Wednesday, 11 April 2018

PayPal Job Openings For Freshers As Software Engineer


Organization       : PayPal

Job Role               : Software Engineer

Location               : Chennai

Qualification       : BE/B Tech

Experience           : Freshers

Salary                    : Best In Industry


About Organization:

At PayPal (Nasdaq:PYPL), we put individuals on the middle of everything we do. Founded in 1998, we proceed to be on the forefront of the digital payments revolution. PayPal gives humans higher ways to control and move their cash, offering them alternative and flexibility
Candidate should have completed BE/B Tech from a recognised university.

* Should have an aggregate of 60% through out academics.
* Must have strong applied experience.

* Must be built, broken, and rebuilt software applications. We’re looking for creative thinkers who also know how to create real-world products.

* You are a coder’s coder

* PayPal is seeking an intern to work with us for a 2 months program.

* Interns at PayPal help develop innovative solutions and high quality products that touch millions of people every day around the globe.

* Should work alongside the best and the brightest engineering talent in the industry. We have opportunities in a wide range of areas including development, search, platform, test, quality, big data, front end, and back end.

* As a core participant of your team, you’ll estimate engineering efforts, prioritize projects, plan implementations, and triage production issues.

* Must need to be dynamic, collaborative, and curious as we build new experiences, improve existing products, and develop distributed systems powering the world’s largest e-commerce and payments websites at a scale few companies can match.

* Must work alongside the best and the brightest engineering talent in the industry.

* Should have opportunities in a wide range of areas including development, search, platform, test, quality, big data, front end, and back end.

* Should estimate engineering efforts, prioritize projects, plan implementations, and triage production issues.

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