Who are we?
We are CONCR3DE, a Dutch startup based in Rotterdam. We develop high end, large scale 3D printers for construction, the creative industry and the manufacturing industry.
With our unique technology we can 3D print a highly sustainable stone a very precise way, with total form freedom - for a price that 20x lower than other technologies.
We've got an exciting position available working on very large 3D printers for a customer in Switzerland. The internship offers you the opportunity to work on new technology directly applied in an industrial environment.
Who are we looking for?
We’re looking for 1 highly qualified new intern who will be involved in the further development refining of new inkjet 3D printers and their components. Your daily tasks will include working on:
PLC automation, integration of systems and programming in C++ and C#
You will work as a valued member in our software team and will be collaborating with several other international companies.
The internship might require some travel, from our office in Rotterdam to Switzerland, Germany or Belgium.
Affinity with 3D printing, inkjet technology, chemistry or some internship experience are a bonus.
What's in it for you?
You’ll work at a fast growing startup with a tight, international team. Our working language is English. We ask for a mentality that fits our culture: independent, flexible, a hard worker and great communicator.
We offer you lots of freedom and space for your own initiative. Of course we provide a monthly stipend and daily lunches at our office. Several of our previous interns have stayed with the company as engineers. Rotterdam is an exciting, accessible modern city with excellent nightlife, culture and architecture.
If you match this description we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Eric Geboers at [email protected] and we’ll set up a skype to get to know each other.
Please note that internship duration and starting date are negotiable, depending on your profile. Both summer internships and internships for the fall semester are possible.
For more information, please see www.concr3de.com