QA Analyst (Law Enforcement)

Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Posted Date 10 months ago(12/31/2019 2:45 PM)
# of Openings
Information Technology


SoluStaff is actively recruiting a Quality Assurance Analyst to lead the Quality Assurance on the implementation of a new law enforcement Records Management System for its customer, a large law enforcement organization located in Philadelphia, PA.  The candidate should have a talent for critical thinking, and a passion for ensuring user experience quality across multiple platforms and devices. The Quality Assurance Analyst will provide leadership and direction for their QA analysis. In this role the Quality Assurance Analyst will be responsible for ensuring that the project deliveries meet or exceed user quality expectations. The Quality Assurance Analyst, reporting to the Project Manager and working in partnership with the Business Analyst and the project team, will deliver high quality, effective and reliable solutions in order maximize organizational value.  W-2 and 1099 consultants will be considered for this role.


  • Primarily responsible for checking software for a new law enforcement Records Management System product.
  • Collaborate with the client, project managers and developers to provide a high level of functionality, usability, and testability expertise.
  • Plan, lead, execute, and oversee all testing activities including Test Plan and Joint Test Strategy.
  • Test deliverables for compliance with customer’s usability guidelines
  • Perform cross browser/platform/OS compatibility testing while applying standard QA methods/best practices relevant to interactive media development process
  • Review computer logs and reports to identify program processing errors and possible improvements.
  • Conduct compatibility tests with other software programs, hardware, multiple operating systems, and network environments
  • Regression test complex, database-driven applications
  • Note discovered defects or issues.
  • Run debugging programs as needed.
  • Work with software developers to correct issues.
  • Generate reports (defect and status reports).
  • Effectively communicate defects to project teams with clear information about the failed requirement, its impact on the system, and clear steps to reproduce.
  • Work with development to upgrade databases as required.
  • Participates in releases to ensure the delivery of the best product to a user.


  • Experience in working with vendors and government organizations is preferred.
  • QA Lead and/or vendor coordination experience.
  • Strong knowledge of QA processes and concepts including test case preparation and testing methodologies.
  • Written and verbal communication, including technical writing skills.
  • Hands-on testing experience in multiple environments and products.
  • Can come up to speed quickly on a law enforcement Records Management System product.
  • General understanding of systems engineering concepts.
  • Prior experience in collaborating with customer on test design and test planning.
  • The ability to conduct and produce testing analysis and test scripts.
  • The ability to thoroughly document defects and reproduce defects for development.
  • Microsoft Access and/or Microsoft SQL Server experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience writing, testing and debugging SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports preferred.
  • Prior Records Management System experience a plus.
  • Detail oriented, analytical and inquisitive.
  • Ability to work independently and with others
  • Bachelor’s degree – Preferably in Computer Sciences desired.
  • 5+ years in quality assurance, test strategy, test planning, test execution.
  • 2+ years of QA Lead experience.
  • Experience working with Vendors.
  • Experience testing web based and mobile software.
  • Understanding of frontend vs backend technologies.
  • Understanding of browser debugging and console.
  • Ability to pass a federal Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) background/criminal record check, including fingerprinting.


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