pavithra.kandaswamy@gmail.com Started The Discussion:
Hi All,
I am working in a product development company and i am just doing a comparitive analysis of the designations in other product development companies..
Basically we have a development team and testing team. the low lwvel or the entry level is given the designation "Associate developer" / "tester" and in the next level it is "developement engineer " / "Tester".
so kindly share with me what are the types of designations you have in you company if it is a product development company or any other. Designations for
Designation - Development / Testing
Entry level / fresher
1-2 yrs
2-3 yrs
4+ yrs
7+ yrs
senior level
if you could share this it would be a lot of help for me..
Regards,
Pavithra
5th October 2007 From India, Madurai

My company is also a PDT dev. company....But we are into whole SDLC..
we follow the designation like
Trainee s/w eng
Associate S/W eng.
S/W eng.
senior S/W eng.
Team leader.
System ANalyst
Tech. Director
5th October 2007 From India, Madras
[Trainee s/w eng -thr are totally fresher...company just investing time and cost to make them a resourse for them...
Associate S/W eng.---those are having 1+yr of exp. and new to our domain knowledge...they dont take much time to learn the thing as they have already acquired the skills ....
S/W eng--those are having 2+ yr of exp with good communication skills, coordination with team.
senior S/W eng. --they are 4+year of real exp with the knowledge of soft skill as well as tech. skill.....
Team leader----they are into managerial level..manage whole the thing..mostly 5+yr of exp...
System ANalyst :Analyse the project with the clients and assign the task....they are mostly 9+yr of exp..
Tech. Director:::they are 10+yr of exp....system analyst perform the task with the conscent of tech dir.
8th October 2007 From India, Madras
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