PayPal off campus drive is recruiting candidates for Software Engineer – 2023 Summer Intern position. Candidates who completed graduation in Bachelor’s / Master’s Degree are eligible can apply for this job. The required details such as the agenda, eligibility, procedure, and application process are provided below.
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A financial technology business based in the United States, PayPal was founded in 1998. The company’s corporate headquarters are in San Jose, California, in the United States. The company’s CEO, Dan Schulman, has been in place since 2015. The company’s overall revenue in 2021, according to reports, was roughly US$25.37 billion. For this group, there are now 426 million Users.
PayPal Software Engineer – Intern
- Company name: PayPal
- Website: paypal.com
- Job Position: Software Engineer – 2023 Summer Intern
- Location: Bangalore, Chennai
- Job Type: Full time
- Experience: Freshers
- Qualification: Bachelor’s / Master’s Degree
- Batch: 2024
- Salary: Min 40K Per Month (Expected)
- Software Engineer Interns at PayPal develop innovative solutions and high-quality products that touch millions of people every day.
- Our engineers solve some of the most complex technical problems in the world of connected payments across multiple business units, (including PayPal, Braintree, Venmo, Paydiant).
- Code high-volume and scalable software (front-end and/or back-end focused). This may include creating web applications using React/Node; creating back-end services using Java, SQL, ReST and/or building and developing new user-facing experiences
- Partner closely with cross functional teams in design, product and other business units
Eligibility and Skills:
- Must currently be pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science or related field from an accredited college or university graduating in 2024
- Strong applied experience. You’ve built, broken, and rebuilt software applications. We’re looking for creative thinkers who also know how to create real-world products.
- Familiarity with any or multiple of the following: Node.js applications, Java, C++. Python
- Understanding of concepts like Web Services, SOA, REST APIs
- A desire to grow, learn, and explore new things
How to Apply?
- As always, look through the particulars on this page.
- After reading, scroll through to spot the apply link.
- Click on the apply link to get diverted to the myworkdaysite.com website.
- Enter the details as per the instructions provided.
- Cross-check the provided details before submitting the application.
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PayPal Off Campus hiring – Frequently Asked Questions
How to apply for PayPal recruitment?
You can apply to the PayPal off campus drive, by following the ‘Apply Link’ button provided above.
Which year pass out students can apply for PayPal Careers?
At the beginning, we have clearly mentioned the eligible batch. Please make sure to check them before going ahead.
Is the Salary mentioned accurately?
The salaries in all the job openings are mentioned per the users’ reports on Glassdoor and Ambition Box. So, sometimes, it might be accurate or not. In short, it’s just the predicted salary based on the role.
Will PayPal send any mails after applying?
Sometimes, PayPal sends the application successful mail after applying; sometimes, you may not get it. As companies hire through various partners, it depends on them.
What is the PayPal careers selection process?
In general, the selection process is almost same all the jobs i.e. Test, Technical & Interview Rounds.
Does the oflatest provide PayPal off campus alerts?
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