Netscape Job Opening: Software QA Test Engineer
Monday June 12th, 2000
The job description:
Responsible for testing Netscape's web client product. This includes the creation of new test suites for Browser UI/UE components, maintenance of existing test suites, defining test plans and test specifications, execution of test cases, problem research, reporting and follow up for product failures. QA engineer will also be responsible for assisting to define the processes required to promote the overall quality of the product.
The successful candidate will have broad knowledge in several Internet/browser technical areas, and a solid understanding of software quality assurance practices. S/he will be expected to communicate clearly and effectively. The position calls for someone who can be an active team participant, who can provide technical leadership, is capable of identifying complex problems and choosing appropriate solutions. Knowledge in multiple operating systems - Win32, Mac and/or Linux.
2-4 years QA experience. Bachelors in CS or equivilent.
Contact: Paul Wyskoczka, email@example.com
Send your info to Paul. If you have any questions regarding the group, project, or the company, you can write Sarah Liberman.
Tuesday June 13th, 2000 3:24 PM
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At my company, the techies write job requirements that do not include college degrees, and the HR people tack them on to the job postings anyway. When it comes time to hire people, nobody cares about the degree.
Do companies realize that they may be turning away perfectly good candidates by requiring degrees?