Berlin, Germany or partially remote
Software Engineering Intern - Frontend
Are you looking for hands-on experience at a fast-paced startup? We are looking for an Software Engineering Intern (Frontend) to join our team.
What you will do:
As an early-stage startup, the right candidate is someone who loves wearing many hats and isn’t afraid of trying and taking risks. Here are some tasks that you might find yourself working on:
- Extend and improve our web app that allows podcast publishers to view insights on the discoverability of their content
- Take ownership of certain product aspects and get directly involved in product development coordination
- Go beyond plain coding by deeply exploring and embedding UX requirements in your everyday work
What we offer:
- Partially remote role: this internship could (but doesn’t have to) be done partially remote, so you can be based anywhere, as long as you come to Berlin regularly.
- A pretty sweet workspace if you choose to be in Berlin
- Learning: You’ll get enough room to learn new technologies and improve your skills
- Responsibility from day one with the ability to see the direct result of your work
- A paid internship for (ideally) 6 months
We are looking for somebody with the following qualities:
- Entrepreneurial qualities, you love creating things and you’re self-motivated.
- If you’ve contributed to open source projects or have launched anything on your own, that’s a major plus
- Pursuing or have recently graduated a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in computer science or a related field (if not, that’s fine too. Just convince us you know your “stuff”)
- Hands-on experience in developing modern web applications, especially with TypeScript and React
- Knowledge of software engineering best-practices and design principles
- Experience in using Git and the usual development stack
- Interested in user experience design
- Fluent in English
We are an early-stage startup that has a bias toward learning and action: we act quickly and love to experiment with new ideas with the ambition of learning and improving.
We value honesty, integrity, and straightforwardness: it is better to be honest about things, even the hard things (mistakes happen, after all!), otherwise they may become worse later.
We are results-oriented: we like to measure our work so that we can improve.