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Role: Part Time Trainers

Location: Iselin NJ

Employment Type: Part time(25 hours per week)

Responsibilities:

Deliver project management courses in public, open enrollment programs and at client sites.

Serve as a subject matter expert (SME) for course development or client customized training.

Apply PM knowledge and skills to address client needs.

Participate on engagement teams to deliver project management coaching or consulting services.

In this comprehensive course, trainer will teach the fundamentals of project management: how to initiate, plan, and execute a project that meets objectives and satisfies stakeholders.

Aligned with the Project Management Institute (PMI®) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, 2013, this course provides a step-by- step guide to planning and executing a project. Working through case studies with real-world scenarios, you will interact with fellow students to learn and apply the methodologies and good practices of formal project management.

You will discover the approaches and techniques that make project managers successful, covering topics such as:

  • Analyzing stakeholders
  • Defining expectations
  • Defining project deliverables
  • Analyzing scope
  • Developing schedules
  • Mitigating risk
  • Contingency planning
  • Establishing and applying effective change controls
  • Performance reporting
  • Communicating status to project stakeholders

During class, project management theory will be interspersed with practical, hands-on workshops. Seventy percent of class time is dedicated to experience-based skills development. In the remaining class time, you will learn about methodologies and put practical skills into context.

PMP and PMI are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Role: Part Time Trainers

Location: Iselin NJ

Employment Type: Part time(25 hours per week)

Responsibilities:

  • Understand the concepts of Business Intelligence Data warehousing
  • Get to know what is ETL Testing, QA Lifecycle and RDBMS Concepts
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of Data Warehouse WorkFlow and comparison between Database Testing and Data Warehouse Testing
  • Understand different ETL Testing scenarios like Constraint Testing, Source to Target Testing, Business Rules Testing, Negative Scenarios Testing, Dependency Testing, Error Handling Testing
  • Perform data Checks using SQL and understand the scope of BI Testing

Trainer will impart foundation of Data Warehouse with the concepts, Dimensional Modeling and important aspects of Dimensions, Facts and Slowly Changing Dimensions along with the DW/BI/ETL set up, Database Testing Vs Data Warehouse Testing, Data Warehouse Workflow and Case Study, Data Checks using SQL, Scope of BI testing and get the steps to set up the environment with the most popular ETL tool Informatica to perform all the activities on your personal computer to get first hand practical knowledge

Modules covered by trainer during the ETL course

  • Datawarehouse concepts
  • Master Data Warehouse Concepts, Step by Step from Scratch
  • Is Data Warehouse still relevant in the age of Big Data?
  • What is Data?
  • Why Data Warehouse is implemented?
  • What is a Data Warehouse?
  • Data Mart
  • Data Warehouse Architectures
  • Dimensional Modeling
  • How to build a Dimensional Model?
  • Various Objects in a Dimensional Model
  • Data Integration and ETL
  • ETL Vs ELT
  • ETL using SSIS
  • Overview of SQL Server Data Tools
  • Exploring data flows
  • Transferring Data from Excel to SQL Server
  • Transferring Data from SQL server to Excel
  • Data scripting
  • Deployment – Package Configurations
  • Control flow tasks
  • Control Flow Tasks and Precedence constraints
  • Webservice Tasks
  • For Each Looping
  • Fuzzy Lookup Transformation
  • Checkpoints
  • Logging

Job Highlights

  • Extract, transform, and load data to prepare for integration with one of the most technologically advanced, all-inclusive ERP platforms.
  • Collaborate with Deacom’s manufacturing customers during the data validation phase to ensure accuracy and drive operational efficiency.
  • Gain experience with Deacom’s unique Data Conversion tool to create profiles for loading data.
  • Partner with internal teams to maintain Deacom’s ridiculously high implementation success rate through the timely completion of data conversion.
  • Enrich your passion for data by working with customers overcome business challenges.

