Enterprise Architecture Intern Summer 2020
That’s a cool job! I want it!
Ready to shake things up? Splunk continues to be on a tear while enjoying incredible growth year over year. With growth comes scaling opportunities and the need to add an Intern to the Enterprise IT Architecture team focus on designing, documenting and managing the artifacts of enterprise applications. As we trend towards over $5B in annual revenue, it is essential we provide a world class experience to our internal and external customers to do business with us. This role is for you if possess a blend of engagement skills, creative technical content creation, desire to learn how business applications work, strategic thinking, learn technical and architectural skills.
I want to and can do that!
- Learn current enterprise business applications, identity and data landscape
- Create comprehensive technical documentation and manage the content
- Shadow solution architect to build solutions that increase business value using industry standard methodologies and scalable integration tools/platforms
- Manage Architecture Review Board Artifacts
I’ve already done that or have that!
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Programming experience
- Nice to have experience with business applications such as Salesforce, SAP S4/HANA, NetSuite, Workday etc.
- Currently pursuing a BS or MS in Information Technology/Computer Science/Information Systems or equivalent experience required
This isn’t a job – it’s a life changer – are you ready?
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