• Intern, Validation - Carlsbad, CA

    Job Location(s) US-CA-Carlsbad
    Job ID
    2018-2362
    # 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 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"
    • 7M+ Telematics Devices Deployed Worldwide
    • 650,000+ Cloud and SaaS-Based Software Subscribers
    • Solutions Sold in Over 30 Countries
    • Publicly Traded Corporation Since 1983
    • $650M+ Market Cap
    • Headquartered in Irvine, California with 16 Locations Worldwide

    Responsibilities

    • Test software releases
    • Add/modify automated validation and regression tests
    • Investigate customer issues

    Qualifications

    Must Haves

    • Degree in Computer Science or related area
    • Desire to work as part of a Validation/Intergration team
    • Good programming skills

     

    Strong Pluses

    • Background with Python or other scripting language
    • Testing background
    • Previous internship in tech company - especially IOT

     

    If you live in or near Carlsbad, CA, and are interested in a Summer internship with an industry-leading IoT company, we want to speak with you. Please apply now as we expect our 2019 Summer Interns to start in early June.

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