MobileIron is on the cutting edge of the mobile revolution. Think about how important your phone is – mobile devices are becoming increasingly critical for employees to be productive at work. This has left companies struggling to keep those devices secure while enabling access to company information and preserving employee privacy and positive user experience. More and more companies are now turning to Enterprise Mobility Management software to assist them with that priority. Thousands of organizations have selected MobileIron as the platform for their mobile strategies. In fact, MobileIron is the leading standalone EMM vendor in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant and has been recognized as a Leader for 7 consecutive years.
Are you excited by cloud, security, and mobile?
We are looking for highly motivated college students to join the MobileIron Engineering team as interns. As an intern you will work on a real project (or a few) and have an opportunity to enjoy our vibrant, startup-like environment. You will get invaluable work experience at a leader in mobile security and be a part of the fastest growing technology company in the world.
High interest in mobile technologies is assumed. Tell us what makes you stand out?
Perhaps you published an application in iTunes or Google Play store. Or you're maintaining a relevant open source repository on GitHub.
Maybe you're active in a community such as StackOverflow. Whatever it is (including your technology related personal blog), include that with your submission.
What you'll be doing:
Achieve goals set for you in the beginning of the internship by your mentor
Learn about MobileIron, both the product and the company
Socialize with the other interns as well as full-timers
Knowledge of object-oriented programming (Java, C#, Objective C, etc.)
Strong communication skills, verbal and written
Enthusiasm for solving interesting problems
A junior or a master's student in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or similar
* We are an EEO/AA Employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disability encouraged to apply.