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User Acceptance Test Manager - Cincinnati, OH

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User Acceptance Test Manager


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201 E. Fourth Street, Suite 800, Cincinnati, OH 45202.  This position is for roving employment.  Duties may be required at various unanticipated worksites throughout the U.S. 



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Develop the overall testing strategy and prioritize testing needs.  Partner with key IT and business communities to ensure effective use of methodologies and communicate test strategies, test results and performance.  Define the strategy and negotiate the ongoing purpose and deliverables of testing efforts. Ensure appropriate planning and management of test resources (includes schedules and timecard management).  Assess progress and effectiveness of the test team.  Advocate the appropriate level of quality by the resolution of important defects.  Advocate an appropriate level of testability focus in the software development process.  Estimate and obtain management support for the time, resources and budget required to perform testing.  Document, implement, monitor, and enforce all processes for testing as per standards defined by the organization and UA Test Management Office (TMO).  Act as an escalation point for project testing issues and work with leadership, project/program manager to resolve. Up to 100% travel. This position supervises up to 30 Senior UAT Testers.


BS/BA degree or higher required, preferably in science or technology field. Foreign equivalent degrees are acceptable.  In lieu of a degree, must have two years of professional experience as a manager in an IT field.    In addition to degree (or alternate two years of experience) at least 7 years of experience in IT management for capital markets clients with at least 7 years of specific experience in:


  • Developing test schedules and preparing/reviewing test reports;
  • Managing multiple on-going large test efforts simultaneously; 
  • Developing communications, in both written and verbal formats, for senior-level leaders;
  • Facilitating communications between technical, product, and business partners; 
  • Developing and presenting reports and recommendations to influence various organizational levels, including senior management. 


During the interview, candidate will be required to demonstrate a sufficient understanding of the differences between UAT and other testing phases.

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Cincinnati, OH
United States of America

Information Technology / IT - Systems

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Full Time Position
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Posted Date:3/15/2019


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Job Title: User Acceptance Test Manager

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Job Type: Full Time Position

Reference ID: 359688

Posted Date: 3/15/2019

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