Engineering Intern

This program is for students who will be graduating in December 2019 or Spring 2020.

We’d love for you to work, learn, grow, and have the time of your life with an internship at The Grid. Our 90-day summer program provides you with the ability to work on fun and challenging projects that make a real impact on our customers, code, products, and revenue. You’ll develop and apply skills that will impact your career in a meaningful way. You’ll have the opportunity to hang out with and get advice and mentorship from our executives, both inside and outside the office. You’ll participate in fun intern outings, and learn what it means to work at a culture-first company through our focus on being Happy, Humble, Hungry, and Honest. We provide you with a competitive wage, free lunch every day, mentorship, and the possibility of future employment.  

What You'll Do

As a Technical Intern, your work will support critical functions of our engineering practices. Working within our one-of-a-kind culture, you’ll be a hands-on contributor to one or more of the following:

  • Develop scalable, distributed software systems
  • Work closely within our Engineering teams to solve complex computer science problems
  • Front-end or back-end engineering of our Mail Transfer Agent, training our cutting edge machine learning systems, or compelling new features of our next generation email marketing product
  • Development of our next generation automated testing systems, helping ensure we have the highest quality of code in production for our customers
  • Support development of our Continuous Delivery services, container scheduling with Kubernetes, or other tools used by our Delivery Teams to move software from workstations to production with both speed and safety

About you

  • You are currently enrolled as a student in your junior year or in a graduate program with plans to graduate in December 2019 or Spring 2020 with a degree in Computer Science or related technical discipline
  • You have experience writing code fixes and tools to solve problems in one or more of the following languages: Go, Python, Java, JavaScript, or C/C++
  • You have completed courses and projects (inside or outside of school) in data structures, algorithms, software design, architecture, distributed systems and/or Object Oriented Programming
  • You’re excited to work on challenging, real world problems at scale

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