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Performance Test Engineer in Bloomfield at Collabera

Date Posted: 11/22/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Contractor
  • Location:
    Bloomfield
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    11/22/2018

Job Description

• Work with developers to define non-functional requirements • Work with data team to ensure the volume and integrity of the data will meet testing requirements • Build and present application performance test plan • Create and modify performance test scripts • Test, measure, interpret application non-functional requirements • Interpret infrastructure key performance indicators • Diagnose application errors and slow performance • Utilize DevOps tooling to automate testing • Develop reports summarizing the results of testing • Participate on calls or chat during load testing and go / no-go recommendations • Engage various infrastructure and application teams to receive sign-off • Lead Proof of Concepts (POCs) including working with application teams, consultant firms, and product vendors • Provide knowledge transfer to team members • Partner with application development and production support leaders • Engage in capacity planning discussions, forecasts, solutions

Job Requirements

• The performance engineering team provides enterprise wide performance testing to measure non-functional requirements of applications including, but not limited to, application response times, error rates, throughput, and resiliency testing. • The performance engineer must have knowledge of performance testing tools such as Microfocus (HP) Loadrunner, Rational Performance Tester or Neoload with a preference on open source tools such as Jmeter, Locust, and Selenium. • The Application developer should have a strong background with an application language such as Java, Python or .net framework languages. • In addition, the performance engineer should be familiar with DevOps tools such as Git, Jenkins, Udeploy, and Ansible. • The performance engineer must partner with product vendors, applications teams, and other support teams to resolve issues and achieve organizational goals.