Reflow aims to be a leading player in 3D print filament market, a rapidly growing market, in countries like the Netherlands, India and the US, and become the first truly global socially responsible filament brand. Today we have production set up in Delhi, India and are setting up of production in Amsterdam. We are currently 7 team members, and we’re looking to grow our international team with an engineering intern in Amsterdam.

Our ideal candidate loves technology, is socially driven (we’re a social enterprise after all), and can help our CTO get our technology producing filament in Amsterdam. To do this, we need a mechanical, electronics and/or mechatronics engineering student or recent graduate who loves to build, run and perfect machines. Someone who above all is bright, a good listener and a maker to his/her core.

What will you do?

You'll work with us 4 to 5 days a week for 3 to 6 months. The roles and responsibilities for Engineering Interns at Reflow are very diverse and may include the following.

  • Building and running the extruder in the workshop in Amsterdam
  • Challenging engineering and design projects, including research and development of low-cost plastic shredder, cleaner, dryer, and others in collaboration with the Reflow CTO
  • Implement a rigorous quality process in the workshop in Amsterdam
  • Programming in Arduino IDE and bug solving
  • Identifying and recommending technology changes.
  • Regular communication with the production facility in Delhi, India.

What are we looking for?

  • A builder at heart
  • Driven by social values
  • Socially aware, friendly and communicative
  • A great technician
  • Creative
  • Love of technology
  • Willingness to listen, learn and teach

We are not in a position to provide work visas for our interns, so our search is limited to EU nationals, students with a Dutch residence permit (VVR) for study purposes, or students who are part of an EU action programme, such as Erasmus.

What can you expect?

You will be working in an exciting and growing social enterprise. You’ll have the responsibility and opportunity to work on our technology in the Dutch market, of which the extruder is the core part. No two days will be the same!

Some of the perks

  • Challenging technical and hands-on puzzles
  • Paid internship at a funded start-up
  • Work in an expanding, international team build on trust, openness, and fun
  • Enterprising position with meaningful work

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Contact: Lyndsey Lewis