Our environment is customer focused and innovative. When you join Lands’ End, you will join over 5,000 talented individuals who are leaders, critical thinkers, accountable, curious, flexible and results-minded all driving toward the same goals: to motivate customers and drive sales through multiple channels. Our 12-week summer Internship Program is held at our Lands’ End corporate headquarters in Dodgeville, WI. Dodgeville is a community of about 4,000 that offers charming restored buildings with stores, specialty shops, restaurants and professional services. Nearby Governor Dodge State Park is Wisconsin’s largest with over 5,000 scenic acres, two lakes and a waterfall. Dodgeville is located just 45 minutes from Madison. Madison is home to the University of Wisconsin and is a progressive city with outstanding restaurants, bike trails and beautiful lakes surrounded by numerous parks.
As a Lands’ End intern, you’ll join a diverse group of individuals from a variety of colleges, universities and areas of study for the 12-week summer program. Some highlights of our summer internship program include:
Competitive internship salary
Team-building, networking activities including team project leadership and cross functional learning opportunities
Free access to an 80,000 square foot onsite fitness facility
Merchandise discounts on Lands’ End products
Our internship program is designed with future leaders in mind and serves as a pipeline for top talent. Participants in our program receive one-on-one mentorship and training while working alongside cross-functional teams to complete initiatives that are key to our business success. Project initiatives will target the Lands’ End infrastructure environment and may include development of software or scripts to help build and automate Lands’ End cloud infrastructure.
The internship experience has a strong focus on hands-on learning and team involvement. You will quickly come to appreciate the complexities of developing infrastructure and streamlining operations for a growing a global, multi-channel retailer. Ideal candidates are curious, motivated, business-savvy innovators who thrive on a challenge. They have proven leadership abilities and strong project management skills.
The Intern experience at Lands’ End is a comprehensive development-based role, designed to facilitate a robust career path in IT or business. Interns will be immersed in the various functions of the business that contribute to the broader scope gaining valuable hands-on experience in skill competency areas.
Day-to-day responsibilities include:
Work with technical leads and DevOps team members to understand project requirements and to design innovative solutions using cloud-technology
Work with end users to demonstrate solutions and to incorporate feedback from those sessions
Communicate to leads and mangers the status, risks and issues encountered
Successful Intern candidates possess the following:
Innovative, critical thinker with the ability to continuously operate strategically and work cross-functionally
Programming and development skills and interest
Interest in developing innovative cloud-based technology solutions
High energy, self-motivated, ambitious and looking for a great experience
Demonstrated ability to develop presentations and summarizing findings
Strong analytical skills
Process oriented with a business and financial background
Strong intellectual curiosity and bias for action
Able to work on multiple priorities and projects simultaneously
Basic Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
Pursuing career in web front-end design, software/web development or computer science
Working toward a degree in IT or Business
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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