The positions last for roughly 12 weeks over summer and you’ll gain experience from a company at the forefront of data-graph and linked data technologies. These opportunities are open to undergraduates, postgraduates, or people looking to gain experience after some other form of developer training.
Applications are now closed
open now and will close on 15th Feb 2019. Salary will be paid at a rate of £1,500 per month.
What you’ll be doing
We have a number of projects that you could be working on. The details of the project will be finalised when you start, and there will be some opportunity for you to shape the direction of the project.
Typical themes will include:
- building open-source demos, Alexa skills or data-visualisations to show off some of the linked-data datasets that we work with
- helping to build out the suite of internal tools we use to manage the activities and projects within the company
- creating open-source libraries and tools to help other developers more easily make use of the open-data that we help our customers to publish
We work on projects in teams, so being able to describe at least one project you’ve worked on would be helpful, but not essential. Likewise, experience with an agile framework approach or familiarity with tools such as Git and Trello would be advantageous but not necessary. We are looking to not just give you hands-on development experience, but also a working knowledge of how to work collaboratively within a project team. Each intern will have one or more mentors from the company who will guide them and the project over the duration of the internship.
We are a team of passionate people who love solving interesting challenges and working with data to create technology which makes a difference. Our team includes accomplished computer scientists and data experts who helped define the standards in the Semantic Web and Linked Data, and co-developed Apache Jena. We’ve built ground-breaking linked-data services for the public sector here in the UK and elsewhere. Many of our public sector and Open Data projects have a direct positive benefit for society.
How to apply
Please send a CV, a covering letter, and a link to some sample code. We want to know why you’d like to join us as an intern, what relevant skills and experiences you have, and whether any of the project themes particularly interest you. Applications are now closed
If you want to have a read about some of our previous intern’s experiences, you can do so here: https://www.epimorphics.com/2017-internship-experiences/
Epimorphics is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from anyone, especially from groups who are under-represented in the software development community today.