We’re LendingHome. We’re on a mission to revolutionize the world of mortgages and put the power, and the keys, where they belong—in your hands.


A summer internship at LendingHome’s Pittsburgh Office offers you unparalleled networking and mentorship to kickstart your career in an emerging tech ecosystem. We’re a product and technology-led company that values building a diverse and inclusive team who treat each other with respect and empathy. We’re entrepreneurial, diligent, and emphasize a culture that promotes creativity and merit. We’ve been featured in Wealthfront’s 2018 Career Launching Companies, as well as Forbes’ Fintech 50. Come meet your future colleagues, investors, and even co-founders!

We organize the Summer Internship for Software Engineering in both our San Francisco and our Pittsburgh office locations. Please let the hiring team know which office location you prefer during the interview process

 

Get Things Done

We believe in hiring the absolute best, and strive to achieve quality over quantity. Because we move millions of dollars in transactions every day, we value finding the right balance between speed and stability. Our team engages in all dimensions of the business, from sales and marketing to capital markets and underwriting.

We’ll work with you as you own and deliver business features that directly impact our core business, user experience, and ultimately help us to revolutionize the mortgage industry. Previous interns have worked on projects from launching a pilot consumer mortgage program to a machine vision lambda for text extraction.

 

Work and Play

At LendingHome, we believe in challenging our engineers, while also having fun. We are a highly cross-functional organization with a strong culture of collaboration that focuses on maximizing impact.  You’ll attend company all-hands meetings and get first-hand experience in a company that’s growing rapidly and sustainably. Pittsburgh’s emerging tech sector was recently featured in GeekWire; our office is located in Nova Place, close to downtown and the stadiums, so you’ll spend less time commuting and more time shipping code.  You may even spend an afternoon with the Pirates at PNC Park, at the Warhol Museum, kayaking on the three rivers, or exploring the foodie Strip District.

 

Skills

The ideal candidate for this role would have the following skills:

  • Object-Oriented Design Knowledge
  • Preferably experience with either Ruby, Python, or Javascript
  • Experience working with groups to build and deploy projects
  • Mortgage experience not required - just general curiosity and a willingness to learn and make a difference

Send us a link to your GitHub / LinkedIn, or apply using the link below. We look forward to hearing from you!


    


Forbes 2017 - Top 30 Under 30

$3 Billion in Mortgage Originations

We’ve combined an all-star team with groundbreaking technology. Come join us on our mission to fill the path to homeownership with confidence, clarity, and candor. Welcome Home. 

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