Software AG, one of our industry partners, informs us about an entry-level position in the domain of open source governance and compliance, including commercial licensing and technology alliances. As always, feel free to apply directly or request an introduction and recommendation through Prof. Riehle.
AVL DiTest schreibt uns resp. unseren Studenten und Studentinnen:
Im Rahmen des AMOS Projekts sind in unserem Unternehmen einige interessante Projekte entstanden. Wir suchen nun engagierte Studenten, welche uns bei der Weiterentwicklung unterstützen und diese vorantreiben. Daneben gibt es natürlich noch genug andere spannende Themen bei uns.
Einen kleinen Einblick gibt es auf unserer GitHub Seite unter https://github.com/AVL-DiTEST-DiagDev
Sivantos (former Siemens audiology) is looking for a Werkstudent to continue the AMOS SS17 project, in which it developed software for a Raspberry Pi as a user agent for testing hearing aids. Please see Sivantos career opportunities at Werkstudent (m/w) im Bereich Softwareentwicklung / Single Board Computer / Raspberry Pi (486).
Die SUSE Linux GmbH lädt Studierende ein, sie kennenzulernen. Aus der Email, gerichtet an Studierende:
Wir möchten euch heute auf unseren Praxistag am kommenden Mittwoch (08.03.2017) aufmerksam machen.
Wir haben folgenden Tagesablauf für euch vorbereitet:
10:00 – 10:30 Uhr – Begrüßung & Vorstellung der SUSE Linux GmbH
10:30 – 11:00 Uhr – Vorstellungsrunde Studenten
11:00 – 12:00 Uhr – Stand-up, Rundgang Büroräume
12:00 – 13:00 Uhr – Gemeinsames Mittagessen
13:00 – 14:00 Uhr – Jeopardy Quiz
14:00 – 15:00 Uhr – Karriere bei SUSE: Mitarbeiter und ehemalige Studenten erzählen von ihrer Laufbahn
15:00 – 15:30 Uhr – Bewerbungsprozess bei SUSE, Fragerunde mit der Personalabteilung
Falls Ihr an unserem Praxistag teilnehmen möchtet, meldet euch bitte bis 07.03. per E-Mail bei Christian Bruckmayer (firstname.lastname@example.org) an.
As a human being, as a professional, and more recently as a professor, I’m happy to help people find jobs (time permitting). In fact, as a professor we have tagged HR professionals in our CRM database so that we can reach out easily to them. Still, introductions for job interviews require preparation on the side of the job seeker. There are a couple of things to consider.
The most common mistake that job seekers make is to ask me: Help me find a job in software engineering or product management or something else. Even if accompanied by a resume, what am I supposed to make of this? Pass on the resume to every company in the world?
The job of job seeking starts with the job seeker. They must find out where they want to go.
If they can’t, they should at least determine some companies of interest to them and provide them to me so that I can decide whether I can actually be of help.
A Google recruiter wrote to us, see email below. They are hiring for internships. If you took a course with us (with good outcome ;-)) we may be able to help you get a foot in the door. For this, please talk to Prof. Riehle before applying.
Google is hiring: We are currently accepting applications for our 2017 Engineering Internships. These are full-time paid positions that take place all year round with a minimum duration of 3 months.
We are also delighted to offer the Summer Trainee Engineering Program (STEP) again this year, which is targeted at 1st and 2nd year Bachelor students and takes place during 12 weeks in the summer.
Who can apply: BS/MS/PhD students in Computer Science or a related technical field. You must be returning to university afterwards.
Where can you intern: We have interns in 10 different offices across Europe, including Zurich, Paris, Warsaw, Dublin and London.
How to apply: Please apply online at www.google.com/jobs/students. The keywords you’ll want to search for are “Software Engineering Intern” and “Software Engineering/Site Reliability Engineering Intern”.
What else do we offer?
Check out our scholarship opportunities:
Hope to hear from you soon!
Our fellow co-teachers at Methodpark in collaboration with the OpenBIT Foundation are holding an unconference on Nov 18-20 about software engineering. Find more information at https://openbit.eu/unkonferenzen/swe-camp2016/.
One of our industry partners, the Deutsche Bahn AG, will be hosting (but not organizing) the Future Mobility Days 2017 in their company museum in Nuremberg on February 10-11, 2017. The event will have a barcamp and a hackathon!
We also would like to point to Deutsche Bahn’s commendable foray into open data at http://data.deutschebahn.com/, its open data portal. Check out the data sets and if you can, join one of their regular hackathons.
Senacor, a Nuremberg-based consultancy and industry partner of one 2016 AMOS project, is offering a student job in a project on programming smart contracts using Ethereum, see the flyer. If interested, please contact Senacor directly. If you are a student of ours would like a favorable introduction, please go through Prof. Riehle.
Virtual Berufsoberschule Bayern (VIBOS) writes to us to let us know about the following job opening:
- Programmer (local PDF copy, in German)
Please get in touch directly with the institution.
If we know you personally, you can request a referral through Prof. Riehle. If you are looking more broadly for a job, please use this form so that we can introduce you to the companies you are interested in (more on our industry partners page).