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Need SW Quality Engineers (with Digital Imaging / ePublishing exp.) in Silicon Valley, CA


We have the following two positions open at one of our Client's site in the
Silicon Valley, CA area. Our client, apart from being a pioneer in desktop
publishing software provider, also makes web publishing products.

We are looking for two individuals with thorough understanding of the
Quality Engineering process, testing tools and techniques. Please reveiew
the positions listed below and let us know which of these you may want to
explore. In case you are not interested in either, please feel free to
forward the requirements on to any acquaintance who may be ..

PAY RATES FOR BOTH ROLES ARE BETWEEN US$ 40 - 53/hr, (W2 - no benefits, or
C2C; negotiable depending on level of experience)

1. TITLE: Software Quality Engineer (electronic Publishing)
LOC: Santa Clara/San Jose, CA area
DUR: 6 - 12 mths, extendable
JOB: This person will work closely with the development team to identify
appropriate test strategies, communicate and work with other Quality Engg
teams to leverage and coordinate test efforts, implement test plans and test
cases, test tools and utilities for automoating the test process.
KEY SKILLS: Must possess thorough knowledge of of the software Quality
eningeenring process and should be well-familiar with the product life-cycle
processes. Other key skills, they should possess are - experience with PDF,
HTML, XML, CSS, good understanding of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). Must
be able to write scripts in Javascripting. Prior work experience in both WIN
and MAC platforms will be a definite edge. Must have a Bachelors degree in
Computer Sciences or equivalent work experience.

2. TITLE: Software Quality Engineer
LOC: Santa Clara/San Jose, CA area
DUR: 12 mths, extendable
JOB: This person will work closely with the test team to provide user-level
testing and some scripted testing of our new Client imaging application.
This position will involve working closely with Engg teams, which focusses
on the needs of a professional photographer. Work will include ad hoc
testing, bug detection and reporting as well as conducting structured
testing using self-created nad maintained test plans, files and scripts.
KEY SKILLS: Must have a Bachelors degree in Computer Sciences or equivalent
work experience, with at least 3 yrs of end-user testing of a complex
application on WIN and/or MAC platforms. Should be able to write scripts in
Javascripting or similar language. Other desirable skills include: PDF,
HTML, XML, CSS, good understanding of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG).
Digital Photography skills will be a definite asset!

HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in either of these opprtunities, please
e-mail us a MS Word copy of your recent resume quoting the "JOB TITLE:
Software Quality Engineer (electronic Publishing)" OR "Software Quality
Engineer" - as applicable, in the subject line of their e-mail. Please DO
NOT WRITE COVER LETTERS; instead, please include the following on top of
your resume or on the body of the e-mail to help quicken the application
review and shorlisting process:

1. Your current location
2. Current work authorization status in US
3. Current pay and expected rate of pay (please specify whether quoted rate
is on W2 or C2C)
4. Contact Ph#s and best time to call you (please specify the time-zone, you
are in)

Tel # 408-567-0600 xt 310

URL: www.global-infotech.com
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