Kami Internship Program
More ‘experience’ and less ‘espresso’ runs.
Heard of tech startups and would love to be part of one? We are an award-winning and high-growth New Zealand-based tech startup that is loved by millions around the world.
We are currently looking for exceptional interns to join our growing team. Best part, it’s a paid internship. And if you excel and standout there might even be a potential position when you graduate.
You must have interest in any of the following:
- Software Engineering
- Video production (planning, creation, and editing)
- Community Building and Management
- Brand Management
- Social Media
- Event Organization
What we are looking for:
- Any of the study areas: marketing, communications, education, commerce, arts and humanity, film production, engineering.
- You must be in your last year of university, or have two terms left including the current one.
- Have previous voluntary, internship, or work experience.
- Unfortunately, we won’t accept those who have existing voluntary, internship, or work in place. We understand that university is difficult to juggle as it is, so we need someone who can give their 100% on top of their uni work.
- Organised and must have work flexible hours. We can work around your schedule.
- Must be a New Zealand resident, citizen, or have the applicable visa to apply.
- Kami is an online document viewer and annotation tool. We are widely used across all industries. However, we specialise in the education sector, particularly in the US K-12 market.
- We are a growing tech startup based on Queen St, Auckland.
- We are a fun team aged 25 to 27. We also have advisors and investors the top brew in the New Zealand tech eco-system and some big names in Silicon Valley.
- We are the 2015 recipient of the New Zealand Innovation Awards – Innovation in Information Communications Technology and Cloud Solutions.
- We have over two million users around the world, with core user base from North America.
If you’re having trouble with the form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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