The Automation and Engineering department
In the Automation and Engineering department we design, build, program, test, and maintain technical systems in order to solve unique challenges within this new industry for our scientific R&D, upscaling, and production activities. We combine numerous disciplines in our team, ranging from mechanical engineering and manufacturing, through electronics and software development, to process and chemical engineering.
Within the software team specifically we develop the firmware for custom machines, the process flows for systems, the UI’s to make them user friendly and all of the libraries and ecosystems to make this happen.
What is the purpose of your role?
As a member of our Software Development team, you will play a crucial role in maintaining, applying, enhancing and extending our in-house developed generic GUI framework to meet the unique needs of various projects.
What are your key responsibilities?
Research and Familiarization: Thoroughly understand the current in-house development of the generic GUI by studying documentation, codebase, and engaging with the development team.
Integration and Application: Apply the in-house generic GUI to new projects, ensuring integration with existing systems and functionalities.
Enhancement and Extension: Discussing the needs of scientists and operators and independently identifying optimisation potential. Identifying areas where the generic GUI can be enhanced or extended to better accommodate project-specific requirements. Collaborate with the back-end development team to implement these improvements.
What else will you do?
Who are we looking for?
A hard working, motivated and detail-oriented software developing student preferably with a background in webpage and UX/GUI development for our GUI Development Internship position.
If you possess any experience in one or more of the following points, whether through academic coursework, internships, jobs or personal projects, consider it an additional asset and please highlight it in your application:
Please note that in the Netherlands, legally an internship has to be part of your studies, if this is not the case we will not be able to take you on. Currently it is not possible to arrange a visa for our interns, so please make sure your nationality or visa already allows you to study/work/do an internship in the Netherlands.
What can you expect from us?
You will join one of the world’s leading cell-based meat companies. You will be part of a young, diverse and energetic company that aspires to help change the global food system for the good – starting with beef. Furthermore, you get to gain experience and expertise on
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Head of Automation and Engineering
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