Role: Part Time Trainers

Location: Iselin NJ

Employment Type: Part time(25 hours per week)

Job Description:

  • Preparing and reviewing training contents.
  • Planning, organizing and delivering in house and corporate training programs
  • Conducting assessment tests and preparation of performance report
  • Following up on the effectiveness of training and reporting about feedback
  • Guiding students for academic projects
  • Systems analysis, design, software development, testing and delivery
  • Interacting with clients
  • The job involves moderate amount of travel to deliver sessions across 3Edge and client locations

Job Skills: Core Java, JSP, Servlets, Struts, Hibernate, Ajax, JSF

Strategy for conducting training

  • Steps involved in the creation of a computer program
  • Investigate different programming languages and their place in computer programming
  • History of Java
  • Apply the different numbering systems (binary, hexadecimal, octal) used by computer systems
  • Select the appropriate tools for the development of Java applications
  • Need for software architecture
  • Apply the basics of UML for the design of object oriented applications
  • What OO programming is and its advantages
  • Work with objects, classes, and OO implementations
  • Basic concepts of OO such as encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, and abstraction
  • Fundamentals of the Java language and its importance, uses, strengths, and weaknesses
  • Basics of the Java language and how it relates to OO programming and the object model
  • Use Java exception handling
  • Use classes, inheritance, and polymorphism
  • Use collections, generics, autoboxing, and enumerations
  • New Date/Time API
  • Java tooling

Role: Part Time Trainers

Location: Iselin NJ

Employment Type: Part time(25 hours per week)

Course Overview:

Module 1: Overview & Architecture
  • Lesson 0 – Introduction & FMW overview
  • Lesson 1 – Identity & Access Management Overview
  • Lesson 2 – OIM Overview & Components
  • Lesson 3 – OIM Logical & Physical Architecture
  • Lesson 4 – OIM Connector Architecture
  • Lesson 5 – OIM Integration required with OIDAM
  • Lesson 6 – OIM LdapSync what and why
  • Lesson 7 – OIM Password & Account Management Integration
  • Lesson 8 – OIM OAAM Integration

 

Module 2: FMW & Web Logic Concepts
  • Lesson 1 – FMW & System VS Java Component
  • Lesson 2 – Various Homes in IAM
  • Lesson 3 – Web Logic Server & Domain

 

Module 3: OID – Architecture, Installation, Administration
  • Lesson 1 – ODS & OID Overview
  • Lesson 2 – Architecture of OID
  • Lesson 3 – Installation of OID : High Level Steps Part I
  • Lesson 4 – Installation of OID : High Level Steps Part II
  • Lesson 5 – OID Installation Hands-On Part I : Web Logic Server
  • Lesson 6 – OID Installation Hands-On Part II : Install & Configure OID
  • Lesson 7 – Console in OID : ODSM, Web Logic, EM
  • Lesson 8 – File System in OID : Homes, Instance, Domain
  • Lesson 9 – Start / Stop in OID : OPMN & Web Logic
  • Lesson 10 – Password Policy and Create Users/Groups in OID

 

Module 4: IDAM – Install, Configure, Integrat
  • Lesson 1 – IDAM Installation Overview
  • Lesson 2 – IDAM Installation – Manual Method
  • Lesson 3 – IDAM Detailed Installation Steps
  • Lesson 4 – IDAM Installation – Create Schema using RCU
  • Lesson 5 – IDAM Installation – Install Web Logic Server
  • Lesson 6 – IDAM Installation – Install IDAM Software
  • Lesson 7 – IDAM Installation – Install SOA Suite Software
  • Lesson 8 – IDAM Configuration – Create Web Logic Domain
  • Lesson 9 – IDAM Configuration – Migrate Policy Store to DB
  • Lesson 10 – IDAM Configuration – Start Admin, SOA, OAM Server
  • Lesson 11 – IDAM Configuration – Prepare OID for OIM Configuration
  • Lesson 12 – IDAM Configuration – Configure OIM & Start OIM Server

 

Module 5 : Start/Stop OIM Server
  • Lesson 1 – Start/Stop High Level Steps & DB Start
  • Lesson 2 – OID & Admin Server Start
  • Lesson 3 – Start of Managed Servers CLI & Console
  • Lesson 4 – Stop Managed Servers & Logs
Module 6: Consoles Walkthrough in OIM
  • Lesson 1 – Web Logic Console
  • Lesson 2 – FMW EM Console
  • Lesson 3 – OIM Identify Console
  • Lesson 4 – OIM System Console

