You work in the Mechatronics Team, consisting of approximately 10 experts in various fields: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Mechatronics.
This team is responsible for the hardware and firmware of the “Robin,” an Autonomous Sorting Robot, and all the infrastructure surrounding it.
The office is located in Delft, next to Ikea, making it easily accessible by public transportation. Easy accessibility also goes for our testing location in the northern part of Delft.
As a working student at Prime Vision, you will be working on your own project. There may be occasions when we ask you to assist a colleague, but you will primarily be responsible for your own tasks. This requires a certain level of autonomy, but it also provides you with opportunities for self-development.
Examples of assignments include:
- Test setup for validating an optical floor sensor.
- Hardware for remotely turning the robots on/off.
- Power Distribution PCB.
- 360-degree object detection solution using Time-of-Flight sensors.
- Custom velocity sensor.
- Positioning of a package using multiple load cells.
- Real-time accurate weight measurement of a package on a moving robot.
- Precise battery life estimation.
These assignments allow you to gain hands-on experience and to contribute to the development of cutting-edge technologies in the field.
What we offer
You can work when it suits you best, making it ideal to combine with your studies. We offer you a flexible part-time job in an informal yet professional work environment, with plenty of room for personal development.
- All-in hourly rate of €14.50 (bachelor’s) or €16.50 (master’s) depending on your level of education.
- Possibility to develop yourself within an experienced team.
- A company laptop.
- Benefits such as snacks and daily excellent coffee in our cozy Grand Café.
- Weekly drinks on Thursday and Friday afternoons.
- Personal training sessions in our company gym.
- The opportunity to work flexible hours.
To keep your projects going, you will be working several days a week (up to 40 hours) during the upcoming summer. From September onwards, you can work at least one day a week, with a preference for two or more days. These days can be flexibly scheduled, for example, in 2×8, 3×4, or 4×4-hour shifts.
As a working student, you bring experience and some skills that we are looking for:
- PCB Design (experience with Altium is a plus)
- PLC / Control cabinet design (AutoCad / Eplan)
- Embedded Software development in C
- Scripting with Python
- 3D printing
Furthermore, we expect you to be driven to develop yourself within your current interests and perhaps even beyond.
Convinced this job fits you?
If you are interested, you can contact us by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org