Oracle web developers internships are now available in Houston, but that doesn’t mean the region is a must-do for those looking to land an internship at the company.
“We don’t want to get you here and expect you to be a web developer or software engineer,” said Doug Rios, Oracle’s vice president of global talent services.
Instead, internships for web developers are available in different parts of the world.
In Australia, interns will be paid $25 an hour while interns in London will earn $25.
In New York, interns can earn up to $15 an hour, while interns working in Seattle will earn up a whopping $25 per hour.
There’s one difference between those in Houston and elsewhere.
“There are a lot of people who live in Houston,” said Rios.
But those who are lucky enough to be part of Oracle’s program may find the city’s proximity to tech talent is a benefit, not a drawback.
“We like to think of ourselves as a tech hub, but we’re not really,” said Brad Stromberg, Oracle senior vice president and general manager of the Oracle Developer Training Program.
It’s a position that Oracle is already familiar with. “
Houston is an interesting location, and we’re looking to help people get in the game.”
It’s a position that Oracle is already familiar with.
In 2014, the company hired a second-generation developer to work as a web architect in its new Houston headquarters.
In 2016, it added another developer to its growing team of web developers to serve as the company’s global talent.
While Rios said internships can be a great way to hone your skills, it’s not without risks.
“Interns who don’t know what they’re getting into or don’t have the right background or experience can be put at risk of not being able to work with Oracle,” said Stromovs.
“It’s not uncommon for people who don’ t have a degree or even a lot more experience to be at risk.”
If you’re interested in internships, check out the full list of positions offered at Oracle’s Houston offices below.
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