RStudio PBC - R Markdown Internship

paid / internship / remote in the United States


RStudio creates great software that helps people understand data and make better decisions in real-world applications. Our core offering is an open source data science toolchain, and we aim to make it available to everyone, regardless of their economic means.

What you'll do:

  • Work with the R Markdown team on our ecosystem of R packages for data science communication built on Pandoc.
  • Contribute actively to our software development process as we work to improve our toolchain for academic, scientific, and technical publishing.
  • Depending on your skillset you may write code, draft documentation, interview end-users, and provide feedback to the software development team.

About you:

  • You have general R experience.
  • You can efficiently use Git/GitHub.
  • You have had previous use of R Markdown.
  • You are able to write clearly about code.

About us:

  • We welcome all talented colleagues and are committed to a culture that represents diversity in all its forms .
  • We prioritize giving ourselves “focus time” to get deep work done. We minimize meetings and attempt to operate asynchronously.
  • We are a learning organization and take mentorship and career growth seriously. We hope to learn from you and we anticipate that you will also deepen your skills, influence, and leadership as a result of working at RStudio.
  • We operate under a unique sustainable business model : We have over 50% of our engineering dedicated to creating free and open source software. We are profitable and we plan to be around decades from now.

Notable:

  • Interns are hired as temporary employees, and are not eligible for RStudio benefits.
  • 100% remote.
  • Interns must be eligible to work in the United States (no international hires).
  • Start date: May 24th - June 7th
  • The duration of the program is 12 weeks.
  • Pay Rate: $25/hr, assume 40 hours per week.
  • Interns are eligible for paid holidays on Memorial Day (5/31/21), Juneteenth (observed on 6/18/21), July 4th, and Labor Day (9/6/21).

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