Electrical Engineering Internship / Robotics
|Workplace||Zürich, Zurich region, Switzerland|
100%, Zurich, fixed-termANYbotics transforms industrial plants in the energy, process and utility sector by introducing robotics to a wide range of novel applications that so far were beyond reach. Our customers are large asset operators and industrial service providers pioneering the use of robotics technology for inspection and maintenance.
ANYbotics is a fast-growing tech company dedicated to shaping the future of mobile robotics across multiple industries. Join our highly talented and motivated team of more than 90 people and work on cutting-edge robot technology.
We develop numerous customized hardware systems, including the entire robotic platform, actuators, sensors, inspection payloads, charging systems, and all related ANYbotics electrical hardware.
Job descriptionWe are looking for a 6-months intern to join our development team as of August 2022. In this internship, you will work within the electrical engineering team on our cutting-edge robot developments, which offers you the possibility to experience and contribute to various development and production aspects of our systems.
We offerWe offer you a very exciting and dynamic work environment, the opportunity to become part of a fast-growing company and an ambitious team that is on a mission to change the industrial inspection market, a chance to leverage your experience and bring in your own ideas, a fair market salary, an attractive employee stock ownership plan, and a job in the city of Zurich.
Curious? So are we.We look forward to receiving your online application through this link .
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