Concurrent Technologies Corporation (http://www.ctc.com/) is trying to fill a internship with an undergrad with good software skills to start as soon as possible in their Annapolis Junction, MD facility. If you meet the qualifications and are interested, please follow the directions at the end of this announcement.
Are you ready to start your career at a corporation with a respected national reputation for solving complex technical challenges? Become a part of our team. Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) has an opportunity for qualified Software Development Intern.
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT INTERN
Primary Responsibilities: CTC is offering a Participative Internship Program (PIP), which is a twelve week, technically focused group internship experience. The PIP is a mix of direct project work coupled with a relevant research project and end of internship presentation. It is a structured internship program providing student mentorship, leadership, technical subject matter expertise, and competency development opportunities.
The research project will include an evaluation of leading edge cloud, mobile, and virtual application based solutions enabling the integration and/or mobility of CTC’s highly scalable Cross Domain Solutions.
• Qualifying applicants should have course expertise in software development and best practices.
• Should be capable of handling multiple roles (development of software, writing test plans and test cases, requirements traceability, leading test teams) in a team-based environment.
• Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science or related discipline.
• Must have course familiarity with object-oriented software design and development using languages such as VBA, Java, C and/or C++ and basic computer networking knowledge and Familiarity with iOS and Android development.
• Hadoop, Groovy, Graph Database, iOS, Android and MongoDB experience are considered a plus.
Clearance: U.S. Citizenship.
Join us! Qualified candidates should submit their resumes online at:
Reference Code: SR # 2014-0064