Frist: 10. februar 2019 00:00
Arbeidssted: Konges Gate 30, Trondheim
Fagfelt: Electrical engineer
Kontakt: Winnie Poon, firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Are you an electrical power engineering student looking for practical experience?
We are looking for a committed electrical engineering student for a 25% internship position, with the possibility of a larger position and/or being a potential shareholder of the startup over time! Best if you have knowledge and/or experience in solar cells.
With us, you get to convert theory into practice by being part of an innovative solution! You will be assigned tasks in an informal and vibrant work environment. If you are interested in joining the team, we would like to hear from you!
You get to work on product development, including designing, wiring and testing of an innovative solar solution.
You are a master student in electrical power engineering, and are interested in solar energy. You are interested in sustainability in the building industry and can cope with a great deal of workload in a fast-paced environment.
We are looking for a hands-on person who is willing to get his/her hands dirty. We want you to take initiative and contribute to a good working environment. Therefore, you should be self-driven, highly motivated and can work under pressure. You are comfortable in pitching on stage to hundreds/thousands of audience – if needed.
An exciting journey with a steep learning curve, that gives you a good insight into how a growing green-tech startup operates and contributes to world’s sustainable built environment. We are mainly located at NTNU Accel in Trondheim, but will be having an additional office in Oslo – which means you may have the opportunities to travel between cities and take part in events, conferences and meetings.
In order for your application to be considered, we ask you to submit a CV, transcript and a motivation letter.
NårgeSol is a green-tech startup based at NTNU Accel in Trondheim, with a focus on designing and developing energy producing shades. We are part of EIT ClimateKIC – Europe’s largest public private partnership on climate innovations; and have been nominated by the Norwegian Climate Association as one of the five finalists for this year’s national award – Spir-prisen 2018.