IT Application Development Internship - Part Time

Company Name:
Hy-Vee Food Stores
Page 1 I.T. APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP Hy-Vee, Inc. is a progressive company working on technologies associated with e-commerce, mobile development, supply chain, finance, data warehousing and business intelligence. We have a paid internship position available to assist in the development and support of
applications. The internship will be located at the West Des Moines corporate office. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Enhances existing computer applications to add new features or improve performance 2. Assists corporate personnel with data retrieval in support of research projects 3. Evaluates adherence to coding standards and modifies code for compliance 4. Reports to work when scheduled and on time THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Knowledge of computer application programming, preferably in Microsoft Visual or C#, Microsoft Reporting
, , Access and SQL Server 2. Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills 3. Strong interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills and the ability to work well with cross-functional teams comprised of members from all levels of the organization. Selected candidates will work a minimum of 10 hours/week, with the flexibility to discuss other options and hours. MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO PERFORM JOB: Qualifications include working toward, or recently acquired, a degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Information Management and Technology, etc. Interested candidates who meet the qualifications can visit with Galen McCullough at , Jason Mikesell at , Ryan Neville at or Tom Settle at for more information. The deadline for applying is March 7, 2014. Please apply online at . The job location is Corporate. Do not enter city/state/title. Email your resume, cover letter and transcript of grades to: Hy-Vee, Inc. Attn: Brenda Goeden Human Resources Department 5820 Westown Parkway West Des Moines, IA 50266 Phone -mail: bgoeden@

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