LogicGate was founded with a rebellious spirit and lofty objective: to build a modern risk management platform that helps our customers grow by transforming business risks into opportunities. Since our founding in 2015, we've secured more than $156M in four funding series to help us grow into the company we are today, but we're not done yet. LogicGate continues to push to lead the GRC category with our flexible and no-code risk management solution.

We are an outcomes-first company. Our success comes from our high-performing teams, so we give you flexibility to work from where you are. You’ll have the option to be fully remote, work from our headquarters in Chicago, or hybrid, unless the role has specific requirements. 

Risk is a team sport, and the strongest teams are made up of diverse talent. We’ve worked hard to create an environment where everyone feels safe bringing their most authentic self to work. We are committed to fostering and maintaining an inclusive work environment where all employees’ views and backgrounds are celebrated, their thoughts matter and everyone feels safe to bring their authentic selves to work. 

Our Company core values of Be as One, Do the Right Thing, Embrace Curiosity, Own It, Empower Customers, and Raise the Bar guide everything we do - with our customers, our employees, and all we interact with.  

We are proud to have been included as a top workplace by Built In, Crain’s Chicago Business, and the Chicago Tribune.

About the Internship

LogicGate’s Internship Program is designed and tailored for college students from various disciplines to gain real world work experience in a fast-paced, high growth, open and diverse environment.  This program will give you exposure to leading edge technology, provide valuable work experience, career coaching, and mentorship. Roles include areas like Product and Marketing.  From the time an application is submitted, to the end of the summer internship, students will be supported to learn and grow their strengths, abilities, and potential.

Program Details:

  • 10 weeks internship starting on June 5th, 2023 - August 11th, exact end date would depend upon your school schedule
  • Receive hourly pay of between $26 - 28/ per hour 
  • Work fully remote, with opportunities to connect with your Team and other workgroups virtually
  • Gain meaningful work experience in field of study, participate in special projects, volunteer events, virtual social events, fire-side chats with leadership, and more!
  • Assigned to a mentor to guide you throughout your internship and beyond!

Program Eligibility:

  • Are available to work 40 hours per week during the summer
  • This position is not eligible for sponsorship 
  • Please note: Interns are not eligible for Benefits / Total Rewards package

How you’ll spend your time:

  • Building integrations via an enterprise integration platform as a service (iPaaS) called Workato. 
  • Reviewing API documentation (e.g. Swagger) of 3rd party applications to determine feasibility and effort required to build integrations
  • Creating integration related documentation and support materials using tools such as Confluence, Postman and Lucidchart.
  • Creating snippets of code in Ruby and/or Python
  • Triaging job failures and responding to customer troubleshooting requests
  • Create reporting dashboards in Domo

We get excited about you if you:

  • Working towards a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science (or something similar) with a planned graduation, however no formal education is required
  • General knowledge of REST APIs and common enterprise integration patterns
  • Experience using a modern programming language such as Python, Ruby, or JavaScript
  • Experience with making API calls using Postman, SoapUI, and/or Swagger
  • Have previous experience fielding client inquiries and troubleshooting technical issues

What we use:

  • Workato (iPaaS Platform)
  • Postman & Swagger (API Platforms)
  • Datadog (Observability)
  • Jira & Wrike (Task Management)
  • Confluence (Documentation Repository)

Total Rewards 

Our Total Rewards Package is designed to support you both at work and outside of it. In addition to offering competitive salary, variable compensation (bonus), equity and health and wellness benefits, we are proud to offer generous PTO, 12 Annual Company Holidays, Summer and Winter Fridays, and Health Days, allowing you time to recharge and relax. We are focused on and invested in career development and learning opportunities including access to LinkedIn Learning, regular People Leader training, our internal Mentorship Program, and and annual Continued Education stipend ($1,000 per year per person). 

Our Culture

DEIB is a priority for us at LogicGate - it is at the foundation of all of our core People programs, activities, and business practices.  We encourage everyone to join one of our Employee Affinity Groups (BELogicGate, Women in LogicGate, and Pride) to participate in and contribute to conversations that foster a culture of belonging. 

LogicGate also believes strongly in giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We support our teams through this by offering volunteer hours as well as Company-wide charitable activities supporting organizations aligned with our Company Core Values.

Excited about LogicGate but not familiar with GRC? That’s ok — a lot of us weren’t familiar with GRC when we started, too. Unless the job description specifically requires previous GRC familiarity, here’s what you need to know:

  • GRC stands for Governance, Risk, and Compliance
  • GRC professionals help their companies manage uncertainty, act with integrity, and stay on the right side of the law. 
  • GRC is a huge market and growing fast. It’s a $35 billion industry today, and predicted to grow to $64 billion by 2025. A lot of opportunity!

At LogicGate, our People are the foundation of everything we do - for our teams, our customers, and the Company. We are proud to offer competitive, inclusive, and comprehensive total rewards packages. 

LogicGate has an outcomes-first culture that provides a variety of benefits and perks that enable our teams to thrive, both inside and outside of the workplace.These include: competitive variable plans, equity grants, paid time-off, ongoing learning stipend, paid parental leave, 401k matching, health, vision, and dental insurance, accident and life insurance.

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