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Senior Accessibility Analyst

ADP

Forest Home, NY,US

ADP is hiring a Senior Accessibility Analyst!


Are you empathetic to client needs and inspired by transformation and impacting the lives of millions of people every day?
Are you looking to join a dynamic, inclusive team environment with a culture of collaboration and belonging?


Well, this may be the role for you. Ready to design what's next?


As the Senior Accessibility Analyst, you will partner with the Accessibility Team and associates across Product Management, Engineering, and more to help ADP deliver amazing and inclusive experiences to our hundreds of thousands of customers and tens of millions of users.


In this role, you will support the ADP Accessibility Team, in close collaboration with the Lead Accessibility Engineer, to support accessibility engineering strategy and quality testing initiatives to drive accessibility-forward products and services. You will work alongside the Lead Accessibility Engineer to help teams bake accessibility into their practices, with an emphasis on user acceptance testing in support of quality assurance teams, to ensure we deliver the right solutions, with the right resources, in the right way, and at the right time.


You bring the ability to organize and standardize testing planning with teams, including both automated and manual accessibility testing. You have a knack for working with people to help them engage and follow through. We're looking for you to bring your experience leading testing efforts at large product development organizations, where you understand how UX, Product Management, and Engineering work together to form cohesive, cross-functional teams that conceptualize, design, develop, and deliver accessibility-forward products and services. You have experience with a variety of code bases and are skilled at testing using a broad spectrum of assistive technologies, such as dictation software, screen readers, switches, voice control, and more. You have experience engaging with people with disabilities who use assistive technology and using diverse personas to influence product development, with an emphasis on user acceptance testing and quality standards for accessibility.


We're looking for someone who excels when no two days are the same. Integrity, resilience, and pushing the boundaries are must-haves in this job. In support of the Lead Accessibility Engineer and broader Accessibility Team, whether you're in meetings with product, development, design, or QA, you'll be a guiding voice that helps product deliver results in a well-documented, data-driven, and timely way.


You've worked with Agile teams and understand product delivery cycles and how to satisfy a diverse group of global stakeholders. You communicate progress, highlight risks, and remove roadblocks. From concept to code, your voice will influence product team success. As part of our team, you'll find exciting challenges, get opportunities to grow your career and develop solid friendships as we design what's next for ADP and the industry.


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Learn more about ADP at tech.adp.com/careers


A little about ADP: We are a global leader in HR technology, offering the latest AI and machine learning-enhanced payroll, tax, HR, benefits, and much more. We believe our people make all the difference in cultivating an inclusive, down-to-earth culture that welcomes ideas, encourages innovation, and values belonging. ADP has a deep commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion as a global Best Places to Work, DiversityInc® Top 50 Company, Best CEO and company for women, LGBTQ+, multicultural talent, and more. Learn more about ADP's commitment on our YouTube channel: http://adp.careers/DEI_Videos


What You'll Do


Here's what you can expect on a typical day:


