Quality Assurance Analysts (QA Analyst) are responsible for employing principles and practises of software or programme quality assurance throughout the development phases. It is a fundamental element of the designing and creation of the software because it allows for errors and faults to be picked up before public launch and to be corrected.
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Quality Assurance Analysts will normally work alongside Quality Assurance Engineers, Process Consultants and Senior Quality Analysts, depending on the size of the company- however, these roles can often be merged. QA Analysts will partake in review meetings, approve and proof documents from the Quality Assurance Manager, conduct internal quality audits and plan and undertake quality audits of subcontractors, depending on the nature of the business.
QA Analysts will continue to learn about the industry and processes related to the project, as well as conduct training. The main role of QA Analysts will be to identify issues and resolve these; all work will be recorded in software related metrics. QA Analysts must have a comprehensive understanding of coding and programming, be efficient problem-solvers and would ideally have years of experience or higher education certificates to demonstrate their suitability for the role.