Does that sound familiar to you:
You are doing an internship that you were really excited about, but at the end of the day you are just responsible for coffee and copies? You don't get responsibility, just tasks, and are not actually involved in interesting projects.
Of course, you won’t be able to grow and perform in such an environment. You need responsibility and the opportunity to make an impact.
My name is Rafael Koch and I have been the Head of Customer Success at cioplenu for 2 years. We are a young and ambitious team and every day we are working on the question of how we can help our customers more through onboarding sessions, workshops and general education.
Our mission is simple: to lead the manufacturing and automotive industry into the digital era. In order to advance our mission, we are looking for:
Intern - Customer Solution Architect - (IT, Computer Engineering or Business Engineering student - m/f/d)
- Create integration solutions between the customers’ systems (ERP / MES) and cioplenu to get most out of our software
- Enable customers to build their own integrations to our software interface
- Create concepts and automatizations to accelerate and improve our internal processes
- Education/Degree: currently enrolled in bachelor or master in IT, computer engineering or business engineer
- Level: semester 4-5 (or higher)
- Former jobs: no experience needed as this is an internship
- Mindset: pro-active, self-managed, open-minded, solution-oriented, able to find new paths
- Skills: Python is a must; other programming skills are a plus
- Languages: German (native level) and English (professional level)
- Responsibility! You will learn but also have ownership for your own projects
- An internship in a fun, dynamic and visionary technology start-up
- Proven business model with strong growth and the opportunity to fundamentally change the way industrial companies work
- Working alongside ambitious and successful entrepreneurs
- Be part of a fast-growing company with an international outlook
- Flat hierarchies, short communication paths.