 

Module 7: Customization
  • Lesson 1 – Customize OIM using visual Composer
  • Lesson 2 – Changing Button, Logo, Attribute Name, Hiding fields from Console
  • Lesson 3 – Adding User Defined Fields in OIM
  • Lesson 4 – Sandbox in OIM

 

Module 8 : Notifications in Oracle Identity Manager
  • Lesson 1 – Notifications Overview in OIM
  • Lesson 2 – Notification Providers & UMS
  • Lesson 3 – SMTP & SOA Compositor Providers

 

Module 9: Connectors in OIM
  • Lesson 1 – User Management Challenge & Connector Overview
  • Lesson 2 – Connector Types : Integration Options
  • Lesson 3 – Type of Connectors – Pre-Defined, GTC, ICF
  • Lesson 4 – Connector Terminology – RO, IT Resource, Process Form
  • Lesson 5 – AD Connector & Hands-On
  • Lesson 6 – Database (DBAT) Connector & Hands-On

 

Module 10: Auditing, Logging & Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 1 – Overview of Audit & Logging
  • Lesson 2 – Configure Logs in OIM, OID
  • Lesson 3 – Configure Auditing in OIM

 

Module 11: Workflows in OIM
  • Lesson 1 – Workflow Concept
  • Lesson 2 – Default Workflows & Enabled/Disable Workflow
  • Lesson 3 – Deploying Approval based workflow Composites

 

Module 12: Backup & Recovery
  • Lesson 1 – Backup & Recovery Concepts
  • Lesson 2 – Hands-On : Backup Middleware, Domain & MDS

 

Module 13: Miscellaneous
  • Lesson 1 – CSF & How to configure & where is used
  • Lesson 2 – MDS : What Why and How
  • Lesson 3 – Plug-Ins : Overview & Deploying Plug-Ins

Course Outline

  • Creating a Solid Base for Business Analysis

Distinguishing between typical BA projects

  • Agile
  • Business intelligence
  • Information technology
  • Business architecture
  • Business process
  • Determining the role and focus of BA based on project type

Identifying underlying competencies

  • Recognizing behavioral and thinking paradigms
  • Highlighting communication and interaction skills

Describing key concepts

  • Establishing the vocabulary
  • BACCM
  • Stakeholders
  • Requirements
  • Designs
  • Strategy Analysis

Researching the business organization in context to new change

  • Performing situational state analysis: current vs. future
  • Listing the business drivers and the problem/opportunity

Understanding analytical methodologies and approaches

  • Defining and analyzing potential adverse events
  • Carrying out an enterprise readiness assessment
  • SWOT
  • KPIs
  • Functional decomposition
  • Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Choosing a BA approach and establishing governance

  • Predictive vs. adaptive
  • Level of formality
  • Timing
  • Documenting and communicating requirements changes

Understanding the community of stakeholders

  • Conducting a stakeholder analysis
  • Communicating: details, frequency, modality
  • Personas
  • Rules analysis
  • Organizational modeling
  • Elicitation and Collaboration

Preparing and conducting elicitation sessions

  • Developing an elicitation activity plan
  • Collaboration
  • Research
  • Experiments

Capturing accurate and consistent information

  • Comparing elicitation results to sources
  • Ensuring a shared understanding of information
  • Brainstorming
  • Interviews
  • Stakeholder maps
  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

Specifying and modeling requirements and designs

  • Creating matrices and diagrams
  • Collecting and representing attributes
  • Implementing appropriate levels of abstraction
  • Process modeling
  • Sequence diagrams
  • State modeling

Structuring and organizing requirements and designs

  • Illustrating flows of inputs, information, and outputs
  • Checking for correctness and completeness
  • Evaluating against solution scope
  • Verifying and validating specified and modeled requirements
  • Use cases
  • Data flow diagrams
  • Non-functional analysis
  • Requirements Life Cycle Management

