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Technology Leadership Development Program – Intern Travel Chardon

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    Job Description:

    Innovative thinking, creative problem-solving, and a determination to challenge the status-quo, these are some of the defining qualities for participants of our Technology Leadership Development Program (TLDP). TLDP is a one to two-year experiential program containing three designated tracks: Software Engineering, Cybersecurity, and Infrastructure & Cloud Engineering. Each track is designed to grow and develop your technical and self-leadership skills and each experience, within your assigned track, will consist of a combination of hands-on opportunities, an immersive learning journey, and a mentoring program to prepare you for a dynamic career. You will have the opportunity to explore multiple technologies while learning from different leaders within Travelers.

    As a Technology LDP participant, you exemplify model behavior and will be expected to positively challenge processes and identify new and innovative ways to complete objectives more effectively and efficiently. You will be expected to take initiative, embrace change, actively listen to, and support diverse points of view and celebrate the success of others.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Contribute to the overall software design strategy by planning, developing, testing, and implementing software solutions that enable our products, distribution workflows, and customer, agent, and employee experiences.
    • Leverage modern software engineering and analytic tools and practices to design, deliver, and support state-of-the-art and high performing infrastructure platforms and services enabling business operations and technology solutions.

    Job Requirements/Qualifications:

    • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
    • Less than three years of technology related experience (may include one or more internship experiences in the Technology field).
    • Exposure to object-oriented programming (OOP) in one major language.
    • Suggested majors include Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems.
    • Self-starter with a strong track record of exploring new technologies, applications, and environments beyond required job and/or educational commitments.
    • Strong track record of taking ownership and responsibility for actions and outcomes, performance, and results.
    • Ability to proactively manage time and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Strong collaboration skills with the ability to actively engage with others while maintaining a positive attitude.
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
    • Demonstrated aptitude in identifying current or future problems or opportunities, analyzing data, synthesizing, and comparing information to understand issues, identifying cause/effect relationships, and exploring alternative solutions to support sound decision making.

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