Title: Software Engineer Intern
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Fernish makes it effortless for people to create their ideal home. We offer premium furniture and décor for bite-size monthly payments. Customers can live with their items for as long as they want, and decide later what to keep, return, or swap out.
Fernish was founded in 2017 and is backed by RET Ventures, Techstars, PLG Ventures, and a group of notable angel investors, including Jeff Wilke (Amazon’s CEO of Worldwide Consumer) and Scott Cook (Intuit founder). Fernish has been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Vox among other local and national publications (see details here:
You are a passionate and budding full stack software engineer. As an intern on an small, but fast growing engineering team you’ll get involved in all the aspects of building out a complex e-commerce, ERP and supply chain logistics platform.
You will be joining a team with high-performing individuals who thrive in a cross-functional, collaborative environment. Every engineer on the team works closely on a daily basis with product, UX, design, marketing, business development, operations and customer service to support the business goals and priorities.
Our software development process includes:
- Weekly Scrum sprints
- Test Driven Development
- Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
- Full Cycle Development
We have a pragmatic approach to technology as a means to a much more important end: solving interesting product and technical challenges.
Current languages and technologies:
- Ruby on Rails
- A lot of AWS services, including CloudFormation, Route 53, CloudFront, EC2, RDS, DynamoDB, Redshift, SQS, and CodeBuild to name a few.
At Fernish, you will:
- Receive coaching and mentorship from all engineers on the team.
- Contribute to key features across our stack.
- Collaboratively investigate design approaches, prototype new technology and evaluate technical feasibility.
- Relevant course work or real-world experience with programming languages, frameworks and technologies.
- You have the ability to dive into a large polyglot codebase and contribute as you learn.
- Experience working at a company in a different capacity.
- Meaningful contributions to open source projects.