Defining types and deriving relationships

  • Finding relationships between requirements
  • Choosing prioritization criteria and requirements states

Approving requirements and designs

  • Managing conflicts and issues
  • Gaining consensus and communicating approval
  • Item tracking
  • Workshops
  • Acceptance and evaluation criteria
  • Solution Evaluation

Determining if what was specified solves the business problem

  • Recording and applying solution performance measurements
  • Identifying and analyzing limitations in the solution and the enterprise

Recommending alternatives and actions to increase value

  • Listing and understanding external and internal factors
  • Considering solution replacement or retirement
  • Decision analysis
  • Organizational modeling
  • Risk analysis

Role: Part Time Trainers

Location: Iselin NJ

Employment Type: Part time(25 hours per week)

Job Duties

The QA Trainer is essentially one who create, administer, and deliver training programs for businesses, organizations and individuals. To do this, the QA Trainer must first assess the needs of the organization, business or individual, and thereafter, develop custom training programs that take place in classrooms or training facilities. Training programs are increasingly delivered through computers, tablets, or other hand-held electronic devices.

The QA Trainer organizes or delivers training sessions using lectures, group discussions, team exercises, hands-on examples, and other formats. Training can be in the form of a video, self-guided instructional manual, or online application. Training also may be collaborative, which allows employees to connect informally with experts, mentors, and colleagues, often through the use of technology.

The QA Trainer may monitor instructors, guide employees through media-based programs, or facilitate informal or collaborative learning programs, impart QA Analyst knowledge to the people at the worksite, hold virtual conferences to educate them with new tools and technologies in the industry

In the position of a QA Trainer, Mr. Sudamalla will assess training needs through screening of resource pool candidates, interactions with employees, or consultations with supervisor. He will design and create training manuals, online learning modules, and course materials and review training materials from a variety of vendors and choose appropriate materials. In addition, Mr. Sudamalla will deliver training to employees using a variety of instructional techniques and monitor and evaluate training programs to ensure they are current and effective. He also will conduct orientations, virtual training, and perform administrative tasks such as monitoring employees, scheduling classes, setting up systems and equipment, and coordinating enrolment.

As mentioned earlier, we have over 85 employees and 75% of them are working in software Testing & Quality Assurance Analysis at different locations who works on different software tools. Trainer will impart QA Analyst knowledge to the people at the worksite, hold virtual conferences to educate them with new tools and technologies in the field and become a first point of contact in case of any assistance for employees. To do so, QA trainer has to update himself by referring various articles, subscribing newsletters and taking his time to research more in to QA Analyst industrial standards.

Enhanced fundamental understanding of quality philosophies, principles, methods, tools, standards, organizational and team dynamics, interpersonal relationships, professional ethics, and legal and regulatory requirements.

  • Thorough understanding of systems architecture and how to implement software development and maintenance processes to reduce the risks associated with various software development methodologies.
  • Define, select, and apply product and process metrics and analytical techniques, and have a sound understanding of measurement theory and how to communicate results.
  • In-depth understanding of verification and validation processes, including early software defect detection and removal, inspection, and testing methods.
  • Advanced knowledge of configuration management processes, including planning, configuration identification, configuration control, change management, status accounting, auditing, and reporting.
  • Structure-based testing: Simple condition test, condition/decision test, modified condition/decision test, multiple condition test, path test, API test, selection of structure-based procedures
  • Analytical testing methods: static analysis (control flow analysis, data flow analysis, improved maintainability/adaptability with static analysis, call graphs), dynamic analysis (detection of memory leaks/“rogue” pointers, analysis of system performance)
  • Quality features in technical tests (ISO 25000 standard): Planning aspects of technical testing, security testing, reliability testing, performance testing, resource usage, maintainability testing, portability testing
  • Review checklists (architecture and code reviews)
  • Testing tools and automation, tool integration, test automation projects, specific testing tools

As a QA Trainer, Mr. Sudamalla will perform the following specialty occupation duties during a 25-hour work/week:

Educate the trainees about fundamental training concepts:     10%

  • Educate fundamental concepts and terminologies related to Testing to the trainees.
  • Define relationship between Quality Assurance, Quality Control and Testing.
  • Introduce trainees in Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC), Traditional Project Life Cycle and the Product Management Life Cycle.
  • Explain quality assurance objectives for Reviews and Inspections; and the noticeable differences between the two.

