledge to reach conclusions from testing results, data collation, statistical analysis and arriving at the most effective, economical, and logical solution.
Quality Manager (Heavy Civil / Marine)
Alberici Constructors IncSt Louis, MO
Alberici Constructors, Inc., a leading firm in the construction industry with annual revenues exceeding $1B, and most recently ranked the 35th largest General Contractor in the United States, is searching for a Quality Manager to oversee QA/QC efforts for substantial projects within our heavy civil/marine markets.
Digital Solutions QA Analyst - Telecom
Telus International DiversitSt Charles, MO
Smoke Test the environmentRun Functional Test Cases for new functionality/ enhancementsRun Regression Test suite to support existing functionalityRegular follow ups with Development, BA and other stakeholder team on defect statusAttend & manage Defect Triage callsDaily meeting with development team on changes introduced and testing re-planningAble to publish Test Reports.
To ATS or not to ATS

As hiring is becoming more analytical and data-driven, companies have found ways to incorporate technology to help hire and recruit more efficiently. ATS, also known as an applicant tracking system, has become one of the most widely adopted technological recruiting tools to date. In fact, according to data from Capterra:

QA Tester - Automated - Direct Hire
SyllogisTeksSt Louis, MO
QA Automation Engineer Summary The Quality Assurance Analyst will follow the lead of the QA Team leader.

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