Internships for Software Engineer and Software Engineer in Testing at Microsoft Denmark/Ireland!

I'm including job descriptions for both positions

 

Microsoft, as an innovator of technologies, products and solutions, touches the lives of people all over the world and helps to realize the potential of individuals and communities alike. This is a very human business and one that encourages self-expression, opinion and input from each and every one of our employees. Microsoft is looking for a 3, 6 or 12 month paid Internship in Ireland or 12 month in Denmark in the positions of:

Software Design Engineer (SDE)

 

Description

Work at the Core of Every Product We Build – This is where the fun begins for code gurus like you. As a hands-on Software Design Engineer, you'll make decisions about design and feature implementation, using your mastery of technical tools to make a product vision a reality. If you like to write code and design efficient data structures and algorithms to develop next-generation applications or operating systems, this is the position for you. As an SDE, you'll bring products to life by working with Program Managers to ensure strong design and Software Design Engineers in Test to ensure quality through testing. Ultimately for the SDE, it's your code that turns concepts into new technologies and services.

Qualifications

  • Pursuing a BSc, Master or PhD in Computer Science or a related field
  • Be available to relocate to one of Microsoft's Development Centers around the world. (Microsoft Corporation pays all costs associated with relocation)
  • Fluency in C/C++/C# and a passion for writing quality code using computer science fundamentals
  • Functional level English language skills, written and spoken requirement
  • Ability to derive creative and innovative solutions by thinking "outside the box"
  • Ability to solve complex problems, sometimes by testing and debugging code
  • Experience in feature definition, design, and feasibility
  • Demonstrated skill in estimating development time

and

 

Software Design Engineer in Test (SDET)

 

Discover Life on the Last Line of Defense – As a Software Design Engineer in Test (SDET), you'll own it, break it, fix it, and own it again. You'll ensure a product's quality by making sure it performs as users expect it to. Part of the fun is how creative you can be devising ways to manipulate, crush, and sabotage software into submission-while creating innovative testing technologies along the way.

Ultimately, as an SDET it's your input that can make the difference between joy and frustration for the customers. Since you're keen on how things work, and making them work better, you'll work hand in hand with the Program Managers and Software Design Engineers to design, develop, and maintain automation systems for use in development and testing cycles. Using the tools you create, you'll pour over source code for trouble spots, debugging and isolating problems, and executing creative tests to find new bugs while regression testing recent fixes.

Qualifications

  • Pursuing a BSc, Master or PhD in Computer Science or a related field
  • Be available to relocate to one of Microsoft's Development Centers around the world. (Microsoft Corporation pays all costs associated with relocation)
  • Fluency in C/C++/C#
  • Functional level English language skills, written and spoken requirement
  • Ability to solve complex problems and write automation systems and device drivers
  • Ability to learn to author test plans and cases, conduct security and stress tests and debug at source level after identifying, investigating, and prioritizing bugs
  • Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management

Please send us your CV to msgrhr@microsoft.com (mentioning the relevant Job Title) up to January 11th , 2010, including your military status (for male), specifying your technical skills and project details and providing an active e-mail address and your current phone number.

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