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Are you young, motivated, and currently with lots of times on your hands, but have a deep interest in tech? Well, if you are based in or near San Francisco, you will be glad to know that Twilio is currently looking for software engineer apprentices.

The Twilio Software Engineering Apprenticeship program, dubbed Hatch, runs for six months, and equips the apprentices with industry-level experience in design, developing, and delivery of market-ready software systems.

The Hatch program is particularly keen on enrolling candidates with little to no-traditional technical background. So don’t let your lack of professional training in ICT or related field be an excuse for not applying.

Twilio is encouraging anyone from the underrepresented communities in tech to apply. The company has made a name for itself for championing diversity at the workplace. So apprentice from communities like people of color, LGBTQIA, women (self-identified), veterans, and people with disabilities among others are all encouraged to apply.

The Twilio Apprenticeship Job Description

The apprenticeship is in two parts. The first part entails you joining a team made up of fellow apprentices to learn about the Twilio engineering platform. Where you will be learning about the internal workings of the tool. You will be expected to build your Twilio app, which will help you familiarize yourself faster with the platform’s products, systems, and processes.

In the second part, you will move on to spending your time with Twilio’s experienced product engineering teams. During which you will learn software development best practices. You will also have access to multiple mentors and formal training sessions designed to sharpen your technical and interpersonal skills.

Responsibilities

Write high-quality, maintainable code that is well-documented and extensively tested

Collaborate with team to rapidly and safely iterate and deploy production systems

Participate in product and architecture reviews to determine project deliverables

Contribute to regular team meetings to plan work on an ongoing basis

Give and receive constructive feedback as part of peer code reviews

Requirements

Certification from a 12 week+ intensive full-time boot camp program or equivalent

Experience with web applications, REST APIs and ORMs

Proficiency in one of Python, JavaScript or Ruby

Willingness to learn Java, PHP or Python

Strong communication and team skills

Bonus points

A strong sense of empathy

Appetite for knowledge

Familiarity with the Scrum development framework

Basic understanding of DevOps best practices

Test-driven development discipline

 

For enquiries, you can email [email protected]. The recruitment is for the cohort that will begin their apprenticeship at Twilio in March 2018. You have until Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 5 PM PST to apply. You can apply at this link.

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