National Renewable Energy Laboratory Software Development Intern - Transportation Modeling (Year-Round) in Golden, Colorado
Software Development Intern - Transportation Modeling (Year-Round)
CO - Golden
Intern (Fixed Term)
Hours Per Week
Seeking full- or part-time graduate or highly qualified undergraduate Python software development interns to work with researchers in NREL’s Center for Integrated Mobility Sciences on maintenance and development of engineering software and models of advanced vehicle and mobility technologies.
Specific tasks may include:
Maintenance of existing engineering software for modeling vehicle fuel economy, electric vehicle charging behavior, and fleet dispatching of ride-hailing services.
Refactoring existing codebases to improve usability, performance, and efficiency.
Implementing new features in existing software under the direction of senior staff.
Developing new software leveraging knowledge of algorithms, data structures and design patterns.
Must be enrolled as a full-time student in a degree granting program, or graduated in the past 12 months from an accredited institution. Internship period cannot exceed 12 months past graduation. Minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.
•You will need to upload official or unofficial school transcripts as part of the application process.
•If selected for position, a letter of recommendation will be required as part of the hiring process.
Additional Required Qualifications
Motivation to drive high engineering standards on the team through code review, testing, and knowledge sharing.
Strong collaboration skills—thrives working in a collaborative team environment but is comfortable working independently when necessary.
Experience with collaborative software development and use of GitHub for project management and version control.
Experience with automated unit testing and/or test-driven development.
The ideal candidate would also possess at least some of the following qualifications:
Passion for innovative data visualization and animations.
Experience with data analytics, big data management, scraping data off the web, high-performance/distributed computing, machine learning and/or deep learning.
Knowledge of geospatial data analysis/visualization, web development, and/or scientific computing.
Familiarity with cloud services (e.g. AWS) and Docker/Kubernetes.
Experience with object oriented and asynchronous programming.
Cumulative undergraduate/graduate GPA over 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Please include all relevant experience and qualification information on the uploaded PDF (or MS Word) copy of your resume or CV.
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