Engineering Internship At OpenFin London, UK 2022

Engineering Intern


About the Role

We are seeking out Frontend Engineer Interns for Our Winter Internship Program. The ideal candidate will be interested in developing their skills while becoming a contributing member of our Product Engineering team. You should be excited about learning new languages, frameworks, and technologies. After the Winter Program, successful candidates will be considered for a full-time permanent position.



• Work covers a range of interests and areas of expertise that can scale to what you would like to learn! The following are three areas you could contribute:

• Contribute to the OpenFin UI Library-architect and build accessible, extensible, and well-tested React components used in several OpenFin products shipping this year.

• Help shape the OpenFin Developer Experience-build out automation and testing, documentation, and prototypes, and give tech talks. Help optimize and build engineering processes and community knowledge product engineering teams working with the UI Library.

• Contribute to building new features-deliver a best-in-class user experience in OpenFin products.


What We’re Looking For

• A user-focused, empathetic person who wants to collaborate, write, talk, and dream about code that people will love to use.

• Comfortable building React components and a passion for making them pixel perfect.

• Awareness of accessibility best practices, progressive enhancement, the DOM / Shadow DOM, and how React “works” under the hood.

• Familiarity and an interest in using Typescript, Styled Components, and Framer Motion.

• An interest in learning cross-platform development for Mac and Windows using Electron and modern tools and frameworks like Webpack and NextJS.


A Few Of Our Product Engineering Values

• Code with Empathy -write your code thinking about the person who might use it next, that person might be you

• Don’t follow the GPS into the lake: we like when engineers are intuitive, critical, and opinionated on what they want to work on and how they think things should be built. Design debates as a way to continually improve our processes and software are a core element of our Engineering culture. We want people who strive to make things better and are always willing to learn from others.

• Don’t take all of the blame -when software breaks, we’re all on the hook. We share knowledge, responsibility, and excitement for fixing things when we discover them.



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