Student (Fixed Term)
The Stuart McClure, Founder, Executive Circle Summer Internship Program is an exclusive twelve-week opportunity, inviting interns across different disciplines to work along our senior team members and explore a career within the cybersecurity industry! Throughout the program, there are ample opportunities to participate in career development workshops, complete a meaningful resume-building project, network with the BlackBerry Cylance team, and more! Our internship program is structured to develop future thinkers, grant students access to A.I. industry leaders, and provide mentorship to eager students interested in the cybersecurity industry.
BlackBerry Cylance is seeking an Engineering Intern interested in sustaining long-term support requirements during the design and development of a software project and gaining corporate knowledge in the cybersecurity industry. As a BlackBerry Cylance Summer Intern, you will take ownership of various projects and assisting the team to further department initiatives. Projects are subject to change based on department needs at time of the internship.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
Help create test systems in QA Labs
Help create and maintain new automation test cases using custom automation framework
Help improve the support collection tool and/or build a new tool to deploy test environments and replace manual processes
Assist in day-to-day activities to help further department initiatives as directed by team mentors and/or management
Work on a given project, as outlined by the manager and/or mentor at the beginning of the Internship program
Attend all Internship program meetings, events, and career development workshops
Create and present a final project at the program ending ceremony to managers, mentors, and peers
Protect BlackBerry Cylance operations by keeping information confidential
Perform other duties as assigned
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Student enrolled in an accredited university in their junior or senior year (preferred), pursuing a bachelor's degree
Able to work full-time hours (40 hours a week) for the entire 12-week program
Basic operating system knowledge including Windows, macOS, or Linux
Programming skill such as Python, C#, etc.
Scripting languages such as PowerShell, Unix Shell scripts, Groovy, etc.
Understanding of Source Control such as Git, Bitbucket, etc.
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including, but not limited to PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook programs to complete work on a daily basis
Utilizes critical thinking and analytical skills on a regular basis to complete tasks
Uses problem solving skills to overcome issues as needed
Stays organized, while paying close attention to detail before submitting any work
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU TO APPLY
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