Mosaic Group creates customized mobile applications for consumers. Our mission is to make cool software that makes life easier in just a few clicks. Our consumer products such as Weather Live and Vimeo reach millions of users across the globe each day.

Our summer internship program offers students hands-on experience in an extremely fast-paced and challenging environment. The program provides an opportunity to work with talented individuals from various areas to partner with stakeholders at all levels. The intern will be guided by a mentor and will be able to showcase the work during a final presentation. We want interns to have the opportunity to own plans and outcomes, offer innovative ideas, think outside of the box and ultimately have a hand in making a business and product impact!

*This is a paid internship.

Position Summary

We are looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer Intern to join our Data Engineering group to help us build the next generation of the core Platform ecosystem that powers the products that over 100+ million users engage with on a daily basis, around the world.

You will move quickly, collaborate effectively and solve challenging technical problems gracefully. You will work with a talented group of people including Product, Marketing, Design, QA, and of course other amazing developers in the group. We have the benefits of a startup (rapid growth opportunities) and an established company (strong presence in the marketplace, recognized brand as an IAC company, and profits).


  • Leverage cutting-edge technologies across the development stack (such as Java/Groovy, Spring boot, Node, Javascript, AWS/GCP Cloud, JIRA) to build web based services and/or applications on the cloud (GCP, AWS)
  • Quickly and efficiently design and implement in an Agile environment
  • Meet with stakeholders to define new/additional features
  • Implement and support projects through all stages of the development lifecycle
  • Actively share knowledge and responsibility with other team members and teams
  • Create new tools for JIRA
  • Build monitoring and alerting tools for cloud environment


  • Candidate must have completed at least two years at an accredited college with a focus in Computer Science or related Engineering discipline
  • Solid foundation in computer science fundamentals from data structures and algorithms to high-level design patterns as well as mastery of one or more computer programming languages
  • Fast learner that takes pride in their work and is very interested and passionate about front end or web development with an obsessive attention to detail
  • Exposure and knowledge of AWS and/or GCP cloud environments
  • Exposure and knowledge of issue tracking and agile project management software JIRA
  • A commitment and drive for excellence and continual improvement and a strong sense of adventure, excitement and enthusiasm
  • Excellent systems analytical, problem solving and technical skills
  • Minimum GPA 3.0


  • Experience with JavaScript related frameworks

This position is based at the Mosaic Apps headquarters on 330 West 34th Street.

"We're improving YOUR digital landscape, by intense collaboration"

*We embrace our diversity and strive to create an inclusive environment for all.


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