Software Engineer Intern, LIMS

Software Engineer Intern, LIMS

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About the job

Verily is an Alphabet company combining a data-driven, people-first approach to bring the promise of precision health to everyone, every day.
Our team combines expertise in healthcare, data science and technology to improve the health and well-being of our communities. We are developing the infrastructure and solutions to harness the profusion of health information for good. Our data-driven solutions span three primary areas: research, care and innovation. Programs include Project Baseline - our research initiative to increase participation and evidence generation in clinical research; Onduo - our personalized virtual care platform, which includes connected tools, lifestyle coaching and clinical support; and Debug - our effort to reduce the threat of mosquito-borne diseases by combining machine learning with sterile insect technique. We’re also actively working to combat the spread of COVID-19 through new programs like Healthy at Work.


Verily’s internship is a paid 13 week program for rising seniors, either undergraduate or graduate students, who are interested in working at the intersection of technology, data science and healthcare. The program is designed for all students, and again this year we encourage students who have been historically underrepresented in this field to explore the program, which is a pathway towards full-time employment within Verily. This includes but is not limited to: Black/African-American, Latinx/Hispanic, Native American, students with disabilities, veterans, and non-binary people.
This Software Engineering role will write software to support our internal researchers and scientists, as well as coming up with new workflows and documentation on best practices for the newly set up CLIA lab at our Headquarters.

  • Join us for a unique 13 week internship that will take place May 16th to August 12th 2022 OR June 13th to September 9th 2022


  • Assist with the migration of the compute engine of our software applications.
  • Create tools to measure application performance before and after migration.
  • Use release automation tools to manage application deployment.
  • Present improvements in application performance and lessons learned during the migration process.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in university as a full-time student with an anticipated graduation date on or before the end of 2023.
  • Authorization to work in the United States.
  • Software development experience with any object-oriented programming language.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A growth mindset and willingness to pick up new technologies and domain knowledge to be productive in the role.
  • Experience with cloud deployment technologies: Docker, Kubernetes, and Google Cloud Platform.
  • Prior experience with Golang, Angular, Python, or Terraform.

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