Mobile Applications Intern - Madison, WI
General Summary: Support in the quality development and implementation of World Council mobile phone applications, including editing and posting videos to the ENTURA Connect product website/wiki. Gives support to all aspects of World Council's mobile applications including quality assurance testing, documentation and technical analysis.
Quality Assurance Testing: Review and test all areas of mobile application from installation to every specific function of the app. Work with management and developers to identify bugs and improvements to the software. Once changes are made to fix bugs confirm that they are working properly.
Documentation Review and Editing: Participate in reviewing and documenting all mobile application manuals and wikis. As changes are introduced to the app, make sure all documentation is up to date.
Creation of How-To Videos: Along with the corresponding documentation, create brief how-to videos for the various areas of the app. Edit and post the videos to the ENTURA Connect product website/wiki.
Technical Analysis: Take part in the technical review and analysis of future changes to the app along with troubleshooting occasional errors. Review problem tickets and crash reports generated by the app.
- ENTURA Connect App bug free and fully tested by August 30, 2013
- ENTURA Connect User Manual updated and available online by August 30, 2013
- ENTURA Connect How-To Videos created, edited and posted online by August 30, 2013
- All bugs/tasks properly documented and updated in JIRA by August 30, 2013
Education and Experience: The candidate should have significant progress toward the completion of a BA/BS degree. Knowledge of credit union development activities and the functions and operations of credit unions and the credit union system is highly desirable. Bilingual skills including English and Spanish are also preferred.
Requires Specific Skills in:
- Knowledge of Inner Workings of iOS (iPhone/Apple) Mobile Apps, specific work with Xcode a major plus
- Understanding of Software Development Life Cycles and Software Development Teams
- Use of Issue and Bug Tracking Software, Atlassian JIRA a major plus
- Editing Documentation via Wikis, Atlassian Confluence a major plus
- General Computer Skills — word processing, spreadsheets, email
- Positive attitude
- Proven success in developing and implementing IT solutions in a team environment
Desired Coursework: Business, Management Information Systems, Computer Science or related information technology field or equivalent training and experience.
SCHEDULE: 10–15 hours per week, flexible to accommodate schedules.
PAY RATE: Unpaid internship.
This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and can be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management deems necessary.
Forward resume and cover letter, including salary requirements to:
World Council of Credit Unions
Fax: (608) 338-0533
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