LINGUIST List 12.1026

Wed Apr 11 2001

Jobs: Software: Quality Analyst at OpenText, IL USA

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  1. Robin Quinn, Software: Quality Analyst at OpenText, IL USA

Message 1: Software: Quality Analyst at OpenText, IL USA

Date: 11 Apr 2001 19:51:35 -0000
From: Robin Quinn <>
Subject: Software: Quality Analyst at OpenText, IL USA

Rank of Job: Quality Analyst
Areas Required: Software
Other Desired Areas: French
University or Organization: OpenText
State or Province: IL
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: open
Contact: Robin Quinn

Address for Applications:
2201 S. Waukegan Rd Suite S-300
IL 60015

Software Quality Analyst - French

General Description

Open Text, having refreshed its product vision, is streaking past the
competition and building products that help companies and
business-to-business communities radically change the way they
work. By leveraging its technological heritage and partnering with the
likes of Microsoft, SAP, Sun Systems, Oracle and others, Open Text is
extending its product, Livelink to take e-Business to the next
level. Be a member of a winning team that is challenged to constantly
master leading edge technology and use it to build compelling
products, working with some of the best developers in the world who
will mentor you to do your best and grow constantly. 

Primary Duties

1. Translate English user interface into French.

2. Provide an analysis of the software quality in a dynamic
environment with all the resources you need to excel. 

3. Design and write test strategies using leading edge technology. 

4. Participate in test strategy inspections. 

5. Design, write, and execute test cases. 

6. Report software defects. 

7. Receive direction from the System Test Manager or designate. 

8. See how your products will change the world as you participate in
the requirements and design approval phases of the development cycle.

Skills and Knowledge

1. Fluent in French; familiarity with technical translations.

2. General knowledge of the NT and Unix operating systems.

3. Comfortable with installing configuring software, including in
French operating systems.

4. Experience in a testing environment. 

5. Detailed and task oriented. 

6. Written and oral communication skills. 

7. Familiar with Quality Standards (ISO 9000, IEEE) and software
lifecycle a plus.

8. Knowledge of software applications. (Software testing tools, defect
tracking tools, and web browsers). 


The position requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
Work Environment

Casual office environment. Reasonable accommodations can be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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