Start your career with an internship at greenTEG: Join our production team

To strengthen the production team greenTEG is looking for an intern with a background in engineering or material science. As part of the production team you will:

  • Get familiar with greenTEG’s laboratories including specific safety trainings necessary to work in the laboratories and the clean room.
  •  Learn the process steps for the fabrication of the thermoelectric generators/heat flux sensors.
  • Fabricate the thermoelectric generators and continuously improve these process steps with respect to yield and process time.
  • Characterize the fabricated devices.
  • Control the quality of the fabricated devices.
  • Design (2D and 3D) and fabricate necessary parts/work pieces that help to improve the fabrication process.

Required

You are student and looking for an industrial internship in an entrepreneurial atmosphere for the minimum duration of 6 months or more, starting in Q4 2017. Patience, persistence, precision and enjoying working with technical equipment in the laboratory are desired personal qualities for the experimental tasks at our production site. You are motivated, able to learn fast, and you have good communication skills.

Welcome to our team! We offer a collegial and thriving work environment in Zurich. A motivated, dynamic, diverse and tech oriented team is looking forward to welcoming you. Interested? – Join us! Send your application – Cover letter and CV – to career@greenTEG.com

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