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Financial Crime Adoption Management Business Analyst

Mastech New York, NY

- Identify continuous improvement opportunities in team activities, report generation, standardization. - Support implementation of changes to mature… Dice

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QA/Test Analyst

Mastech Columbia, SC

- Acts as a key participant in application analysis, test strategy development, test case creation, test script development, test execution, defect… Dice

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Mastech Wilmington, DE

- Leads one or more projects, which may involve multiple technical disciplines. - May consult on and utilize latest project methodologies, including… Dice

1 day ago

Tester/QA Analyst - Level 4 – new

Mastech Detroit, MI

The TesterQA Analyst would need to have at least 3 years of experience. This Candidate must be someone who can test ETL code, so understanding of ETL… Dice

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    Former Employee - Ruby On Rails Developer
    Former Employee - Ruby On Rails Developer

    I worked at Mastech as a contractor for less than a year


    Paid as promised so long as there were no problems.


    Mastech was the payer of record for a remote contract obtained through a consulting firm. After about six weeks the actual client called Mastech to can me because of their problems integrating a remote worker. The Mastech agent then called me to express concerns, but did not tell me I had been terminated. (He later explained that he was trying to salvage the relationship.) The very next day I called the client, and _he_ did not mention that I was canned. (Too chicken?) So I worked a few more days, until I got a formal stop work order.

    When I presented my last timesheet, the client refused to sign it (legitimately so since it was for work performed after they had terminated me with Mastech.) When I asked Mastech to pay up, my contact said that the president had refused to approve this, since the $1,000+ payment would eat up all their profit from the arrangement. (What a great excuse!)

    There was an email/phone foofaraw extending over several months, with me teeing off the end client in the process. Finally, the consulting firm that presented me to the client stepped up to do the right thing and paid me, even though they had no legal obligation to do so.

    Mastech is probably not worse than many other agencies -- I just happened to find out the limits of their integrity.

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    Gas up on integrity!

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