Technology Intern - 12748
Woodland Hills, United States
It's fun to work in a company where people truly believe in what they're doing!
At Blackline, we're committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business of enterprise applications.
Since being founded in 2001, BlackLine has become a leading provider of cloud software that automates and controls the entire financial close process. Our vision is to modernize the finance and accounting function to enable greater operational effectiveness and agility, and we are committed to delivering innovative solutions and services to empower accounting and finance leaders around the world to achieve Modern Finance.
Our interns learn by doing. By helping us carry out our mission and vision, you will have an opportunity to make a real impact, develop personally and professionally, and learn from people who are experts in their fields.
What You’ll Do:
Join us as we continue to innovate our cloud-based technology! As an intern within our tech department, you will play a crucial role in building the next generation of the BlackLine application. You will be driving innovation into our product suite by designing, developing, troubleshooting, maintaining, optimizing and scaling backend feature and platform components, services and frameworks.
If you have a passion for delivering products that make a difference, are driven to make things better in all that you do and are eager to work in a collaborative agile environment where developers are dedicated to solving customer problems and innovating, we would love to talk to you
BlackLine interns participate in multiple networking opportunities such as executive fireside chats, career track seminars and BlackLine intern alumni panels. We offer trainings on communication and professionalism, as well as mock interviews and resume review with our talent acquisition team.
Apply today and learn more about these opportunities. We look forward to hearing our candidate’s stories, passions and goals.
- You must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate in Spring 2021