Involves developing, evaluating, revising, applying and documenting technical quality assurance protocols, methods and test plans to inspect and test a variety of IT processes, software and products. Ensures activities and items are in compliance with both campus, medical center or Office of the President IT quality assurance standards and applicable government regulations and software / product design specifications to determine and approve software releases. Performs analysis and identifies trends in the inspection of IT processes, software and products and recommends corrective actions when necessary. Ensures that established inspection, sampling and statistical process control procedures are followed. Involved in developing, auditing, monitoring and enforcing the established release management processes and policies in support of cross-domain configuration integration, testing, completeness and consistency. May ensure compliance to UC and / or external specifications and standards.
Applies advanced QA concepts and location objectives to test highly complex software changes or enhancements. Regularly works on highly complex projects where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Directs the selection of and devises methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for testing and releasing software. Coordinates release program activities and functions as a subject matter expert in release management. As a UCSF employee, the QA Automation Engineer serves as the functional QA automation tester for a complex health interoperability platform. This requires close collaboration with our partner engineering teams and the UCSF CDHI technology team that may operate in a co-located UCSF facility or 100% remote.
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