Software Engineer Intern

Company Name:
Genscape, Inc
Genscape is seeking a talented and motivated summer intern in our Boston, MA office. The intern will develop a next-generation analytics tool based on historical generator bidding data. This application will help Genscape better predict the future operation of generators, one of the key inputs to our proprietary modeling process. We've recently moved to automate this process with better tools to handle the vast amount of historical data, allowing us to do monthly refreshes and compile multiple statistical strategies, and the new bid analysis application will help us bring our toolset to the next level.

This internship will focus on building a set of SOAP Web
using C# .Net and the latest Microsoft tools and technologies to provide bid analysis capabilities to all regions. The intern will work directly with senior software engineers and business domain experts, and will be encouraged to provide creative input to both the UI design and the application architecture.

2+ years of experience in school or in prior internships writing

Significant experience with one or more of the following: C#, Java, C++.

Exposure to Web-based technologies (SOAP, ReST, HTML/JavaScript/CSS) preferred.

Must be comfortable with developing applications in a Microsoft environment.

Must have strong communication skills, a passion to learn and an ability to work well with varying personalities.

Pursuing a BA/BS or MA/MS degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Math, or related.

Genscape is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate, nor will tolerate discrimination, on the basis of race, age, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, ethnic or national origin, or handicap or disability.

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