Current Job Opportunities

 

Posted 4/13/15

Myelin Resources

 

Automated Test Engineer
 
Job Summary
 
The Automated Test Engineer will be responsible for establishing an automated testing framework, utilizing a repository for the automated tests (regression, unit, performance, load, etc. ) , creating, executing and reporting the results of automated tests. Additional responsibilities include training Test Analysts on how to run and maintain automated tests as well as working with the Configuration Manager to integrate automated tests into the automated build process. Some manual testing may be required.
 
Essential Functions
 
• Establish and provide procedures for automated regression, unit, performance, and load testing.
• Communicate complex information clearly and concisely.
• Provide schedule and risk assessment via meetings and reports.
• Ongoing review of automated testing technologies and tools that support automated testing processes.
• Troubleshoot automated testing errors.
• Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
 
Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Requirements
 
• 3-5 years Automated QA Testing experience preferred.
• 1 year experience working with Configuration Management processes and using support tools preferred.
• Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• 3-5 years of experience (or equivalent combination of education and experience) required.
• 1 year software development (or equivalent experience) required
• Must have a solid understanding of Software Release Engineering best practice principles, including the interfaces to 
 
Change Management/Asset Management.
 
• Experience with managing and maintaining CMBD content preferred.
• Experience with testing web based applications preferred.
• Experience in a manufacturing environment and Life Science industry preferred.
• Must be proficient in static code metrics tools
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Effectively and efficiently perform all essential job duties and responsibilities without direct supervision.
• Ability to perform all essential position duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation without posing a direct safety threat to others or self.
 
For more info on this position or other IT Professional career options please contact:
 
Myelin Resources, LLC | 12217 S. Lone Peak Parkway, Suite 100 | Draper, Utah 84020
Telephone: 801-355-0119 | Toll Free: 888-955-0119 | Fax: 801-355-0129
 
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Myelin Resources
 
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Draper, Utah 84020
 
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Posted 4/1/15

INL Internship Opportunities

"One of the best things about this internship is that 20% of the interns time is used for professional development.  They work with the students on WHY you need to be able to communicate effectively in writing, for example.   An internship with the INL would send our students back to us more capable in the classroom as well as giving them insight into professional positions.
Also, the INL accepts foreign students for internships in many areas.  However, English skills do matter.
70+% of their interns are hired. 
Areas include computer science, all types of engineering, information management, etc."

Idaho National Laboratory hosts students every summer in an effort to help train the nation's next generation of scientists and engineers.  Involvement in world-class research provides participatnts with a set of experiences that support their education and career goals.
Internship participants make genuine contributions to program goals.   They may publish or co-author papers as well as present their research at INL, at conferences or their institutions.  Additional benefits include providing a pipeline to employment, strengthening collaborations with academia and other DOE laboratories and creating opportunities for collaborative research.  Interns participate in labwide tours to enhance their knowledge of INL, its history and missions.  

Areas of Study
INL internships, like the lab's research, span a wide range of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields and other important disciplines.  Fields include (not all inclusive): Archeology, biology, biomass, business operation & business management, chemistry, communications, computational mathematics, computer science, critical infrastructures, cybersecurity, engineering (all disciplines), environmental science, industrial safety, information management, instrumentation and control, material science, modeling & simulation, national security, nuclear engineering, nuclear nonproliferation, occupational health and physics.  
Requirements
To be considered for an INL intership, students must: Be enrolled in a U.S. accredited college or university and have completed a minimum of 12 credits; graduated from college within six months; or graduated and are applying to a graduate program, pass a background check, have at least 3.0 cumulative GPA, complete INL's Master Skill Set Survey (part of online application process). Foreign national students may be eligible for internships if they attend an accredited U.S. college and can obtain a U.S. work authorization.
Application Process
To apply, go to www.inl.gov/careers.  Click on the "INL current career openings" link, locate the posting with "BEA Education Enhancement Internship" in the title, and upload a single PDF file containing: 1.  Current resume or curriculum vitae  2.  Unofficial transcripts for all current and past degrees  3.  Current class schedule, including number of credits
Contact
Myken Johnson 208-526-1585 myken.johnson@inl.gov
Thomas Steele 208-526-1945 thomas.steele@inl.gov
 

 


 


 

 

 


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