ABOUT THIS JOB:
Name of employer: Extramus
Start Date: Always available
Duration: 3 to 12 months
Basic knowledge: Required
Experience: Not required
Compensation: Assisting you in relocation to Italy and finding accommodation. No financial compensation!
Important: We can only host students that are currently studying in Europe and EU candidate countries, and the ones that can use the Erasmus traineeship program or that have scholarships. Please consider that our internship is unpaid.
- Development of front-end website architecture.
- Developing back-end website applications.
- Supervising and directing the analysis, writing, creation and distribution of website.
- Creating servers and databases for functionality.
- Writing well-designed, testable and efficient code .
- Build dynamic, visually-attractive, end-to-end, and innovative software product/apps including front-end and back-end.
- Developing new features and infrastructure to support rapidly emerging business and project requirements.
- Evaluate software components and recommend applications by communicating with teammates
- Verbal and interpersonal communication skills
- Excellent organization, time management, and prioritization skills
- Managing multiple tasks and projects with attention to detail and follow up
- Ability to work well in a team environment, along with being self-motivated and independent
- Problem solving, being open-minded and tolerant
What We Offer!
- Experience in working on real projects with a challenging, friendly and international work environment
- Providing final report, job performance evaluation, completion certificate, and letter of recommendation
- Free Italian and English language courses (if teacher is available)
- Excursions and cultural activities
Full Stack Developer
Full stack developers are computer programmers responsible in both-front and back-end coding. They try to improve the user experience through different skill sets. Full stack developers also have knowledge of databases, server configuration and user interface. While a full-stack developer doesn’t need to know everything in detail, they should be familiar with what’s going on on the front end and backend.