QA Intern

Requirements:
– Basic understanding of server architecture and network programming

Goals:
– Integrate iterative processes into live ops, pre-production and production phases
– Enable and envision best-practices for company-wide cloud infrastructure on Kali Linux
– Implement workflow standards with engineers and creatives
– Test and implement cross-platform API to allow company tools to cross-pollinate
– Implementation of company-wide ISO security standard

Benefits:
> Basic salary provided to cover living expenses
> Accommodation on request
> Learning and resources budget eg. for AWS Cloud Practitioner certification, office supplies, home internet, personal development and sports stipendium
> Work alongside experienced international team
> Potential for full-time position on completion

Job Category: Engineering and Technology
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Berlin

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