*Hardware Test Engineer- 4369708
Accenture Flex offers you the flexibility of local fixed duration project-based work powered by Accenture, a leading global professional services company. Accenture is consistently recognized on FORTUNE's 100 Best Companies to Work For and Diversity Inc's Top 50 Companies For Diversity lists.
As an Accenture Flex employee, you will apply your skills and experience to help drive business transformation for leading organizations and communities. In addition to delivering innovative solutions for Accenture's clients, you will work with a highly skilled, diverse network of people across Accenture businesses who are using the latest emerging technologies to address today's biggest business challenges.
You will receive competitive rewards and access to benefits programs and world-class learning resources. Accenture Flex employees work in their local metro area onsite at the project, significantly reducing and/or eliminating the demands to travel.
Find bugs and apply engineering rigor to reproduce and diagnose those bugs
Conduct exploratory tests to check if the product feels native
Report linguistic bugs where UI text is difficult to understand
Troubleshoot bugs filed to reproduce issues, verify steps to reproduce, and prioritize fixes
Minimum 3 months experience as an Accenture contractor on current account
Minimum 2 years of experience as a Hardware Test Engineer
High School Diploma or GED
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