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Software Development Intern

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Software Engineering

Requirements

  • Passion for the Bible cause and the Bible’s power to transform lives.
  • Strong belief in the mission of American Bible Society.
  • Experience with TypeScript or JavaScript.
  • Ability to work in an independent remote environment.
  • Ability to provide respectful constructive feedback and willingness to incorporate feedback from others.
  • Ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Ability to communicate clearly via both oral and written means.
  • Understanding of REST and/or GraphQL APIs.
  • Other Possible Skills & Traits are a Plus:
  • Experience writing software that leverages traditional databases.
  • Experience writing software leveraging NoSQL databases.
  • Experience writing serverless functions such as AWS Lambda.
  • Experience developing with React or React-based frameworks.
  • Experience with testing frameworks such as jest, selenium, or cypress.
  • Experience with CI/CD (continuous integration / continuous development).
  • Experience with AWS serverless technologies such as AWS Lambda, DynamoDb, S3, etc.
  • Experience with iterative agile software development methodologies like Scrum.
  • Experience building REST or GraphQL APIs.
  • Education & Training:
  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science related field, with status as a junior or senior.
  • Equivalent Bachelor’s degree progress such as coding bootcamp(s) may be considered.
  • Requirements:
  • US Citizenship or Permanent Resident status required
  • Must be current college student or have completed coding bootcamps
  • Detail oriented
  • Available to work during standard office hours in their time zone, with at least 4 hours overlap with Eastern time: M-F 8:30 AM-5PM

Responsibilities

  • Deliver well-tested scalable code that meets specified requirements by developing high-quality code, providing feedback during code reviews, and implementing feedback during code reviews.
  • Participate in regular agile meetings (Daily Standups, Sprint Reviews, Sprint Plannings, and Sprint Retrospective).

Sharing the life-changing message of God's Word.

Non-profit
Industry
201-500
Employees
1816
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

American Bible Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Bible accessible, affordable, and alive for every person. Since our founding in 1816, our goal has been to see hearts engaged and lives transformed by the power of God’s Word.