Testing – The Accessibility Analyst will test client’s systems against specific manual and assistive technology tools. The Accessibility Analyst will enter test results into Level Access’s Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) – the industry’s first on-demand solution that integrates the business and technical aspects of complying with regulations, such as Section 508, the ADA, and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
Remediation – The Accessibility Analyst will be required to provide realistic technical guidance to clients that can be integrated into current or new user interfaces.
Test Set Definition – The Accessibility Analyst will work with the client to determine the boundaries of the testing environment by identifying a representative test set of the user interface components found in the client’s system.
Reporting – The Accessibility Analyst will deliver testing results to the client and will participate in conference calls and follow-up discussions in order to create a road map to improve the accessibility and usability of the client’s IT system
Organized and Disciplined
Education and Experience Requirements
BS degree in technology or equivalent work