This is not yet another unpaid internship that engages you in copying documents, getting coffee for your manager, or sitting and doing nothing. We want you to learn new things and, as a result, offer you development opportunities within PolSource. Thanks to our individual training approach, the Internship takes place every month - not only during summer break.
The PolSource Flexible Internship program is intended to let you start your career in IT with a focus on the Salesforce ecosystem that we work with. The program is dedicated to recent graduates and those who already have first work experience and want to start their professional careers within the Salesforce ecosystem. It’s an opportunity to work on a real company project, and to discover which skills you need to develop through constructive feedback.
We are aware that as a student you have a packed calendar, and might not be available for full-time work. Our internship plan allows you to attend all of your classes at University, and still learn as much as possible about the latest technologies and the Salesforce.com platform, with flexible internship hours that depend on your availability (minimum 32 hours per week).
You can choose from the following technology paths: Backend Developer, Frontend Developer, Salesforce.com Administrator, Salesforce Tester, Data Migration, Full-stack Developer and Marketing Cloud Developer. All the paths are strictly aligned with the Salesforce Platform, as the majority of our projects are developed based on the platform. Never heard of the Salesforce.com platform before? Don’t worry – we will take care of proper knowledge transfer to get you up to speed.
The internship requires participants to complete three stages of the program. From the very beginning we will assign you a mentor who will guide you through the end of the program and provide you with regular feedback.
During this stage, you will receive access to dedicated training materials on the Salesforce e-learning platform and will perform tasks related to the basic knowledge of Salesforce.com. This phase of the internship is focused more on acquiring technology knowledge than programming skills, but it definitely prepares you for the next steps of the internship journey. After this stage you will be able to:
• Know what exactly Salesforce platform is
• Navigate and do configuration on the platform
• Create simple apps
In the second month of the internship, you will focus on deep platform configuration, programming, testing aspects (SF tester path) and directional training on backend and frontend technologies, both in theoretical and practical areas. After successfully completing the second stage of the program, you will know:
• Complex Salesforce configuration
• Basics of APEX programming language (backend)
• Basics Lightning Web Components, Lightning Aura frameworks (frontend)
• Major mechanisms (Triggers, Batch Jobs, Web Services, Workflows, Approval Processes etc)
• Best practices (backend, frontend, testing)
During this phase of the internship, you will be involved in one of the company's projects. That is the time to integrate and apply technical knowledge gained within the internship, and an opportunity to obtain practical experience.
At the end of each month of the program, there is a “checkpoint”, an evaluation meeting during which you go through the tasks that you have been working on over the past month. You will receive guidance and feedback on your progress and further development from a mentor dedicated to you. By participating in the PolSource Flexible internship program, you not only benefit from earning a competitive salary, but you also gain technology courses, mentor’s guidance, and an opportunity to learn what the profession of a Salesforce Developer looks like.
Want to develop your career by working with the biggest and best brands in the world? Join PolSource and take part in real business challenges, get to know the ins and outs of the company, and decide whether the work environment we offer is a good fit for you!
In the backend developer path you will gain valuable skills in object programming and knowledge of how to use it in practice. You will learn about the Salesforce.com platform, which in combination with other skills will allow you to participate in interesting projects developing enterprise class applications. You will use APEX (Salesorce.com language) or NodeJS, if you are more into JS. WE ARE NOT ACTIVELY RECRUITING FOR THIS POSITION AT THIS TIME.
In the frontend developer path you will master creating client-side apps, and accurate layout coding from PSD/AI into HTML/CSS. You will learn about the Salesforce.com platform and how to communicate with it using API both in desktop and mobile apps. You will use Lightning Components (Salesforce.com frontend framework). WE ARE NOT ACTIVELY RECRUITING FOR THIS POSITION AT THIS TIME.
In the Salesforce Admin path you will gain knowledge about the Salesforce.com platform and the Salesforce QTC module. You will learn how they work, how to configure them, and how to adjust existing Salesforce CRM and QTC modules to unique Clients’ needs. You’ll be able to effectively manage the Salesforce environment to support Clients’ Sales teams with complicated product structures or own price calculation algorithms. WE ARE NOT ACTIVELY RECRUITING FOR THIS POSITION AT THIS TIME.
AQ Internship path is about assuring the team and client that you provide maximum quality depending on the given time. You will learn the needed tools and how to deal with any found bugs. Also, you will have an opportunity to learn the basics of Salesforce to know how to prepare test data and run the regression tests effectively. WE ARE NOT ACTIVELY RECRUITING FOR THIS POSITION AT THIS TIME.
Data Migration internship will enable any successful candidates to grow their data engineering skills and learn how to move large data sets between various systems and Salesforce. Utilize the most popular ETL tools, patterns, and good practices so you could put your knowledge to test while working for some of the most recognizable brands on the market. Build-up your skillet and gain experience in the exciting world of Salesforce and new technologies. WE ARE NOT ACTIVELY RECRUITING FOR THIS POSITION AT THIS TIME.
At the full-stack developer path, you will gain valuable skills in object programming and use them in practice. You will learn about Salesforce.com platform which in combination with other skills will allow you to participate in interesting projects developing enterprise-class applications. You will use APEX (Salesorce.com language very similar to Java) for the backend and Lightning Components (Salesforce.com framework similar to React) for the frontend.Apply
At Marketing Cloud Developer path you will gain valuable skills in programming and use it in practice. You will learn about the Salesforce.com platform which in combination with other skills will allow you to participate in interesting projects developing enterprise-class applications. You will use SSJS and AMPscript.Apply