The Level 3 Test Engineer (TE) shall possess the following capabilities:
Responsibilities include familiarization, code applications penetration testing , documenting, and testing of EMS applications (ex. ServiceNow, Splunk, SolarWinds, HP Service Manager (SM), Network Configuration Management (CM) tools, and others) is preferred, but not mandatory.
The Applications Test engineer will also perform the following: analyzing information, general programming skills, software debugging, software documentation, problem solving, teamwork, software testing fundamentals, writing test plans/SOPs, able to understand software development process transitional hand-offs, and comprehension of software requirements
Provide overall leadership of the T&E task and serve as primary liaison to the government for supporting contract coordination and task execution;
Manage T&E resources and tasks; ensure quality assurance of test processes and products; Coordinate and integrate Evaluation and Testing tasks and products; Participate in T&E WIPT and/or Integrated Test Team as needed to ensure proper coordination of T&E activities; Communicate issues and solutions to the broader government and contract management structure as requested by Leadership;
Drive innovation and responsiveness to program changes and evolving T&E status to help manage program risk: develop alternative courses of action, work-arounds, and fallback positions with a recommended course of action for each risk, and monitor and re-evaluate risks at appropriate milestones; Ensure the appropriate level of independence of the team from the solution provider to support government management of objectivity risk.