Co-Op (Computer Science Major - Junior)
We’re the obstacle overcomers, the problem get-arounders. From figuring it out to getting it done… our innovative culture demands “yes and how!” We are UPS. We are the UNITED PROBLEM SOLVERS.
About this role:
This position is on the WorldShip QA Manual Test team. The candidate will be participating in functional requirements and application development design meetings, analyzing functional requirements, writing well written, maintainable, test cases that map to functional requirements, and doing test execution activities. This is a very strategic role on one of UPS's largest QA teams.
The CO-OP will enhance their technical skills by learning system development life cycle methodology and testing. Ability to learn how to analyze business requirements and detailed designs in order to create test cases, execute test cases, log and track defects. Understanding/usage of technology (Internet, Mobile, Touch). Creative problem solving is a must.
Solid interpersonal & communication in order to effectively work with QA team as well as developers and users; ability to be self-directed and managed.
Must be able to work 15-20 hrs/wk while school is in session. Potentially work 40 hrs/wk during the summer months.
The desired CO-OP will be currently enrolled in a degreed college/university program pursuing a degree in Computer Science, MIS, Mathematics or related discipline, or has graduated from a degreed college/university program within that last 24 months with a degree in Computer Science, MIS, Mathematics or related discipline.
This position offers an exceptional opportunity to work for a Fortune 50 industry leader. If you are selected, you will join our dynamic technology team in making a difference to our business and customers.
Do you think you have what it takes? Prove it! At UPS, ambition knows no time zone.
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