Atomic Object Software Consultant and Developer
Atomic is growing a diverse and inclusive team of curious, creative people who love creating great software for our clients.
We're looking for thoughtful problem solvers who are passionate about development.
Accelerator vs. Internship Positions
Our Accelerator Program is designed for new developers joining us after college. The Accelerator is a two-year professional development program designed for software developers beginning their careers. Hiring for the Accelerator typically begins in early fall at the start of academic school years, with job offers targeting start dates the following calendar year (after graduation).
Internships are designed for Computer Science students planning to pursue a career in software development. Internships are generally offered for the summer but are sometimes available during spring or fall terms. Hiring for internships generally follows the same schedule as the Accelerator.
Atomic Accelerators and Interns work on self-managed teams of 2-10 developers. They collaborate alongside our designers, delivery leads, and testers to create products for our clients, from the idea phase through launch and beyond. Teams are project-based, so you'll get to work with new people and tackle new challenges approximately every 6-12 months.
As a software developer at Atomic, most of your time will be spent writing code alongside other Atoms. But your role isn’t limited to technical responsibilities. Atomic promises clients a great experience and a great product. Software developers deliver on that promise by being kind, curious, positive individuals who provide excellent high-level technical advice to a diverse set of clients.
Applicants should be working toward graduating with a Computer Science or related Bachelor's degree, recently graduated with a Computer Science degree, or a graduate of a non-C.S. program who has completed a coding bootcamp with the intention to transition to a career in software development.
We do not typically offer internships or other paid work opportunities for students in K-12. However, Washtenaw County high school students may be interested in applying for our Baker & Cook Fellowship.
Applicants must be willing and able to work in person from one of our offices in Ann Arbor, MI, or Grand Rapids, MI.
Since 2001, Atomic Object has created custom software products for web, mobile, desktop, and internet-connected devices. We were founded on the belief that not all software is created equal. Many people can write code, but it takes a close-knit team of passionate people to create exceptional, innovative products that change the way people do business.
We’re an employee-owned company and a certified B Corporation with 90+ Atoms based in our Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Chicago, and Raleigh offices. With over 20 years of experience delivering custom software, we offer far more job stability than your average tech startup. Yet our distributed small offices and flat org structure provide a close-knit, personable workplace with no corporate ladder to climb.
If you're a hard-working, curious, thoughtful person who wants to create great software products, please fill out this application.
Atomic Object has a strategic goal to strengthen our company and the broader tech industry by increasing our employee diversity, pushing for and enacting more equitable and antiracist policies and practices. We continue to work hard to make our interview and hiring process inclusive and equitable. We welcome any feedback from candidates to this end and encourage all interested candidates to apply for our positions regardless of perceived qualifications.