Performance Load Test Developer

Job Number:

21-00237

Location:

Columbia, SC

Onsite Flexibility:

Onsite

Job Description

Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain a low-level U.S. security clearance, which requires a thorough background screening and U.S. citizenship 
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, IT, or related field or equivalent experience
  • 6 years of technical experience with systems analysis, design, and/or programming
  • 5 years of experience with commercial tools and at least 2 years with SOASTA CloudTest
  • 6 years of experience with performance testing development
  • 4 years of experience with performance testing and tuning concepts
  • 3 year of experience in protocols, monitors, and load generation tools
  • Expertise in performance testing tools
  • Strong knowledge of statistical analysis
  • Great analytical skills
  • In-depth knowledge of protocols and multi-tier and distributed systems

Responsibilities:

  • Analyze performance testing requirements
  • Create load testing scripts for rich simulations
  • Create reports and conduct statistical analysis of performance data
  • Provide expertise in the analysis and tuning of systems to achieve acceptable performance
  • Report and communicate status to management
  • Produce reports and provide consultation, advice, and development to PLs, developers, SSDs, and other team members
  • Produce reports readable by upper management; may have to interact in big groups to report on work
  • Perform tests of various systems, such as websites, desktops, services, and intranet applications

Location: Columbia, SC
21-00237
Performance Load Test Developer

TM Floyd & Company offers a generous array of benefits, depending on the length of assignment. We also offer a referral bonus of up to $1,000. Ask us for more details!

TM Floyd & Company participates in E-VERIFY
AAP, EEO

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