Full-Stack Engineering Intern at The Tuesday Company

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Employer: The Tuesday Company

Expires: 05/15/2020

The Tuesday Company is looking for an engineering student to help us build our civic engagement app this summer. The Team: We are a small team with big ambitions. We value experimentation, creating working software, and rapid development. We are looking for a Summer 2020 Full-Stack Engineering Intern who has a sense of adventure, a passion for quality work, and an ability to think outside the box.Tech Stack and Problem Space: We use modern web technologies including cloud computing, Linux, Docker, MySql, GoLang, JavaScript, React, and React Native. We maintain an admin portal for campaigns, a phone app for volunteers, and several backend services for our apps. Responsibilities of a Summer 2020 Full-Stack Engineering Intern:Translate story requirements into code from the database to the web browserDeploy and maintain production infrastructureDeploy websites or other tools that are needed for maintaining our applicationsBreak a website into templates and directives so they can be reused elsewhere Requirements:Ability to learn quickly and with gustoExperience with coding best practicesDemonstrated ability to learn or experience with a programming languageDemonstrated ability to learn or experience with JavaScript/CSS/HTMLPreferred Experience:Experience with writing unit testsBuilding integrated Facebook applicationsAbility to utilize a web API framework such as Dropwizard or ExpressJSExperience with Docker and containersExperience building web applicationsExperience with Sass and/or LessExperience with React Native, iOS, or Android applications Location: This role can be remote or based in our NYC office.  Commitment: We ask for a minimum 10 week, full time commitment with a flexible start-date. This is an unpaid position but we can coordinate with your school to offer academic credit. To Apply: submit a resume + cover letter to hello@tuesdaycompany.com, with the subject line “2020 Engineering Internship.” In your cover letter, in addition to your qualifications, please indicate when you would be available to start, location preference, and whether you are eligible for funding through your university or other scholarship source.*Contact Internship and Career Advisor to see if position is eligible for academic credit