Accessibility Software Quality Engineer
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California,US
You’re comfortable writing technical bug reports and using a command line interface to collect logs and diagnose problems.
You’re able to detect and clearly describe nuanced differences in audible and visual user interfaces.
Your written and technical communication skills are excellent.
You are upbeat, adaptable, and results-oriented with a positive attitude.
You have excellent judgment and integrity with the ability to make timely and sound decisions.
You’re a problem solver and strong collaborator with extraordinary interpersonal skills, and a track record of working cross-functionally.
You take initiative, self-motivated and are proactive with demonstrated creative and critical thinking capabilities.
You prioritize, drive, and track initiatives on a daily basis.
You bring passion and dedication to your job. You are committed to Apple’s vision of supporting accessibility.
You have creativity and positivity that shines through in all aspects of your life.
In this role, you will be part of the team that builds Apple’s world-renowned accessibility products. You’ll be focused on testing products such as Made for iPhone (MFi) Hearing Aids, Live Listen, RTT, TTY, Captions, SDH, and more. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams inside Apple such as Bluetooth and telephony.
Responsibilities include using our products as an assistive technology customer; analyzing and isolating bugs across software components; testing and debugging new software and hardware features; performing acceptance and integration testing on daily software releases, and finding new and creative solutions to challenging accessibility problems that will surprise and delight people of all abilities.
Education & Experience
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, or relevant work experience.
Bonus Skills (Desired, but not strictly required)
• Deep experience with operating systems and command line tools.
• Deep knowledge of various assistive technology features, especially Apple’s.
• Fluency in sign language or another form of alternative, accessible communication.
• Fluency in multiple spoken languages.