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Posted: Friday, February 9, 2018 12:06 AM


Location Austin, United States
Job Type Internship
Category District wide
Academic Program Computer Information Technology, Computer Science
Required Education or Certification Apple Intro to Swift Class through ACC
Salary or Pay Rate $15/hour
Interested applicants should Send Resume
Resume Format Functional

Resume Email

Other Benefits Flexible schedule
Phone 217-721-6408
State Texas
Closing Date for Applications mm/dd/yyyy 01/24/2018

Looking for an entry-level Swift programming intern interested in getting more experience contributing in all ways to a macOS application with a global-installed base.

Additional projects may also be assigned including hardware-based and web technologies.

• Job is part-time, up to 20 hours a week.

• No benefits to be provided at this time, besides a flexible schedule.

• Must own your own Macintosh computer.

• Spring semester internship runs Feb. 1-April 30, 2018

-Apple Intro to Swift Class through ACC (or a portfolio that shows a basic understanding of Swift).
-Comfort working independently at home with a flexible schedule.

Duties to include working with other developers on UI, authentication, Kerberos, LDAP and MDM interaction.

Initial work will include working on NoMAD,, to implement new features, help with documentation both at the API and the end-user level and work on extending the build system. Most of your work would most likely be open-sourced with personal attribution associated with it.

Ability to write good documentation, work with a team and think independently are also highly valued. Additional languages and experience such as Python, Javascript, Chrome plugins, and web APIs would be valuable but not required.


Application Instructions: Please email resume, two professional references, and a portfolio/sample app of your Swift scripting abilities to address provided.

• Location: Austin, Austin, TX

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