Verizon Digital Media Services brings together world-class technology to prepare, deliver and display content — so users can watch and enjoy on their terms. The purpose of our platform is simple. It delivers next-generation digital experiences for today’s demanding users, whether it be their favorite TV shows, catching up with friends via social media or shopping for the latest gadgets. Built on top of one of the world’s largest networks, our platform easily handles your users’ appetite for instant, secure and always-on media, anytime, anywhere.
This is a part-time Fall 2016 Academic Internship. Candidates must currently be enrolled in coursework for this semester.
As a quality assurance intern you will work with other quality engineers to build tools for automated testing and environment setup. Quality engineers work closely with developers to provide testing environments for proof of concept tools, updated/new features and bug fixes.
You will also be responsible for creating tests and building out the test suite used across all teams. This includes unit tests, integration tests and behavior-driven tests. As with all our positions, we understand that interests and skill sets shift and there are several opportunities to migrate between teams so you can have every opportunity to work on the projects that pique your interests.
- Web Standards (HTTP, GET, POST, etc)
- Currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Information Technology, or Computer Engineering.
EEO/AA Women, Minorities, Veterans, Individuals with Disabilities Employer: AOL offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including 401(k) match and performance bonus. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, and will not be discriminated against based on, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or other protected category.
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