Bayer Graduate Software Engineering Intern-Fall 2021

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Posted: 9.15.21

Bayer Graduate Software Engineering Intern-Fall 2021

Bayer Crop Science

At Bayer we’re visionaries, driven to solve the world’s toughest challenges and striving for a world where ,Health for all, Hunger for none’ is no longer a dream, but a real possibility. We’re doing it with energy, curiosity and sheer dedication, always learning from unique perspectives of those around us, expanding our thinking, growing our capabilities and redefining ‘impossible’. There are so many reasons to join us. If you’re hungry to build a varied and meaningful career in a community of brilliant and diverse minds to make a real difference, there’s only one choice.





The primary responsibilities of this role, Software Engineering Intern, are to:


  • Explore new technologies and collaborate closely with team members and partners within the business;
  • Explore Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), User Experience (UX), User Interface (UI), and/or Data Visualization;
  • Contribute to positive team culture and work ethos based on Bayer LIFE values;
  • Support the Health, Safety, and Environment, Compliance, Business Conduct, and Human Rights policies and culture.



Your success will be driven by your demonstration of our LIFE values.  More specifically related to this position, Bayer seeks an incumbent who possesses the following:


Required Qualifications:


  • Be registered and currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program of Computer Science or Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign;
  • Be proficient in languages such as C#, Java, JavaScript, node.js, Unity, and Python;
  • Experience with computer vision and marker tracking;
  • Experience creating performant APIs;
  • Database experience with both relational database management systems;
  • Be proficient with GitHub and understanding the benefits of source control;
  • Experience creating and interacting with RESTful APIs
  • Experience creating data visualizations
  • Be proficient with several aspects of the software development process (planning, testing, development, performance optimization, refactoring, debugging, production support);
  • Be able to work 10-20 hours per week if interning during the semester;
  • Be able to work 40 hours per week if interning during the summer.


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