Spreetail's Software team, known internally as Toolkit, has five product identities: Customer Experience, Channels, Catalog, Supply Chain, and Finance. We use the latest and greatest libraries and development methodologies to build elegant solutions to complex, real-world problems.
Our teams work together to build tools that empower our company to accelerate brands and channels to compete for tomorrow's ecommerce customer.
As a Software Engineering Intern, you are a self-starter who is driven to deliver software that solves the problems of fellow team members. You are a lifelong learner with an insatiable passion for code and the newest technologies.
Before the program starts, you'll learn about each product identity and make your preference. This preference goes into the decision making of what squad you'll be working on for the summer.
Our team builds in-house solutions to support various business needs. The Experience teams are responsible for the look and feel of those applications. They work alongside Engineering, Product, and users to implement elegant solutions.
As a UX Design intern, you are passionate about creating better experiences for all users. You see the value in iterating from low to high fidelity and you never settle for the first solution. You move fast and have an eye for great design. You're comfortable collaborating with a group as well as working independently.
60% - Collaborating with product squads on user facing products
40% - Working on foundational discipline initiatives such as our internal design system
Last year, our team worked on overhauling a mobile application for our fulfillment centers to use day in and day out to help define what is next for our design system. We evaluate aesthetics, accessibility, and scalability to ensure our internal design system can continue to save time, money, and increase efficiency across all Toolkit teams.
Product Managers are the face of the product and they create trust with the team and across the company. They work every day to distill complex problems and grow relationships with multiple departments when discovering the next product to build.
As a Product Manager Intern, you are empowered to find problems and pursue software solutions. You will own the product backlog and prioritization methods and be responsible for the success of the product by balancing new features and performance upgrades. You are able to communicate effectively and quickly are able to find solutions to complex problems.
50% - User interviews/discovery
20% - Squad ceremonies
20% - Documentation
10% - Meetings with your manager
Last year, our interns worked on discovering and creating solutions for: creation and listing of multiples and packages, new item setup, external purchase orders, and auto launching items.
Between keeping the network running hot and our computers running fast, the Spreetail IT team is here to make sure technology isn't stopping us from making a dent in the universe. We interact with every department in the company, building relationships and finding solutions to increase efficiency and reduce costs. You’ll work with each of our teams to improve our networking, systems, security, helpdesk support, and inventory management.
As an intern, you are the face of IT and expected to represent the team with professionalism and a sense of urgency. You are someone who enjoys building relationships and connecting with others in order understand their unique needs. You are curious and eager to learn. You don't shy away from a challenge, digging into the issue until it is resolved. You are efficient and know how to prioritize the tickets that are coming into the team.
50% - Working on helpdesk tickets from employees
30% - Projects/initiatives the team is working on
20% - Technical and career development
Windows and Linux servers, Windows and Mac OS work stations, Cisco systems for phones and networking,
On-Premise & Cloud infrastructure, Okta, Office 365, Meraki Networking
Projects vary from creating web apps for specific solutions to working on new system imaging platforms.
Helpdesk – Answer questions, run diagnostics, isolate problems, and implement solutions
Networking – Build and maintain the operation of our internet and intra-office connections
Systems – Configure and maintain systems/servers and task automation
Security – Identify threats, increase awareness, and reduce the vulnerability footprint