Every summer, we invite talented undergraduate juniors heading into their senior year to join us in our headquarters offices for a challenging, hands-on experience in the retail industry. The ten week Summer Intern Program runs from June 17th through August 23rd and is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Summer Intern Program combines meaningful work experiences with exposure to different areas of our business to give participants a unique opportunity to expand their knowledge of the retail industry and determine whether they'd like to pursue a career at Gap Inc. after graduation. Interns attend weekly presentations by senior executives, which provide an overview of the company and the many aspects of our business. Each intern is also assigned a challenging project that he or she will present to senior management at the end of the summer.
Participants in the program will learn that we work hard at Gap Inc., but we think it's important to have fun, too. As part of their experience, Interns participate in events outside the office, such as volunteering at a local non-profit or going to a baseball game at AT&T Park, right down the street from our headquarters offices.
About the role:
The Infrastructure Architecture DevOps Intern is responsible for helping Gap achieve its infrastructure strategy through special targeted mini-projects. The position is accountable and partners with the Director, Infrastructure Architecture to advance several modern “infrastructure as code” strategy objectives.
This includes reviewing, modifying, documenting and writing code and code tests that will be shared with internal and external consumers. The candidate will also work to make improvements in existing documentation on a wiki platform including creation and modification of Visio diagrams for broad consumption.
The candidate ideally should be a CS or Engineering major with basic software development experience looking to take it to the next level on open source software projects that are hot in Silicon Valley. This is an amazing, once-in a decade internship opportunity that will setup the candidate for immediate Valley job offers.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Key mini-projects that the position will be responsible for include:
Working to define and document Automated Testing Driven Development (ATDD) Patterns
Working to expand 1 or more open-source projects that Gap is supporting.
Write “cookbook code” in Ruby for the popular open source CM tool CHEF.
Help Support public “Meetups” for the DevOps community that Gap Supports.
Undergraduate degree in progress -
must be a junior heading into their senior year
or have one quarter or semester left to complete in the fall
GPA of 3.0 or above
Strong, dynamic personality with an insatiable desire to learn and an uber positive attitude
Strong work knowledge of key infrastructure towers: servers, storage, and IP Networking
Intermediate collegiate software engineering experience
Desire to work with and use open-source software tools or learn more about them
SKILLS THAT WILL GET YOU
SERIOUS BROWNIE POINTS
Strong understanding of the Linux operating systems (both RHEL and Debian/Ubuntu variants) as well as Windows
Strong understanding of commodity x86 hardware and virtualization solutions like: Vmware, KVM, XEN, or LXC
Exposure to open source configuration management software: Chef, Puppet, or SALT
Exposure/experience using API implementations or REST interfaces between systems
Some Scripting experience writing Linux shell scrips, Windows Powershell or vbscripts
Exposure/experience using version control systems like Git and SVN, as well as CI servers like Jenkins are a plus
Experience with SQL database platforms like MySQL, PostGres, SQL Server, or Oracle
Exposure/experience with "NoSQL" solutions is a plus (MongDB, Riak, HBase)
Exposure/experience with open source monitoring and logging solutions like Nagios, Cacti, MRTG, and syslog
GAP Inc - 2 years ago
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The ubiquitous clothing retailer Gap has been filling closets with jeans and khakis, T-shirts, and poplin since the Woodstock era. The firm,...