Posted: Thursday, February 1, 2018 5:26 AM
The Utah State University Research Foundation/Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is seeking undergraduate or graduate students to test computer imaging software applications on Windows and Linux. Selected students will execute test plans, locate software bugs, and verify bugs fixes. Selected candidates may also be involved in writing, maintaining, and optimizing test plan documentation. Job-specific training will be provided. Current GPA and related courses of study will be taken into consideration. Required Qualifications: USU undergraduate or graduate student in computer science or related field Proficient in MS ExcelStrong written and verbal communication skills and able to communicate software deficiencies to a technical staffWork a minimum of 15 hrs and up to 20 hrs a week during the school year and up to 40 during school breaks and summerMust be a US citizen or lawful permanent resident of the US and be able to obtain a government security clearance Preferred Qualifications: Ability to learn new systems and software rapidly and can find and investigate root causesDetail-oriented, curious, and a self-starter Can work with minimal supervision Knowledge of Redmine, SQL, Git, and C# Qualified applicants will need to submit a cover letter and resume. About the Utah State University Research Foundation and SDL: SDL is a nonprofit unit of the Utah State University Research Foundation and has been solving the technical challenges faced by the military, science community, and industry since 1959. SDL provides unique opportunities for student employees, such as hands-on experience and our Student Scholar program. The Student Scholar program provides SDL and Research Foundation student employees with opportunities to expand their knowledge, extend their work experience, and engage with the community.
• Location: Logan
• Post ID: 18445932 utah