We are looking to hire a summer intern software developer to help RunSignUp continue to provide great web services and mobile apps and cutting edge technology to the running community. This is a great opportunity to understand what a real development environment is like, do some good development, work with some very bright people, as well as to learn and broaden your knowledge base. You will be joining a very fast growing and successful company.
We are looking for a very smart person who loves coding. We can give you an opportunity to work on Web front end design and implementation, Mobile App Development, or Core web database development depending on your talents and interests.
We are looking for someone who fits our culture. Our guiding principles are to have equal parts of Work, Learn, Fun, and Team. We believe that customers, employees and owners all share equally in the responsibility and success of the company. This is covered in more detail in our Company Strategy video link below. Please review our material to make sure this is the right type of place for you, such as:
Some of the key attributes we are looking for (we will look for the best mix):
- Mobile App Experience
- Linux experience
- AWS Cloud Services like SQS, SES, SNS, EC2, RDS
- Open Source, Stackoverflow or other public contributions
- Example websites that you have built
- Based in Philadelphia or South Jersey
- Deep running roots and enthusiasm for the sport
- High energy, hands-on
- Gets stuff done rather than just talk about stuff
- Attention to detail and ability to complete tasks in a high volume environment
- Excellent writing and communication skills
- Thirst for learning
- Team player
This is a summer internship, ideal for a college computer science major, or very advanced high school student. Compensation is $15-25 per hour depending on skill and experience level. You will work in the Moorestown, NJ office at least 3 days a week.
If you think you can help our customers, please send a resume, pointers to example websites or mobile apps you have built, and sample code you have written to bob.bickel at runsignup.com.