Are you an engineering student with a knack for communication? Do you find writing about technology as fascinating as engineering itself? If so, we invite you to join Sensitivus and embark on a journey into the dynamic realm of e-bikes and sensor technology. As a student assistant, you’ll have the chance to gain valuable insights while getting one step closer to your “real” job.
Sensitivus Gauge, established in 2015, is at the forefront of developing cutting-edge sensor technologies tailored for e-bikes and other electric vehicles. Our expertise lies in crafting integrated solutions like torque sensors, brake sensors, and power meters. With years of experience in bike sensor innovation and a robust network within the cycling industry, we are driving the future of e-bikes.
- Craft and edit technical content for the web, catering primarily to engineers and product managers.
- Collaborate on creating illustrations and visuals to explain our innovative sensor technology (no artistic skills required, but the ability to coordinate design work is a plus).
- Assist our CEO with various marketing-related tasks to promote our sensor solutions.
What You’ll Gain
Working alongside experienced mechanical and software engineers, you’ll gain hands-on knowledge in the rapidly growing field of sensor technology, specifically within the e-bike market. While a passion for cycling is not mandatory, it will certainly enhance your experience.
If you love to write, possess a positive attitude and are adept at getting things done, you’re exactly who we’re looking for. We value technical aptitude paired with a creative mind. Any experience with social media, video production, photography, or SEO is an advantage. Be sure to highlight these skills in your application.
Our office is located in the SYMBION office park on Østerbro, offering perks such as a lunch buffet, gourmet coffee, fitness facilities, and Friday bars. As a startup, we can be flexible on various parameters as long as we collectively stay focused on delivering results. Proficiency in English is a must, with Danish as a bonus.
How to Apply
To apply, simply send us your CV and a brief note explaining why you’d excel in this role. If you have any relevant online writing samples, please share them. There’s no set deadline for applications, as we continuously review submissions.
For inquiries or further information, please contact Yiping at email@example.com or call +45 5041 2886.