Software Quality Assurance Associate (Summer Experience) - Temporary

Princeton University
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Job Details


As the Software Quality Assurance Associate, you will join the Custom Solutions & Integration (CSI) group in testing software applications. In this position, you will participate in all phases of the testing lifecycle including user story reviews, test case authoring, and executing the tests.


This position is part of Princeton’s Office of Informational Technology (OIT) Summer Experience Program. OIT is excited to welcome a cohort of undergraduate students to learn, explore, and gain professional experience in a variety of technical and administrative roles. All positions are sponsored by one of the six major departments within OIT, each specializing in a different area of information technology.


This is a temporary position.


What you’ll be doing:  

  • Working with a team of Quality Assurance professionals 
  • Testing software applications and ensuring they align with the intended design and functionality
  • Documenting test cases
  • Logging detailed bugs and verify bug fixes
  • Participating in all Sprint ceremonies

Skills you bring to the table:  

  • A passion for learning and personal advancement
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Basic knowledge of testing software 
  • Good communication skills


Skills you will gain:  

  • Experience testing real world applications
  • Experience working in an office environment 
  • An understanding of how to manage time and prioritize tasks


The OIT Summer Experience Program is a great opportunity for undergraduate students enrolled at any accredited university or college. For more information, see Explore Our OIT Summer Experiences. 


Application requirements: 

OIT is accepting applications for summer experience positions through March 29.  All applications should include a cover letter, resume (or CV), transcripts from previous academic programs, and two letters of recommendation.


Tips: When completing the application, enter (or paste) your cover letter into the text box. Upload your resume (or CV) and academic transcripts to the ‘Other Documents’ field during the submission process. 


Letters of recommendation are due by March 29, however, it is recommended you submit them as soon as possible following application. Letters should be sent via email directly from the letter writer to the summer experience program email account at Letters received after March 29 will not be considered.


The final candidate will be required to successfully pass a background check.




Be advised that you will be contacted only if there is further interest in your application. Your candidate dashboard may not display status updates for this requisition.

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