Software Engineer (Entry Level and Senior Level)Apply at Skyward
Location: Corporate Office - Stevens Point, WI
Here at Skyward you're never "just a number"; each employee is a valued member of our team!
The thing is, we all know we're part of something larger here and that means we spend our time working together to ensure our commitment to service and meeting the needs of our customers. Our values are simple, and they reverberate throughout the organization:
As a Skyward team member, we want you to feel confident, valued and empowered. We're committed to your personal and professional growth as demonstrated by the professional levels within each of our positions. There's a lot to learn and the timeline varies, but we're dedicated to helping you grow in your career at Skyward.
We are currently looking for both Entry Level and Senior Level Software Engineers, who have a passion for programming. The hiring level will be determined based on the alignment of technical expertise and required communication skills.
Skyward was founded by a programmer and we have remained true to our roots ever since. Our collaborative environment provides the opportunity to work directly with experienced software engineers, quality specialists, product owners, UX designers, and actual customers to advance your skills and develop the best product possible.
What you need:
Associate degree, bachelor's degree, or similar programming experience
Strong work ethic and problem-solving skills
Software Engineer - InternApply at Skyward
Location: Corporate Office - Stevens Point, WI during the
Summer-potential remote opportunity during the school year.
Here at Skyward you're never "just a number"; each of our employees are productive,
valued members of our team!
The thing is - we all know we're part of something larger here and that means we spend a lot of time working together to ensure we maintain our commitment to service and meeting the needs of our customers. Our values are simple, and they reverberate throughout the organization; therefore, they need to be embodied by anyone looking to join our team:
Here, interns are a part of the software engineering department, so you'll be just like the rest of us - not just an intern. Internships typically span the summer months, and you'll receive real-work experience and training just like our full-time employees. This means you'll be on a real development team, building and implementing new applications that our K-12 district community will use.
What you get as an intern at Skyward:
Competitive hourly rate
What you need:
To be currently enrolled in a 2- or 4-year degree program
Transcripts (unofficial) may be required at time of interview
If you've enjoyed your experience as a summer intern, there could be an opportunity for you to work throughout the school year (remotely, if needed). Pair that with successfully graduating from a two or four-year school and you could become a full- time employee at Skyward.
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