U-Haul Jr. Software Developer/Intern in Phoenix, Arizona
2727 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85004 United States of America
You’ll be helping us build new and awesome experiences for people using U-Haul for their moving needs. We are looking for full-stack software developers who can contribute to projects using Entity Framework, HTML 5, MVC, WCF, WebAPI, JQuery, ASP.Net, and T-SQL. The teams working on each feature are small (manager, lead developer, a few seniors, and developers), so there is a lot of meaningful collaboration, but we have established career paths and the stability of a large company.
Because we are making user facing features, we believe strongly in writing code that is easily maintainable and highly reliable. We need creative individuals who love to problem solve and find ways to continually implement solutions that satisfy user needs.
You’re a developer who can turn ideas into extremely fast and reliable code that other people – or you, six months into the future – will find easy to comprehend and modify. You believe in the power of software to positively impact user perception.
You will be successful in this role if you:
Complete daily development assignments that include internal and external applications
Analyze and implement solutions to presented problems while satisfying the user’s needs
Write code that is easily maintainable and highly reliable
Possess the ability to multi-task and prioritize work as necessary
Collaborate with a team to successfully complete projects on time
U-Haul is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants for employment will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, provincial, state or local law. Individual accommodations are available on requests for applicants taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Information obtained during this process will only be shared on a need to know basis.
Since 1945, U-Haul has been serving do-it-yourself movers and their households. Like many other successful ventures, the concept for U-Haul was generated out of need. After World War II, there existed the widespread need for do-it-yourself moving equipment that would be available on a one-way, nationwide basis. U-Haul co-founders L.S. "Sam" Shoen and his wife, Anna Mary Carty Shoen, recognized that need and acted upon it. Their visionary approach spread the cost of ownership among many users, facilitating the mobility of the populations of the U.S. and Canada. The covered wagon of the pioneers morphed into orange U-Haul trailers. In the process, an industry was born.