Attention to detail, problem-solving, and teamwork skills are just some of the qualities we’re looking for in our next intern. If you’re a graduate student eager to gain hands-on experience in QA, continue reading.
What you’ll do
- Test mobile and web applications
- Detect and report bugs
- Learn and develop through interesting tasks and real-life projects
What you bring
- You’re a graduate student with the opportunity to engage in a student contract for a minimum of one year
- High motivation for learning new technologies
- An eye for detail
- Developed teamwork skills
- Responsibility and ability to meet deadlines
- Excellent knowledge of English, both in speech and writing
Nice to have
- Previous working experience in QA
- Experience with automated testing tools
What we offer
- A compensation for your time and effort
- All necessary equipment
- Flexibility – we’ll adjust to your university schedule
- An ambitious team and mentor with whom you’ll grow and learn
- A constant feedback to broaden your skills & knowledge
- Working experience in a digital agency
- A possibility for a student job after completing the internship
One of the most important skills of any good QA Engineer is logical thinking, which is why we’d like you to think about the following questions before applying:
- What do you think is more important – delivering the product on time, going cheap, or ensuring the product’s quality?
- Look around the room and point out anything unusual – what do you see, and what seems to be the issue? Explain it.
- Why does a chair require four legs?
- How would you deal with a developer who’s convincing you something is not a bug, but you know it is? What would you say to him/her?
- You found a bug in the app, but you can’t reproduce it. How would you report it?
Please send us the answers (in English) together with your CV to email@example.com by February 15th.
The planned duration of the internship is 4-8 weeks.