Galvanize. You inspire and galvanize engineering teams into action by starting with the why and what success looks like. You support teams with executing on accessibility sprint goals by ensuring QA includes automated and manual accessibility testing. In support of the Lead Accessibility Engineer, you track key measures to ensure alignment and are proactive at seeking out and getting in front of issues to help teams deliver on their sprint plans, quarterly plans, and overall roadmaps.
Nurture. You are an approachable, trusted teammate, adept at coaching and growing amazing connections to support quality assurance accessibility across teams at ADP. You enjoy sharing your experience and insights and feel comfortable diving in and proactively helping others. You effectively delegate as necessary and support each person in their unique accessibility journey.
Bring Order from Chaos. You have a unique ability to make the complex simple and actionable. You help Engineering Managers and developers understand the importance of accessibility user acceptance testing and accessibility in quality assurance so that each team understands how they contribute to our key accessibility business outcomes.
Plan. You understand the needs of the business and work with cross-functional teams to guide in prioritizing, planning, and assigning work accordingly. You help teammates understand what success looks like and how we get there at the sprint, roadmap, and quarterly planning levels.
Drive. You thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative, team-oriented, cross-functional environment and seek out the satisfaction of delivering real outcomes that help our users crush their jobs.
Evangelize. Alongside our Lead Accessibility Engineer, you will support and help to evangelize our accessibility philosophy, practices, and methodologies to educate and enable our Engineering Managers, developers, and quality teams to make accessibility part of their daily practice. You help everyone understand the 'why' before showing how we got there. You have a passion for coaching and mentoring and center the disability community and the user experience.
Collaborate. You understand the role of QA teams and how they should interact with User Experience Researchers, Designers, Writers, Design System, Product Management, and Engineering. You are adept at helping everyone understand where QA teams play a critical role in the cross-functional teams' roles and responsibilities for accessibility. You've worked with complex project management tools, such as Jira, and know your way around them with relative ease.
Partner. Alongside our Lead Accessibility Engineer, you partner and collaborate effectively QA as they work with Engineering and Product Management and associated development teams to plan, execute, and remove roadblocks. You drive effective and efficient decision-making, particularly with prioritization work.
Facilitate Discussion. Your communication skills are vital to your success, whether in discussions with QA, Engineering and Product Managers, Developers and Designers, and associated teams. You make your points succinctly and move the conversation forward to decisions and outcomes. You leverage data effectively and bring your own analysis of every situation to the conversation.
Experience. You have 5+ years of agile product experience. You are very familiar with front-end development experiences (e.g., HTML, CSS, JavaScript, iOS, Android) in large-scale, complex software development organizations and at least 5+ years of experience focused on digital accessibility testing, with deep understanding and practical application of the W3C's guidelines and recommendations, such as (but not limited to) the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA). You are skilled and confident in using and knowledgeable about common assistive technologies (e.g., switch access, voice control, screen readers on mobile and desktop, dictation software, magnification software, and accessibility settings built into mobile and desktop) and how users with disabilities use these technologies to navigate software and products. Familiarity with automated testing tools. You understand and can execute on best practices for reporting accessibility bugs (in product workflow management tools, reports, presentations, etc.). You are skilled at documentation. You are aware of US and international disability and accessibility-related laws.


To Succeed In This Role


Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent Experience. IAAP certifications in WAS and/or CPACC.


You'll Love Working Here Because You Can


Deliver at epic scale. We deliver real user outcomes using strong judgment and good instincts. We're obsessed with the art of achieving simplicity with a focus on client happiness and productivity.
Be surrounded by curious learners. We align ourselves with other smart people in an environment where we grow and elevate one another to the next level. We encourage our associates to listen, stay agile, and learn from mistakes.
Act like an owner & doer. Mission-driven and committed to leading change, you will be encouraged to take on any challenge and solve complex problems. No tasks are beneath or too great for us. We are hands-on and willing to master our craft.
Give back to others. Always do the right thing for our clients and our community and humbly give back to the community where we live and work. Support our associates in times of need through ADP's Philanthropic Foundation.
Join a company committed to equality and equity. Our goal is to impact lasting change through our actions.


What are you waiting for? Apply today! Find out why people come to ADP and why they stay: https://youtu.be/ODb8lxBrxrY (Audio Description: https://youtu.be/IQjUCA8SOoA )


The US base salary range targeted for this job is listed in the compensation section below. Base salary offers for this position may vary based on factors such as location, skills, and relevant experience. Some positions may include additional compensation in the form of bonus, equity, or commissions.


If you are a full-time salaried or hourly worker, we offer the following benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Matched 401(k), Student Loan Repayment Program, Wellness Program, Short-and Long-Term Disability, Charitable Contribution Match, Holidays, Personal Days & Vacation, Paid Volunteer Time Off, and more.


Compensation Range for this role $64,500-$164,900/ Year


Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Equal Employment Opportunity at ADP: ADP affirms that inequality is detrimental to our associates, our clients, and the communities we serve. Our goal is to impact lasting change through our actions. Together, we unite for equality and equity. ADP is committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of any protected characteristic, including race, color, genetic information, creed, national origin, religion, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, lawful alien status, ancestry, age, marital status, or protected veteran status and will not discriminate against anyone on the basis of a disability. We support an inclusive workplace where associates excel based on personal merit, qualifications, experience, ability, and job performance.


Ethics at ADP: ADP has a long, proud history of conducting business with the highest ethical standards and full compliance with all applicable laws. We also expect our people to uphold our values with the highest level of integrity and behave in a manner that fosters an honest and respectful workplace. Click https://jobs.adp.com/life-at-adp/ to learn more about ADP's culture and our full set of values.

Salary Range: $64000 - $164000

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