Engineer I (QA Analyst)

  • Close supervision involving detailed instructions and regular monitoring on work performance. • Contributes to the completion of milestones associated with specific projects.• Builds knowledge of the organization, processes and customers.• Communication involves obtaining or providing information requiring little explanation or interpretation.• Contacts are primarily within immediate work unit.
  • Fundamental knowledge of basic work routines and standards.• Applies limited knowledge to narrow boundaries.• Works to achieve job objectives and solve routine problems with limited scope. • Results and recommendations are made to improve procedures within own role or department.• Consults with senior peers on non-complex projects.• Has no related work experience or has work experience but requires formal training in theories/concepts in own function.

Basic Accountability Statement

  • Performs basic analysis that follows practices and policies within their department.• Develops solutions to routine problems of limited scope. • Requires knowledge and experience in own discipline; still acquiring higher level knowledge and skills.
  • Fundamental knowledge of basic work routines and standards.• Applies limited knowledge to narrow boundaries.• Works to achieve job objectives and solve routine problems with limited scope. • Results and recommendations are made to improve procedures within own role or department.• Consults with senior peers on non-complex projects.• Has no related work experience or has work experience but requires formal training in theories/concepts in own function.

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