Software Test Engineering Placement
We are currently looking for two interns with a genuine passion for quality to join our Release Quality Assurance team in Brighton. The team is responsible for the quality of Unity Engine in the latter stages of development. As part of the team, you will share the responsibility for the delivery of high-quality public releases of Unity.
Here at Unity, you will grow your understanding of software quality in the final phase of software development. Within the role, you will also have plenty of opportunities to apply your technical skills and directly affect the quality experience for our users.
This is a one year paid internship starting in summer 2019.
- Collaborating with other teams within Unity, you will learn how to use new and existing features, investigating any issues you find in a detailed manner
- Using workflows to determine functional quality within Unity you will be verifying the product against the designed specification and your results will be communicated to your peers and the Release Management team
- Investigating issues fully to supply as much relevant information to developers.
- You will also have the opportunity to participate in what we call ‘Scenario Test Week’ where you will work closely within the team to create new projects in Unity to mirror user activity for more information read our blog post here
- A good working knowledge of C#, it is how you will make a lot of things work within Unity after all
- Being a part of the Quality Assurance team you must have excellent problem-solving skills
- Proficiency in communicating with both local and remote teams
- We want someone who has a passion and enthusiasm for quality
- As you will be working within a team you should be comfortable working as part of one
- It would be a great advantage to have an understanding of game or software development as it will help you familiarise yourself within your new environment
- Hands-on experience using a games engine (not just our own!) is beneficial
- It definitely helps to have a thirst for technology, both new and existing. Unity is made up of many components from many disciplines so it’s key to be open to learning things