The Under Armour Global Ecommerce Team is currently seeking a Senior Quality Assurance Analyst.  The Sr. QA Analyst will be responsible for developing solutions for testing and analysis of our global Ecommerce storefronts. The analyst will work in a collaborative team ensuring the delivery of business results, test case creation and execution, and training team members to adopt best practices for effective testing.  You will contribute towards ensuring an exceptional consumer experience by testing as a “user” to reduce the defect rate of shipped software as well as identifying major risks to the success of the project(s). You must demonstrate a passion for innovation, think like an analyst, and execute like an engineer; ideally you will have experience mentoring and working collaboratively with other QA, Engineering and Business partners and the ability to excel in a fast-paced environment.  The Sr. QA Analyst is an integral part of a passionate, focused and driven team that supports high impact projects that fuel our rapid growth by providing unparalleled service to deliver a great product.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Analyzes test strategies and test results and recommends course of action necessary to ensure standards demanded by Under Armour
  • Develop test cases, test plans and suites to validate our global Ecommerce storefronts.
  • Document testing processes, status and execution reports; communicate analysis, recommendations and alternatives to address existing and potential areas for improving QA team
  • Collaborate with QA Manager to triage and document technical issues, incorporating lessons learned into existing test plans and processes
  • Interface with QA testing team and SMEs to identify and prioritize areas for automation, define estimates and success criteria

 

Technical Attributes & Experience of Ideal Candidate:

  • BA/BS in Computer Science or Engineering discipline or 5+ years of QA experience
  • Working knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Proven experience and knowledge working in an Agile environment.
  • Experience developing and manually executing test cases and test plans to apply against multiple devices and platforms (responsive web, mobile, native apps or PWA)
  • Unparalleled communication and organization skills, with the ability to work independently and as part of a cross-functional team, prioritizing and executing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Driven towards developing and mentoring the team, building and documenting processes and researching tools
  • Experience with Cucumber or similar BDD automation framework a plus
  • Experience with Ecommerce applications; define critical path and dependencies is a plus
  • Internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) testing is a plus
  • Fluent in German or Spanish a plus

 

Behavioral Attributes of Ideal Candidate:

  • Team Player. Loves being part of a team, both leading and serving; demonstrated deep commitment to colleagues; highly effective in a matrix environment
  • Humble & Hungry.  Confidence without arrogance; driven to continually “up their game" regardless of prior successes
  • Unparalleled Integrity.  In good times and bad, lives the UA Way; takes ownership for mistakes; delivers tough messages directly; doesn’t “back-channel”
  • Action Oriented.  "Can do" and "does do" attitude; authentically engaged with people and situations
  • Accountable.  Commits to stretch goals and delivers; holds self to highest performance standards
  • “Gets” Under Armour.  Passionately embraces the challenge and effort to keep UA unique; committed to go the extra mile to build/protect the brand
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