AI Developer

WHAT DOES THE INTERNSHIP INCLUDE:

  • Programming AI - Building a self driving robot

  • Service management 

  • Robot Management

  • Software Implementation and Development

  • develop the artificial intelligence software and applications for business use

WHAT WE OFFER YOU:

  • The internship is 100 euro per month; moreover, we are a registered Erasmus+ organisation, and all interns in Europe can apply for the Erasmus Funding through their university.

  • An exciting environment to express your passion and talents, develop your skills.

  • An opportunity to contribute to a start-up company, grow personally and professionally.

  • You will be crucial in the expansion of our products.

  • A unique opportunity to learn from us and shape the next steps for growth in our organisation.

 

CONDITIONS:

  • Willing to work with the organisation after internship (Long term Contract 1-2 years)

  • EU Citizen(Preference), Ukrainian (or Internationals who can work legally in the netherlands)

  • Bachelor's degree is a must (Minimum qualification)

  • All communication is done in English, knowledge of Dutch, German, French, or Chinese is an advantage.

  • Full-time work 40 hours a week

  • Driving ambition to live and build a life in the Netherlands.

  • Eligible for Erasmus+ Traineeship

  • Full stack developer is a plus 

 

 

INTERNSHIP EXPECTATIONS:

Knowledge of: 

  • Docker

  • HTML/CSS/JavScript

  • Python

  • Linux

  • Technology used:

  • Gstreamer

  • Balena

  • Zerotier / Wireguard

  • I2C

  • Raspberry Pi

  • Nvidia Jetson

  • Pytorch

Compensation: Financial compensation 100 euros/month Link: https://ofoundation.nl/web-developer/

Years of Experience required: 

No


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