ABOUT VTS VTS is changing the way that commercial real estate (CRE) is done - disrupting a $3.4 trillion dollar industry by becoming the modern operating system for CRE. We invented the category of leasing and asset management, which allows landlords and brokers to manage their entire leasing process to maximize revenue and performance. Our success shows in our numbers - we’ve grown 123% annually since 2013, and today we have over 9 billion square feet of commercial space managed on VTS, and we’ve expanded to ~200 employees globally. It’s an exciting time to join the VTS team as we continue to scale! Our headquarters are in NYC, but we have hubs in other major US cities as well as in London, UK. Learn more at vts.com or @WeAreVTS ABOUT THE ROLE As an Engineering Intern at VTS you will be part of a team that builds features for a product that is fundamentally changing how commercial real estate is done in the world. At VTS, you’ll have an opportunity to learn and use the latest technologies such as Ruby/Rails, React, and CI tools to ship real features to our production app. The ideal candidate has a passion for creating tools for real people and for well factored code. The VTS Summer Intern Program is from June 3rd through August 9th, 40 hours a week with a competitive compensation rate. You will be working out of our VTS Headquarters in Bryant Park. The program consists of hands-on learning, opportunities to create work with teams that are revolutionizing an industry, and the chance to have some fun throughout the summer!
Work closely with engineers, product managers, designers, QA, to discover and solve challenges for our product Pair program with other full-stack engineers to build real customer facing features top to bottom in a large, complex code base. Write and refactor code using TDD (test driven development) and other best practices. Spend your time learning / writing code, not on coffee runs! Interest in working in either full stack or front end engineering Some experience building web apps - school and personal projects count! Interest in design, user experience, or human-computer interfaces Some exposure to our specific tech stack (Ruby on the back end, React on the front end) Studying a comp-sci or design related field
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