Union Home Mortgage IT Software Developer Intern, Summer 2021 in Strongsville, Ohio
Union Home Mortgage’s L.E.A.D Internship Program’s goal is to provide a fun, interesting, and real world environment for our interns to Learn about the corporate landscape, Educate them on the mortgage industry, encourage them to Achieve their goals and help Develop their leadership skills. As an Intern Partner, you'll have the opportunity to get involved in meaningful projects and gain hands-on experience in the various fields of an award-winning mortgage company. You’ll work hard, have fun and gain skills that will allow you to take on the world. Our interns are treated like full-time Partners who work 40 hours a week during the 3-month summer program, are compensated, and based out of headquarters in Strongsville, Ohio.
Some of the programs we offer include: shadowing, mentoring, professional development, group projects and we even take our interns on corporate outings! Our internship program gives students a chance to meet new people, gain more experience, and learn from the best in the business!
The Software Development Intern is responsible for working as part of a team to create, enhance and maintain custom software that solves business challenges. Interns also work on special projects to be presented to UHM’s leadership team at the conclusion of the internship.
Develop custom applications that solve business needs on various platforms (web, desktop, mobile, etc.)
Enhance, maintain, and troubleshoot existing applications
Integrate internal and external applications using custom and 3rd party SDKs, APIs and web services
Create coded unit and integration tests
Work with quality assurance, developing against test plans and correcting defects
Participate in all aspects of Scrum, including but not limited to daily stand-ups, estimation meetings, demos and retrospectives.
Pursuing a 2-year or 4-year college degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field
Must have completed at least one year of programming coursework in an object-oriented language
Sophomore, Junior or Senior Standing
Passion for software systems, development, and computer science
Ability to conform with established coding standards
Excellent problem solving skills
Self-motivated individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills
A willingness to work both independently and in a team-oriented environment
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and positions are open until filled (this may be prior to the job posting expiration date)
This employer participates in E-Verify. If hired, the employer will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S.