• Software Engineering Intern

    Job Location(s) US-CA-Carlsbad
    Job ID
    2018-2189
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    We're on our way to becoming a $1B company and we're looking for our next generation of innovators to help bring new IoT devices and services to life! As the global leader in telematics solutions, CalAmp (NASDAQ: CAMP) is a pure-play pioneer in the Connected Vehicle and broader Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace. If it moves, we track it and build analytics on top of that. We have over three decades of expertise rooted in our deep knowledge of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. Through our extensive portfolio of intelligent communications devices, robust & scalable cloud services, and customized software applications, we deliver world-class end-to-end telematics solutions.

     

    • Recently listed on FORTUNE® Magazine's "Top 10 Fastest Growing Companies"
    • Over 20 Million Telematics Devices Deployed Worldwide
    • 650,000+ Unique Cloud and Software Subscribers
    • Solutions Sold in Over 30 Countries
    • Publicly Traded Corporation Since 1983
    • $800MM+ Market Cap
    • Headquartered in Irvine, California with 16 Locations Worldwide

    Responsibilities

    • Develop desktop, web, and/or mobile based R&D tools
    • Develop and automate R&D dashboards

    Qualifications

    Must Haves

    • Junior or Senior Computer Science undergraduate or Master's student
    • Project work specifically related to desktop, web, and/or mobile development
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to work in our Carlsbad, CA office up to 40 hours per week

     

    Strong Pluses

    • Experience with Graylog or Kibana dashboards

     

    If you are a Computer Science student with an interest in the Internet of Things domain, we want to speak with you. Interviews are occurring this week and next so apply now if interested.

     

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