Zone-3 Careers in Information Technology
A cyber-security intern works closely with IT and cyber-security teams to create operating system patches, create security tools, respond to cyber-security events, remediate cyber-security events, testing and documentation.
Database Administrator Intern
A database administrator (jr.) is responsible for working with the database administrator (DBA) department to assist in the day-to-day administration, support and ongoing enhancement of databases.
Network Support Specialist
Network support specialists investigate, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate present network systems, such as local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and internet with a wide ranged network system.
Network/Systems Administrator Intern
Network/systems administrator interns are responsible for a variety of project and support work, such as troubleshooting complex technical issues, administration of various infrastructure-level systems, and automation and efficiency improvements.
A Network/systems intern works alongside the network/systems department to provide support services as well as monitor systems and network, data storage, and data protection.
A junior programmer will help write and test code for computer applications and software programs.
QA Tester (Jr.)
Junior QA testers work alongside other groups to test software and report bugs and help fix the bugs.
Web developers are information technology (IT) professionals who design, develop, and maintain websites.