Danielle Golinski, associate director of corporate and employer relations for Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences, visited Alarm.com’s office to catch up with five Elon Alumni.
Interested in a career in software engineering? Alarm.com is looking for computer science majors ready to make an immediate impact. Alarm.com is the leading cloud-based platform for home and business security. Today, over 7.6 million homes and businesses use Alarm.com’s solutions to run their property safer and more efficiently.
Recently, Danielle Golinski, associate director of corporate and employer relations for Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences, met up with five Elon alumni from the Tyson’s Corner office. The alumni raved about Alarm.com. They noted that while the home security industry might not be super glamorous, they all love their jobs, the company culture, and the uniqueness of their office spaces. Overall, these alumni are very happy with Alarm.com and are making a push to bring more Elon graduates onto the team.
At Alarm.com, incoming software engineers will be exposed to a variety of technologies including smart home automation, wireless communication, video monitoring and analysis, mobile app development, and backend application development. Engineers are responsible for innovating new software features as well as analyzing and updating existing features.
Incoming software developers at Alarm.com don’t need extensive work experience but should be prepared to illustrate their strong passion for technology and software development. Those interested in the role should also be prepared for the HackerRank assessment, a test given to candidates to gauge technical skills.
The future is bright at Alarm.com, as last year, they were named to Fortune Magazine’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in 2021. They are now developing AI technology, facial recognition software, energy analytics software and more. Alarm.com recently expanded its research and development division — a large investment into its future and a commitment to continue to produce industry-leading technology.
Keep an eye out for Alarm.com this coming spring semester as they are hoping to connect with students for their active roles through in-person and virtual engagement. Beyond software engineering, they are also interested in connecting with students interested in sales, product management, talent acquisition or their management development program.