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     Date Submitted:17-02-2010
     Last Modified:12-04-2010 (04:22)
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     Current job:SW Quality Assurance Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
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    Software Test Coordinator (from March 2008)
    Accenture (Client: Telefónica) | Madrid, Madrid

    Currently, I am coordinating the test activities within the most relevant Strategic Transformation Program for IT and Business areas of Telefónica Group; focusing on the integration and convergence of the different sales processes and IT solutions.
     
    • responsible for coordinating the overall testing effort and deliverables (test teams of 25+ members);
    • developing test strategy and test planning activities (integration, regression, concurrence, performance, security, etc.);
    • implementing governance, reporting processes, standard processes, methodologies and tools;
    • supporting all different project management activities: resource management, monitor and control project, risks management, quality assurance management, etc.
       
    Software Test Coordinator (February 2008 - March 2008)
    Accenture (Internal Project) | Chicago, Illinois

    As an experienced consultant, I have contributed as faculty for the Accenture’s core analyst training program; revealing to analyst from all over the globe the skills and best practices that help to create value for our clients.
     
    • sharing how to apply principles of solution delivery excellence to deliver value-focused solutions for clients;
    • reinforcing the knowledge of business drivers to understand client issues and requirements;
    • encouraging strong interpersonal skills and business acumen to gain credibility with supervisors and clients;
    • primary faculty contact for delivering training content related to project’s quality assurance and test phase matters.
       
    SW Quality Assurance and SW Test Engineer (October 2005 - February 2008 )
    Accenture (Client: EADS) | Madrid, Madrid

    Within NATO Eurofighter Project (multi-role combat aircraft), I have performed multiple quality assurance and test roles related to ground support information systems; including Eurofighter’s Engineering Support and Reference Data Management Systems.
    Locations: Spain, Germany, Italy and UK.
    • supporting the generation of project’s data items according to contractual specifications and quality standards: Risk Management Plan, Quality Assurance Plan, Software Test Plan, Software Qualification Procedures, etc.
    • ensuring the identification and implementation of standards and internal procedures for Product Quality Assurance;
    • scheduling, definition and execution of software test activities, including distributed acceptance system tests;
    • generation of training documentation and support materials (Computer Based Training, fast training guides, etc.);
    • liaising with NATO military authorities and different sectors of the European aerospace and defence industry.


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