Spektrix is a rapidly growing collection of arts managers, marketing types and computer geeks whose mission is to make life easier for ticket-selling organisations. We’re doing this through our cloud-based ticketing, marketing, and fundraising software, which is changing the way that venues sell tickets and manage their customer relationships.
We provide a mission critical application to our clients and facilitate the sale of over 6m tickets a year. Offering the highest levels of availability, reliability, and usability is a key business aim and our unique approach has led to rapid growth and a superb reputation across our client-base.
We work with over 150 organisations around the UK, Spain and America, have ambitions for other markets within Europe. We have a team of 28 based in our office in Farringdon.
As an Engineering Intern, you will have a dedicated project to work on and you will be assigned a mentor to help you ramp up. You will also have regular tasks similar to our full-time engineers. You will participate in our agile development sprints and will experience our complete development life cycle, from planning to live site deployment. The internship is for a minimum of 8 weeks.
You will work alongside our small, focussed team of engineers and have responsibility for developing one or more new features for our web-based, multi-tenant, enterprise grade box office solution.
Above all you will be:
* Passionate about engineering novel and elegant solutions to complex problems.
* Fearless when it comes to trying new technologies and techniques.
* Obsessed with performance and reliability.
* Not tolerate ‘good enough’ when it comes to the tools you write and use.
* Be a speed freak – fast just isn’t fast enough when it comes to system performance.
* Excited by test driven development, automation and continuous integration.
You will also:
* Be studying for an honours degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics etc.).
* Demonstrate a systematic and analytical approach to problem solving.
* Have excellent technical communication skills.
* Have an understanding of object oriented programming principles, techniques and patterns.
* You must be eligible to work in the UK.
How to apply
Please send a covering letter and CV to email@example.com. If we like the look of your Covering Letter and CV, we’ll ask you to attend an interview at our offices in Farringdon, Central London. Internships are expected to take place between June and September 2014.
Job type: Permanent full time
Remote working possible: no
Level of experience required:
This job is located in London, England, United Kingdom
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