About Qualtrics

Qualtrics is the technology platform that organizations use to collect, manage, and act on experience data, also called X-data™. The Qualtrics XM Platform™ is a system of action, used by teams, departments, and entire organizations to manage the four core experiences of business—customer, product, employee and brand—on one platform. Over 10,000 enterprises worldwide, including more than 75 percent of the Fortune 100 and 99 of the top 100 U.S. business schools, rely on Qualtrics to consistently build products that people love, create more loyal customers, develop a phenomenal employee culture, and build iconic brands. Qualtrics was recently acquired by SAP, and together we will accelerate XM and power the experience economy.  Join us on this adventure that can open many doors!  If you’re searching for a company that’s dedicated to your ideas and growth, recognizes your unique contribution, fills you with purpose, and provides a fun, flexible and inclusive work environment - apply now!

Qualtrics Engineering 

Our Engineering team is a group of deeply passionate engineers who are breaking new ground in cloud computing and web scalability. We organize and sort terabytes of data and develop solutions used by millions of users every single day. We design products that make sophisticated research simple.  Engineering focuses on these tenets; Platform-oriented, API First, Secure, One Product (Our customers shouldn’t have to learn two different ways of solving the same problem), and Quality (Our customers rely on our products to drive their businesses. Our software must work. If a feature is buggy, don’t release it (if it hasn’t been released yet), fix it or take it out.)

Quality Engineering Challenge

Our Quality Engineering organization’s mission is to build a quality culture championing a delightful customer experience while enabling teams to efficiently bring high quality software to all markets. We do this by engaging early to ensure customer use cases are tested AND fully automated.  We also automate the release process to save human effort, reduce mistakes, and speed overall delivery. Our environment is primarily Selenium, Protractor, Mocha, Chai, Java, JavaScript, TypeScript, Node.js, Jira, TestRail, Python, Jenkins, Nomad and Docker. In our collaborative culture, you find plenty of opportunities to improve the quality of our software.

Responsibilities 

  • Design test plans and test cases for mobile and web applications
  • Find, triage, and document bugs worth fixing
  • Conduct ad-hoc and scripted manual tests
  • Convert manual test cases into automated cases in an existing framework using Python or JavaScript
  • Investigate test failures and customer reports using your technical understanding of the product and tools (such as logs) to narrow down repro issues steps and isolate the root problem
  • Contribute to test frameworks, test tools, and automation for complex, distributed SaaS systems
  • You ensure the product is tested at the appropriate level (unit vs integration vs end to end, API vs UI), reducing unnecessary test cases, intermittent failures, and decreasing execution time.
  • Drive quality processes like bug triage, releases decisions, and feature completion criteria
  • You mentor and develop your other team members.

Requirements

  • Available for a 12 week internship during summer of 2021
  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in a technical field such as IT, Engineering, Math, Physics or similar with Computer Science coursework or minor
  • Coding experience with any programming language (Prefer experience in Perl/Python/JavaScript)
  • Familiar with front-end technologies, REST web services and/or Databases
  • Strong testing aptitude
  • Strong level of curiosity
  • Must be legally authorized to work in job location without Qualtrics sponsorship now or in the future

 

 

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