Part-time Technical Internship
Daxko - Birmingham, AL

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Forget coffee runs and hours spent at the copy machine. This isn’t your typical internship! Daxko is looking for a sharp student to join our product management team and help release enhanced software to customers nationwide.

What you’ll get…

Hands-on experience and software exposure (looks great on a resume)

The opportunity to work with various teams throughout the company

Satisfaction knowing your work is impacting nonprofits across the country

Internship credit and a paycheck, of course!

What you’ll do…

Play an integral role in the reporting tool upgrade

Build reports and dashboards using an ad hoc reporting tool

Work alongside team members within product management and other teams

What you need to have…

MS Access or database knowledge; reporting experience preferred

Completion of a database class

Information Systems or Computer Science major preferred

Junior or Senior standing

3.0+ GPA

Ability to commit to working a full semester (possible opportunity to work longer)

Ability to work minimum 20 hours per week at Daxko's Homewood office (flexible on days/times)

About Daxko

"Software that makes a difference. People who make it better." More than a mantra, it’s our belief that better people and better customer interaction always leads to better solutions. That belief has positioned Daxko as a top employer and a leading software as a service provider to nonprofits nationwide.

Life in Birmingham, AL

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