Backend Web Engineer Internship

Dallas, TX

Backend Web Engineer Internship

Fast Paced, Rich Experience


Veryable is looking for Spring, Summer and Fall interns to help our team continue to push our platform to new levels. We are planning on bringing on 1-2 interns per semester to contribute to our backend web development roadmap.

Working at Veryable will provide vast opportunities to learn: 

  • Best practices in backend web development, using current technologies. Work in a fast-paced, team environment, solving real world problems for manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and industrial business environments. (Node.js, PostgreSQL, Microservices, Kubernetes, Docker)

  • How to be a developer and not a programmer. Not just fixing bugs and writing code – contributing on multiple levels (feature building, testing and documentation, infrastructure, customer support) to the success of the platform.

  • Opportunity to work with a world-class team, and gain exposure to infrastructure scaling, DevOps, and test-driven development (TDD).

  • Build a foundation for becoming a well-rounded technical professional.


  • Should be a current student pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in a tech-related field (Computer Science, IT, or similar).

  • Should have worked previously on Web-side technologies (College projects are fine).

  • Basic knowledge of Javascript and Node.js. Typescript is a plus.

  • Able to work in-office at our headquarters in Downtown Dallas.

*** Please note that this is an unpaid internship opportunity. 

About Veryable

Our mission is to revitalize the manufacturing sector by allowing businesses to “variablize” labor costs in small increments and incur these costs in direct proportion to output. The goal is to unshackle businesses and allow them to scale while maintaining a lower and more constant cost structure. Our technology enables us to transform an antiquated and inefficient labor market – creating a real-time marketplace for labor that will provide more work opportunities and relieve the burden on producers, improving overall productivity and enabling organic growth.