Robotics Systems Engineer Intern
|Workplace||Zürich, Zurich region, Switzerland|
100%, Zurich, fixed-termAt Sevensense we push the frontiers of mobile robotics. Our mission is to build the eyes and brain for the robots of the future! Equipped with our technology, mobile machines can autonomously navigate in dynamic and crowded environments. Thus, we enable new robotic applications in places such as airports, supermarkets, warehouses and train stations.
We are seeking a highly motivated intern to join our Robotic Systems Team (100%, 9 months) and contribute to testing and integrating our core technology into machines, transforming them into robust and reliable smart robots that solve real-world tasks. As a member of a small and versatile team, you will develop and execute tests of our tech stack on various robotic platforms, help improve our test automation framework, and support the integration of our products in custom applications. The ideal candidate should demonstrate teamwork, initiative, a high degree of autonomy and have a strong desire for solving exciting and challenging problems.
Curious? So are we.If you are enthusiastic about bringing Sevensense to the next level, curious about the opportunity and want to be part of our fast-growing startup, apply via our platform now. We are interested in intellectually curious and highly motivated candidates so please reach out to us if you have questions or feel unsure about some requirements.
Equality of opportunity is exceptionally important to us. We attract and retain the best-qualified individuals available regardless of their personal or social background.
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