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Production Engineering Internship, ILM - Summer 2018Apply Now Job ID 499766BR Location San Francisco, California, United States Business Studio Entertainment Brand Lucasfilm Date posted 12/11/2017
Production Engineering in ILM is responsible for creating and supporting many of the pipeline infrastructure services used by other developers within the company. This includes our render farm management software, data synchronization services, media creation pipeline and storage backup & archival systems. Potential projects include:Apply Now
- Advancing our in-house application and service monitoring as part of our Meaningful Monitoring and Messaging initiative.
- Work to develop more production-friendly tools by converting some command-line tools to more usable web-based tools.
- As we roll out our new renderfarm management software, the intern would help to create additional monitoring and reporting tools.
- Develop tools and/or services for the Production Engineering team
- Contribute to daily operational tasks, including support, general troubleshooting and bug fixes
- Proven knowledge and experience with Linux.
- Python programming required
- Working knowledge of one or more Python-based web frameworks; Django, Flask, etc.
- Familiarity with film and video postproduction and/or computer graphics techniques highly desired.
- Working knowledge of various data store technologies, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL or redis.
- Working knowledge of virtualization, containerization such as VMWare, Docker, Mesos, Kubernetes
- Junior, Senior, Graduate Level student or recent graduate (within 6 months of graduating) pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Management Information Systems or related field.
- At least 18 years of age
- Unrestricted work authorization
- Available from May - August 2018 or June-September 2018
- Ability to provide own relocation, housing and transportation. Position is located in San Francisco, CA.
- Enrolled in an undergraduate program at a college/university taking at least one class in the semester prior to participation in the internship program, or recently graduated within six months at time of application