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Job posting: Analytics software tester at JMP

Good news! I have a JMP job listing to share with you. This time, it's a software testing job in JMP R&D.

Here's the description of the job from the SAS Careers site (where all JMP jobs are posted):

"As a JMP Analytics Software Tester, you will validate statistical features of JMP. Interact directly with developers to test the numerical accuracy of statistical algorithms during the development life cycle. Ensure quality and functionality of software code that is used to make critical decisions. Understand the needs of JMP's customer base and give usability feedback in order to make data-based analytical problem solving accessible to a wide audience. Research technical literature, maintain test scripts and participate in the documentation review process."

Essential qualifications are as follows:

  • Master's degree in statistics or a related quantitative field including extensive coursework in mathematics.
  • 2 or more years of experience using JMP in a professional capacity.
  • Ability to think analytically and to effectively communicate problems and suggest fixes.
  • The listing also identifies some additional qualifications:

    • Ability to work in a team environment, collaborating with other testers, developers, documentation staff members as well as technical support.
    • Ability to demonstrate flexibility in adapting to changing priorities and deadlines.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
    • For more information and to apply online, check out the full job listing. Best of luck to you! And if you know someone who might be interested, spread the word!

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