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HPE Seeking Automation Developer Intern

Automation Developer Intern
Hewlett Packard Enterprise


We are seeking a highly motivated Automation Developer Intern to work part-time during the school year at the HPE office on Purdue’s campus and work full-time over the summer at the Houston, TX location starting in May 2020.
As part of the application development team, you will ensure the continued success of this business-critical 3-tiered web application, which maintains and presents Storage product compatibility information. The intern will bring meaningful input and work into the team and application.

Summary of Responsibilities:
Learn the basics of our technologies, hardware, organization, how we sell, and the customers we sell to
Collaborate with team on a daily basis, as well as work independently on your own remotely
Participate in weekly team meetings to provide updates to the team
Provide weekly reports on progress to your mentor and manager
Lead frequent technical meetings involving your project
Complete research, documentation, and implementation on what the best tool is for automating everyday manual tasks
Gather data for requirements and use case development
Overall simplify tasks within the application’s processes

Required Skills and Experience:
Full-time student at Purdue University in a computing-related major
3.0 or above GPA
The desire for learning new skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a remote team
Excellent verbal communication and written, with active listening and summarization skills
Experience with writing technical documentation
Strong attention to detail
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Past programming experience and knowledge of basic programming methodologies

Last Updated: Jan 29, 2020 10:22 AM

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