An internship opportunity has arisen at Random International within the Creative Technologies team.
The successful applicant will be heavily involved in assisting and supporting the development and deployment of the technologies which enable and support the studio’s work in a lively and fast paced environment.
Candidates should be knowable about or have a strong interest in:
The use of technology in mixed media
Hardware and software systems
Computer systems on varying scales from embedded devices to large scale networks
Experience with the following tools, while not essential, would be useful:
Cadsoft EAGLE (or another PCB design package)
C# (or another structured programming language)
Solidworks (or another solid modelling/mechanical design package)
Building/prototyping electro-mechanical devices
A highly organised individual, the successful applicant should be able to quickly learn on the job and have excellent research skills. Working closely with the artists and the senior design team on internal and client facing projects, the successful applicant must demonstrate a hands-on attitude, meticulous attention to detail and good diagnostic / problem solving skills. An enthusiastic and dedicated approach to building the studio’s technological knowledge base and infrastructure is essential.
Pro actively working alone and as part of a team are key skills alongside excellent written and oral communication.
To apply, please send a CV, cover letter and work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org
Why work for us:
The studio responds to recent developments in cognitive science and new media by creating works that encourage an active relationship between people and their surrounding environments, making the viewers’ participation fundamental. Founded in 2005 by Stuart Wood, Florian Ortkrass and Hannes Koch, the studio is based in London and today includes a growing team of diverse and complementary talent.
Random International create artworks and installations that explore behaviour, reaction and intuition in relation to natural phenomena and the human form. Th e studio responds to recent developments in cognitive science and new media by creating works that encourage an active relationship between people and their surrounding environments, making the viewers’ participation fundamental.
Job type: Internship
Remote working possible: no
Level of experience required:
Salary/package: paid internship
This job is located in London , United Kingdom
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