Web (E-Commerce) Developer Internship
We're a popular consumer products company building innovative products for the home! One of our biggest products is Clocky, the popular alarm clock that runs away beeping. Check us out at www.clocky.com. We will soon be launching new products as part of a larger umbrella home goods brand.
We are looking for a talented Web Developer with experience in E-commerce programming to create amazing consumer facing web pages. We will have UX/UI designers available to work with you (no design skills required). We are looking for someone with the ability to code existing static and dynamic web sites. You will be working on projects both solo and collaboratively, assigning items to your manager to review your progress, and final product. This internship is for students who feel they have good experience and understanding of web development already, and want to gain experience in real world e-commerce platforms.
You will build your web developer portfolio and increase your frontend skills.
You will receive mentorship from our founder and CEO, and learn about the development needs of a company that ships many products every day.
You will have the ability to contribute ideas to high-level development
Ability to solve problems creatively and effectively
Up-to-date with the latest Web trends, techniques and technologies
Please include the below information and provide a few sentences of what you seek in an internship and what drew you to Clocky. Also, send your portfolio link and a resume in PDF form.
a) What is your earliest start date, and what is your end date?
b) How many hours would you like to work per week?
c) This is a remote position. Can you use your own laptop (or other equipment as needed)?
e) You will mostly work on projects solo, assigning items to our CEO and our lead developer to review your progress and final product. Code may not be reviewed formally. This internship is for students that have good experience and understanding of web development already, and want to gain experience in what real-world e-commerce platforms and problems look like. Is this okay with you?
f) There is potential for freelance or full-time work in the future. This internship is unpaid, eventually, unpaid for college credit, if your university accepts this. Is that okay with you?