About the job
Note: Ruby Play Network is headquartered in Christchurch
📱Our Flagship Product
You’ll be part of the team building the next evolution of our innovative, social-casino gaming platform which enables igaming operators in North America to provide customised and fun social-casino experiences to their players easily and quickly whilst adhering to our “do no harm” ethos. Currently we have over 10,000 monthly active users and see over $32million in game play each month.
🏆 This role
As an intern, you have an opportunity to join and gain experience in this dynamic/lean working environment where your ideas, culture, and work ethic are all valued.
We have an intern position available for 400 hours work as part of the Callaghan R&D experience grant.
💻 What You Will Do
- Develop high-quality software.
- Identify, prioritise and execute tasks in the software development life cycle.
- Develop tools and applications by producing clean, efficient code.
- Automate tasks through appropriate tools and scripting.
- Review and debug code.
- Perform validation and verification testing.
- Collaborate with internal teams and vendors to fix and improve products.
- Develop and maintain documentation on product development phases and monitor systems.
- Demonstrate solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code.
🥷 Your Skills
- Excellent Communication.
- Knowledge of the TypeScript programming language.
- Experience working with Node.js.
- Experience working with frontend web frameworks (e.g. Vue, React).
- In-depth knowledge of relational databases (e.g. PostgreSQL, MySQL)
- Analytical mind with problem-solving aptitude.
- Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent organization and time management skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to provide in-depth evaluation and analysis of unique complex technological issues
To be eligible for an R&D Experience Grant internship, students must:
- Have studied or be studying at a New Zealand tertiary education institution (note: students who have completed study overseas are not eligible)
- be studying at NZQA level 6-10 or if study has been completed the closing date of the last semester must be less than 12 months ago. For example, if a Bachelor of Engineering student’s final year of enrolment was 2022, they are eligible until end of November 2023 because their last semester finished in November 2022
- Be studying science, engineering, technology, design, or business at a New Zealand tertiary education institute.
- Be legally permitted to work in New Zealand.
- Not have been previously employed at the business unless part-time or temporary.