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DescriptionJob Description: Responsibilities may be quite diverse of a nonexempt technical nature. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job. Job assignments are usually for the summer or for short periods during breaks from school.
Currently enrolled students are invited to apply for 2014 IT US Internships.
Degrees: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, or similar degrees.
**Academic or intern knowledge of the following skills**
- Open Source Technologies: Software Defined Network, Open Stack, Open Cloud, Hadoop
- Microsoft Business Intelligence (BI) solutions (SSAS, SSRS, .Net, SQL)
- Big Data
- User Experience and User Center Design
- Agile Development
- Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
**Must have the unrestricted right to work in the US without sponsorship, both currently and at any future point.**
An application developer internship can include some of the following items:
- The Application Developer (AD) participates in all phases of the software development life cycle (SDLC) to deliver concise, robust, high performance and scalable software solution that address business requirements.
- AD's critically analyze application requirements and devise sound solutions to business challenges based on Intel common practice, Data Quality principles and industry standards.
- The AD may be responsible for developing project plans, logical and physical design specifications, architecture diagrams, executable code, and unit/ integration test plans and may be responsible for production support as well. The AD will reuse existing solutions to meet business requirements whenever possible, with the goal of creating enterprise solutions rather than point solutions.
- AD's may work independently on small application releases or as part of a project team on larger application releases. AD's must be sensitive to deadlines and to the impact their work has on the overall project schedule. The applications they support are for internal customers (i.e., employees) and Intel external customers, suppliers, vendors, and distributors.
- AD's must be strong problem solvers with the ability to methodically analyze and resolve programming challenges.
- AD's must be comfortable seeking peer and supervisory guidance on complex application challenges. They should have a desire to learn and adopt new technologies and languages.