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Jr. IVVQ Specialist

Toronto, On


  • Prepares test plans, procedures and reports with the guidance and supervision of more senior staff.
  • Performs tests in-plant and at project sites in accordance with established test plans and procedures. Prepares problem reports describing test failures and defects. Prepares test automation scripts;
  • Develops and maintains test plans, procedures and test cases that establish accept/reject criteria;
  • Performs tests in plant and at project sites;
  • Prepares test reports which record the pass, fail status of planned tests and identify problems reports generated during the tests;
  • Acquires product knowledge through active participation in formal, and on the job training, as well as self study;
  • Prepares trip or test reports upon completion of field assignments;
  • Prepares problem reports in the defect tracking system describing test failures and defects;
  • Provides recommendations for the resolution of test problems;
  • Perform engineering studies of assigned system functions;
  • Conduct test case analysis on assigned functions;
  • Create accurate and concise test procedures;
  • Conduct test execution within the laboratory and field environment, travel is required for site activities;
  • Consistently recognize anomalous system behavior and document the behavior into the problem tracking system;
  • Conduct initial review of test results through incorporating analysis of collected data with observed system response;
  • Communicate test observation and results in both oral and written media to other engineering staff, superiors and customers;
  • Adhere to the company’s processes and work instructions.

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer, Electrical, Systems Engineering, or equivalent;
  • Minimum 1-3 years experience in a systems engineering environment;
  • Computer literacy including word processing, spreadsheet, and databases is essential. Computer literacy using special application software such as problem tracking, requirement management, and parsing software is a significant asset;
  • Knowledge of transit rail system and particularly SELTRAC products is a significant asset;
  • Demonstrated competence of English language skills (written and oral);
  • Understanding of System Engineering principles, life cycle models, and requirements analysis;
  • Test automation and scripting experience;
  • Good working knowledge of software testing, verification methodologies and profiling tools;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

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