Want to change the way work…works? This is your moment.
RingCentral Glip integrates messaging with video to make conversation, collaboration and connection more meaningful than ever, no matter where or how people want to work.
At RingCentral we call our interns RingTerns because, by the end of your 10-week program, you’ll know our culture inside and out. Why is that important? Our culture is what makes RingCentral unique, a place where winning together in a dynamic, highly collaborative environment is what makes us different (and, we like to think, better).
If you are interested in an internship here, chances are you have some relevant skills and are interested in working for a rapidly growing, cloud-based software and communications company. We can teach you the RingCentral-way what we can’t teach, is drive and a passion to succeed.
Here are a few reasons to consider being a RingTern at RingCentral:
You have a competitive edge and like to win. Here, you’ll compete for prizes with individual elevator pitches, team product challenges, off-site excursions and company events. We call it collaborative competition and it’s a great way to experience the way we work.
Hyper-growth, for you and your career. RingCentral is growing at an annual rate of 30%. Every year. So now is a great time to join us. It also means there are lots of interesting, real-world challenges to help us solve.
Mentors who are in it for you. Our mentors will work with you to help you grow and achieve your goals. No micro-management and no busy-work. The goal is to help you problem-solve and succeed independently.
So, join RingCentral as an intern this summer and discover what it feels like to win, together.
Final Intern Application Deadline: April 23, 2021
Create technical and functional documents related to integrations with various systems across RingCentral.
Create API documentation that can be business friendly i.e. external/partner facing
Collaborate and gather multiple technical/functional documents from multiple sources and create a summary document
Analyze current business workflows and document using flowcharts and process flow diagrams to map current and future business process flows with various systems across RingCentral.
Improve and enhance internal, external IT Partners playbooks, checklists/templates
Analyze business processes and document high level requirements for key projects
Freshman and Sophomores students need not apply.
Bachelor's in IT or Computer Science (Masters Preferred)
Experience with technical documentation (API documentation preferred)
Passion to create technical/functional documentation
Good documentation skills
Knowledge of Software Development Lifecycle and Systems Integration is a must
Gain knowledge of Cloud Integrations
Excellent techno functional documentation skills
Broad understanding of software products and integrations
Full-time [10-week internship]
Must be available to start either June 8th, 2021 or June 15th, 2021
Visit the links below to know more about the company, internships and job openings:
About RingCentral - RingCentral’s website
Openings - Job & Internship webpage
Say hello to the future of work. And the end of the resume black hole.
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RingCentral is the worldwide leader in cloud-based communications. Our software communications platform delivers phone, group chat, mobile communications, video calls, videoconference, contact center and AI-driven digital engagement. It’s a powerful, global presence that allows businesses to communicate anywhere, anytime with anyone.
RingCentral is headquartered in Belmont, California and has offices around the world.
RingCentral is an equal opportunity employer that truly values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.