Industrial Design Intern

ProGlove Workaround GmbH Published: August 29, 2017
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ProGlove is a smart glove that enhances the most important tool of professionals: their hands. Enabling manufacturing and logistics sta? to work faster, safer and easier.
We build prototypes that get better with every iteration. We only do things we think that matter. We grow and learn by our tasks. We celebrate each other.
We are looking for future colleagues with the rare mix of drive, intelligence and madness to make every professional glove in the world smart. Play a direct role in advancing the course of wearables.

OUR COMPANY: ProGlove is a Munich based industrial wearable company by former automotive and IDEO employees. Founded in 2014, ProGlove won out of the 400 participants in the global INTEL Make it Wearable Challenge 2014. Supported by INTEL and a Silicon Valley VC, we work on the integration of ProGlove with fortune 500 customers and hidden champions in automotive, aviation and logistics. Join us, be part of ProGlove and responsible for the next industrial revolution.

MINDSET We are looking for a full time industrial design intern (m/f) as a part of our mechanics and wearable team who is driven by human centered solutions and enthusiastic about prototyping his or her ideas. Our product development process is design driven and we seek for fast iteration in prototypes to find the best solution from all perspectives (end user, engineering, manufacturing and cost) that will then be used by customers.

» Research, ideate and prototype ideas for requirements in the mechanical, textile or production tooling design of ProGlove » Define and run tests to proof your changes before they go into the final product

BASIC QUALIFICATION Work experience during an apprenticeship, strong hobby or similar and current enrollment in studies or equivalent skill set that touches some of the following fields
» Advanced craft prototyping skills with plastic, metal or textiles » Proven practice with 3D printers, laser cutters and other workshop tools » CAD skills with Solidworks, Rhino, Creo or similar » Knowledge about mechanical tooling and manufacturing processes » Expertise in the development and integration of electro-mechanical components, such as display assemblies, batteries, and antenna are a plus » Business fluent in German or English

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