Explain Requirements gathering and documentation of Test cases:     15%

  • Describe documentation based on Test Methodology using JIRA on Cloud
  • As per Industry Standard Test Documentation.
  • Explain requirement management, creating use cases and starting sprints.

Introduce concepts of Defect tracking, documenting and reporting and update the employees on new practices:     20%

  • Explain need and general procedure to track Defects and Problem Reporting.
  • Explain guidelines that determine the minimum amount of information necessary to report a defect. And determine what information is needed
  • On descriptions, products, and screenshots.
  • Explain the concepts of defect curing, reproducing and testing concepts for re-testing and regression testing.
  • Introduce and educate new defect tracking practices, tools and key functions to the employees

Explain automation testing concepts and the key functions of an automated testing:     25%

  • Explain automation testing concepts and the key functions of an automated testing tools like HP Quality Center, HP Quick Test Pro etc
  • Help the trainees to use automation scripting languages like VD scripting.
  • Provide training on testing web services.
  • Share testing knowledge in Mobile testing and introduce new tools and technology.
  • Assign automation testing exercises to the candidates utilizing the functions of automation tools like HP Quality Center, HP Quick Test Pro.
  • Introduce and educate latest automation practices, tools and key functions to the employees

Introduction

  • Automation Overview
  • Core skills taught on the course

Selenium IDE

  • Overview of Selenium IDE
  • Available add-ins
  • Recording and replay of a Selenium IDE test
  • Firebug, Firepath and other object recognition tools
  • Assertions and Verifications
  • Exporting a Selenium IDE test as Java

Creating Selenium ScriIntroduction

  • Automation Overview
  • Core skills taught on the course
  • Selenium IDE

Selenium IDE

  • Overview of Selenium IDE
  • Available add-ins
  • Recording and replay of a Selenium IDE test
  • Firebug, Firepath and other object recognition tools
  • Assertions and Verifications
  • Exporting a Selenium IDE test as Java
  • Creating Selenium Scripts in Eclipse IDE
  • Installing and configuring Eclipse
  • Creating a basic automated test and a test suite
  • Executing a test and test suite through Eclipse
  • Importing a test from Selenium IDE
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • Components of a Selenium Webdriver test in JUnit
  • Annotations in WebDriver
  • Interacting with the AUT: object locators
  • Actions on WebElements
  • Data Driving Selenium Tests

Use of data sources (e.g. Excel spreadsheets, CSV files, databases) to provide increased maintainability flexibility.

Debugging and coding

Debugging skills are a critical and often overlooked part of learning how to automate tests. This section teaches the basics of how to debug in the Eclipse IDE, including:

  • Setting breakpoints
  • Retrieving values on-the-fly
  • Stepping through code
  • Using observations from the application under test and data source
  • Making deductions
  • Building and testing a hypothesis
  • Page Object Model

The Page Object Model allows the reuse of code, essential for constructing a maintainable automation framework. Areas covered include:

  • Introducing the Page Object Model: concept of re-use
  • The concept of Public and Private and its uses
  • How to access the page objects in a test script
  • Object Recognition

Object recognition is one of the commonest issues that an automation tester will have to face. Fortunately, there are a number of techniques and approaches that can be used to identify troublesome objects. This module includes:

  • Why it is hard to identify an object. The need to be unique, stable, navigable.
  • Choice of element locator
  • Use of multiple locator properties
  • Use of XPath or CSS
  • Use of Xpath and CSS patterns
  • Use of ordinal identifiers
  • XPath and CSS syntax: how to use the firepath tool to write more stable locators
  • Descriptive programming for dynamic objects
  • How to navigate web iframes
  • Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) and Cucumber

