Intel Networking System Validation Intern 2017 in San Jose, California

Job Description

This System Validation Intern position is within Ethernet Networking Division's Networking Platform Operations group. The team is responsible for performing system validation for network adapters providing L2/L3 functionality. In this position, your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:- Installing and configuring network adapters, servers, operating systems, device drivers, and network test equipment- Developing system level test plans- Defining test cases- Developing test scripts- Performing manual and automated testing- Analyzing test results and helping with issue investigation and characterization

Qualifications

Requirements:

• College sophomore level, currently enrolled in college and pursuing a Bachelor/Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering or Computer Science

• Programming experience in PERL, Python, and C languages

• IP Networking experience, including some knowledge of Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching

• Hands-on experience with network switches and routers

• Experience integrating computers/servers, installing NICs, Operating Systems, and device drivers

• Demonstrated ability to work and solve problems independently or with minimal supervision

• Excellent English writing skills and verbal communication skills

Preferred:

• Familiarity with network routing protocols such as OSPF, RIP, and BGP

• Test Plan, Test Case, and Test Script Development experience

• Testing and troubleshooting/debugging skills Experience using Linux and Ixia/Spirent test equipment

• Organized and detail oriented, taking the initiative to investigate and document anything that doesn't seem right in the product behavior, even if it may seem to be a fluke

• Interested in testing network components

Inside this Business Group

TBD

Other Locations

California, Santa Clara;

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