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Software Quality Control Analyst

NewsBank is a major Web publishing and media services company serving schools, libraries, businesses, publishers, and consumers. We build our products around a vast and diverse collection of content. NewsBank has created one of the largest database of newspaper archives in the world, with content ranging from the 1970's through today. We are also publishing digital images of historically important document collections dating back to the 1690's and Digital newspapers from 1700-1900. NewsBank is a 30-year old company looking for people with a desire to learn and grow and are always seeking new challenges.

Our software engineering team is responsible for analysis and development of customer software and internal information processing systems. We are currently looking for a Quality Control Analyst to develop and execute testing plans for existing and newly developed internet based software systems. The position requires excellent oral, written and organizational skills, experience in developing test plans for internet based software, and an understanding of software development and customer support functions. Prior experience using and configuring automated testing tools, defect tracking and reporting, and performance testing are desirable.

NewsBank offers growth opportunities for those who seek new challenges. We offer highly competitive wages, regular salary reviews, competitive benefits, and an on-site fitness center. Send your resume and cover letter to:

Human Resources
NewsBank, inc.
P.O. Box 219
Chester, VT 05143

MF/EOE

Visit us at http://www.newsbank.com


11.10.04

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