Engineer Software development - Internship (F/M)
Intern will be part of a team working on the development and integration of Interior products like smartphone based access system and TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system). Main tasks will be: integration of SW libraries into application SW, definition and implementation of product functionalities, integration and test into prototypes.
Student in software development, you are looking for a 6-month internship. You have a first experience in SW development, ideally in embedded SW. Matlab, C, C++, Python.
Fluent in French, good level in written and spoken English.
*6 reasons to join us*
#1 Our colleagues, our leaders : We are looking for colleagues able to show creativity, capable of thinking out of the box and having the ambition to build the mobility of the future.
#2 Challenges : our leitmotiv ! Our ambition : to create tomorrow’s technologies and solutions around the mobility of the future.
#3 Innovation at the heart of our priorities, a part of our DNA.
#4 We combine work, fun and team spirit. Here, work and fun are not incompatible!
#5 A lot of career paths in France or abroad. You join a Group without borders where there are many opportunities.
#6 We are flex, we promote a flexible work environment for the well-being of our employees
Continental nurtures the Diversity & Inclusion of its collaborators from their integration throughout their whole career development.
In that respect, all of our positions are opened to people with disabilities
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Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2020, Continental generated sales of €37.7 billion and currently employs around 193,000 people in 58 countries and markets. In 2021, the company celebrates its 150th anniversary.