Software Engineer at Dbrs
Location: Toronto, Ontartio, Canada
Salary range: $$$$
Number of Reviews: 7
Popularity on RateMyCoopJob: 2126 clicks
Job Description: Summary As a Software Engineer on the DevOps team, your primary responsibility will be to help the organization design, develop and implement business process improvements through the use of software. Areas of focus will building upon our automated software release platform and instrumentation of monitoring tools. In your role, you will be helping DBRS by improving process efficiency and accuracy. You will interact heavily with other members of the technology team, while delivering rock solid tools to end users. Term Projects - Build upon our automated testing and release platform. Work closely with the DevOps team, Test Engineering team and Software Engineering team to expand the scope of automated tests
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"Great place for early co-op terms."

over 2 years ago

Based on $1300/week
"Good, learned a lot. Can improve their management further."

about 4 years ago

Based on $1100/week
"Great environment to learn and grow as a software engineer. Full time staff are very supportive and are with you every step of the way to help if needed. For a company in financial services, the technology department is very laid back!"

over 4 years ago

Based on $1275/week
"Phenomenal work term. Although DBRS seems like a stringent, strict financial firm, the Global Tech department is very laid back and friendly. Flexible hours, colleagues that give you full tasks and entrust you with full time responsibility, and an enthusiastic boss who encourages learning new things. Through working at DBRS, I learned to use the .NET Stack, Linq to Entity ORM, AngularJS (and JavaScript in general), jQuery, CSS, SQL and PowerShell. A terrific experience, free coffee included!"

about 5 years ago

Based on $975/week
"Amazing learning experience. You get to work on several (meaningful) projects and learn/use a variety of technologies. You have the opportunity to pursue areas that you're interested in, as well as challenge yourself in areas that you're not too comfortable with. The full-timers are awesome, and really care about your growth as an engineer. Overall, it was a great term!"

about 5 years ago

Based on $1200/week
"Couldn't have asked for a better work environment for learning and growing as a software engineer. Worked on several projects that used a wide variety of cool technologies and languages, and the end product was meaningful for company use. Lots of room to explore whichever areas of the stack you are interested in. Almost prepares you too well for your future co-ops."

about 5 years ago

Based on $750/week
"Overall it was a good term that provided good opportunities to learn, grow, and contribute. You get out of it as much as you put into it. Hours were pretty flexible, some company outings to restaurants. Used interesting new technologies. (http://www.nimavaziri.com/1/post/2013/08/headfirst-while-blindfolded-interning-as-a-software-engineer.html) Good people and environment. There was an internal hackathon which was fun."

about 6 years ago

Based on $600/week