Architecture & Engineering intern - working on tiny house on wheels, greenhouse modules and outdoor toilets

Architecture and/or Urban and Regional Planning, Art and Design, Engineering and/or Technology
Slovenia
Koper
Period: 
1 Sep, 2020 to 24 Dec, 2020
Deadline: 
31 Jul, 2020

General information

Duration: 
4 months
Commitment: 
3-4 days per week
Description: 

Institute mOBILNO to go is a young private self-financing research and development organization from Koper, Slovenia. We are developing off-grid mobile living units, solar dry toilets, and automatic greenhouses. Our products are self-sufficient (off-grid) sustainable mobile units made of natural building materials with renewable energy technologies.

Job description:

  • research and development of new models (houzEKO tiny house on wheels www.houzeko.com & Foodular smart greenhouse modules www.foodular.eu)
  • finding partners
  • drawing plans
  • market research on similar product/services
  • other technical work 

 

Requirements:

  • CAD – 2D and 3D and Adobe Creative Suite skills
  • Strong design and presentation skills
  • Rendering
  • Hand drawing
  • Fluent in English and good writing. Knowing Slovenia is a plus but not necessary. English level: B2
  • Enthusiastic and friendly approach
  • Strong design and presentation skills.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely
  • Ability to work remotely, be positive, proactive and show initiative

 

How to apply:

Interested candidates should email us at [email protected] with the following supplements: CV & cover letter (all in PDF format). At the beginning of the mail, please write “Hello David” or else the application will be considered invalid. Candidates must have the right to work in Europe or possess the relevant work permit or VISA. Candidates must study in a university under the Erasmus+ program.

No agencies, please.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

No financial compensation

Compensation: 
No financial compensation
Years of Experience required: 
No