Companies are increasingly turning towards Agile approaches, and behaviour-driven development (BDD) in particular, to resolve issues of out-of-date documentation and siloed working. This bonus lesson offers a brief overview of the fundamental principles of BDD and then shows the significant features of a BDD framework. The module includes:

  • Feature files
  • Step definitions
  • Runner classes

An outside-in test driven approach to developing an automation test.pts in Eclipse IDE

  • Installing and configuring Eclipse
  • Creating a basic automated test and a test suite
  • Executing a test and test suite through Eclipse
  • Importing a test from Selenium IDE

Selenium WebDriver

  • IComponents of a Selenium Webdriver test in JUnit
  • IAnnotations in WebDriver
  • IInteracting with the AUT: object locators
  • IActions on WebElements

Data Driving Selenium Tests

  • Use of data sources (e.g. Excel spreadsheets, CSV files, databases) to provide increased maintainability flexibility

Debugging and coding

Debugging skills are a critical and often overlooked part of learning how to automate tests. This section teaches the basics of how to debug in the Eclipse IDE, including:

  • Setting breakpoints
  • Retrieving values on-the-fly
  • Stepping through code
  • Using observations from the application under test and data source
  • Making deductions
  • Building and testing a hypothesis

Page Object Model

The Page Object Model allows the reuse of code, essential for constructing a maintainable automation framework. Areas covered include:

  • Introducing the Page Object Model: concept of re-use
  • The concept of Public and Private and its uses
  • How to access the page objects in a test script

Object Recognition

Object recognition is one of the commonest issues that an automation tester will have to face. Fortunately, there are a number of techniques and approaches that can be used to identify troublesome objects. This module includes:

  • Why it is hard to identify an object. The need to be unique, stable, navigable.
  • Choice of element locator
  • Use of multiple locator properties
  • Use of XPath or CSS
  • Use of Xpath and CSS patterns
  • Use of ordinal identifiers
  • XPath and CSS syntax: how to use the firepath tool to write more stable locators
  • Descriptive programming for dynamic objects
  • How to navigate web iframes

Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) and Cucumber

Companies are increasingly turning towards Agile approaches, and behaviour-driven development (BDD) in particular, to resolve issues of out-of-date documentation and siloed working. This bonus lesson offers a brief overview of the fundamental principles of BDD and then shows the significant features of a BDD framework. The module includes:

  • Feature files
  • Step definitions
  • Runner classes
  • An outside-in test driven approach to developing an automation test.

Develop training content as per the Organizational needs:     30%

  • Develop training content- handouts, outlines, agendas and syllabi meeting the Organizational needs.
  • Conducts training classes by presenting job-specific, company-specific, and generic software applications and personal computer classes.
  • Incorporates motivating, creative, and interactive training techniques to enhance the training experience, to maximize learning and retention.
  • Produces performance reports and reviews them with individually with Training and QA Supervisor and identify the additional training needs for improvement.
  • Assists with creating and maintaining and updating of the standards for all Knowledge Base articles, end-user guides, and other IT training materials.
  • Maintain technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing publications and researching industrial standards.
  • Impart QA Analyst knowledge to the people at the worksite, hold virtual conferences to educate them with new tools and technologies in the industry, conduct orientation, informative sessions and support the employees.

A young and vibrant work culture greets the employees of Globaltek Systems. Every individual is a vital cog that keeps the Globaltek Systems wheel turning. Equality and transparency causes equilibrium. Employees find a right balance between work and home.

If you'd like to work for a fast-paced, dynamic organization that fosters excellence and personal growth, you are ready for Globaltek Systems. With highly talented staff members, Globaltek Systems is the trusted partner of several leading companies.

Joining Globaltek Systems translates into continual opportunities to expand on what you can do. Our employees come together with a wide variety of skills and backgrounds to create talented teams of problem-solvers. We help clients become high-performance businesses.

Globaltek Systems culture is defined by openness, respect to individuals, transparency team work and synergy. We address each other with first names. A week starts perfectly without Monday morning blues. We have an ideal equilibrium of values, work and play, where the employees get opportunities to grow both professionally & personally.

To be a part of our esteemed and pride team, please do write to us at training@globalteksystems.com

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