Are you eager to grow both personally and professionally? Are you willing to collaborate with our engineers to bring new ideas, solve challenging problems and help push the boundaries of online applications that bring value to millions of people, every day? If your answer is ‘Yes’. Join us for the opportunity to become a key member of a cross-functional team during your internship. We will place you in the heart of our Aftonbladet development team.
What you will do:
You will join us for 2 months (June-July) on a full-time basis - the internship is paid.
Experience different ways of working depending on the challenge; pair-programming, mob programming and the opportunity to work on your tasks.
You will be paired with an engineer, who will mentor and support you during your internship.
You will solve real-world problems and watch your changes go live on Aftonbladet the same day you implement them.
Collaborate with all members of your cross-functional team; Product people, UX designers, front-end developers, and full-stack engineers.
At the end of the internship period, we would love for you to present a summary of what you have done, and learned, as well as suggest potential ideas and share your findings.
You are a 3rd-5th-year student.
You are interested in coding and programming languages, and might even have completed some projects on your own.
You have good English skills and you are not afraid to use them daily.
You are curious and willing to learn, and you have ideas which you would like to implement.
You will be based in Stockholm during the internship, but you are able to work remotely 3 days per week if you wish to.
We understand that you may not have work experience just yet, so instead we are keen to learn more about your skills, how you will help us bring value to our customers, and what you have done so far that you are proud of!
Who we are:
In Aftonbladet Product & Tech we provide the 4 million daily users of Aftonbladet with a superior news experience through digital products. With our exceptional journalism, high editorial independence and strong digital development we keep making Sweden a little better, the world a little more comprehensible and life a little easier.
About the team:
We are around 25 people divided into five development teams focusing on increasing user engagement in Aftonbladet's product experiences and bringing even more value to our users utilising our modern tech stack. We drive experiments to quickly try out new ideas - to try and fail quickly and intensify the pace of product innovation.
Learning and growing together, we do code reviews, pair programming and twice-a-year company-wide hackathons. We also dedicate 10% of our time (every second Friday) to skill development and innovation.
The interview process for all our internship roles will start in January 2024.
Summer internship recruitment process:
1. The selected candidates will receive a Home assignment/coding task which takes around 3 hours to solve
2. Going over the provided solution/coding task with an engineer from Schibsted - On a video call
3. Interview with a mentor or manager from the team - On a video call
4. Job offer
Please note that we will not offer relocation services for the internship.
A background check is part of the recruitment process for the final candidate.
Schibsted is a family of digital brands with a strong Nordic position, and more than 6,000 employees. Millions of people interact with our companies every day through our leading online marketplaces, world-class media houses. We also help new promising businesses grow. Our joint mission of empowering people in their daily lives is rooted in the values of our media heritage and a legacy of bold change. At our best, we are a fearless force for change in a society built on trust and transparency.
Product & Tech is responsible for product development and technology platforms for News Media brands. The unit consists of product managers, software engineers, UX experts, and user researchers. Most of our teams work distributed, with colleagues in Oslo, Stockholm, Krakow, Gdansk, Bergen, and Stavanger.