Intern / Working Student Industrial Designer (f/m/d)

Intern / Student, Part-time · Munich

About us
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It is sometimes hectic, very exciting, and always fun! Every day, you will find yourself facing different challenges, learning new things, working on cutting-edge technology, and building cool, high tech products.
Are you excited to build things that matter within an organization that’s pushing the boundaries of 3D mapping and computer vision? We have some of the world's leading experts in computer vision, image processing, and 3D mapping, and we work side by side with academia to advance these fields. Join the team that’s making it all happen.
At the end of the day, you’ll have a great sense of accomplishment, having contributed to building something completely innovative at the frontier of today's technology.


  • Take the chance to build & influence the performance of our high tech products instead of “only” running analyses or of doing “plain” software development
  • Use top notch IT equipment, including Bose headphones
  • Work closely with passionate, international & highly talented colleagues in a casual environment with flexible working hours
  • Find us in the heart of Munich, close to Stiglmaierplatz with great cafes, shops and subway around
  • Join your NavVis colleagues and continuously grow your biz/tech skills with courses from our internal “NavVis University” which brings you topics from expert internal & external trainers
  • Strong teams are built on strong bonds. Join us for bi-monthly BrownBag lunches, regular team-building activities, self-organized employee activities (sky is the limit on these!) and annual team off-sites
  • Take care of your well-being at work and enjoy our fully stocked kitchen with an original Italian coffee machine & all kinds of cereals and fruits
At NavVis we know about the importance of design and good engineering. As a major innovator in the field of scanning and indoor navigation, we are constantly improving our hardware. NavVis builds the most advanced indoor mapping device in the world and we are looking for talented people to make it even better.
You have good technical understanding and passion for design. You love to work user-centered and design perfectly elaborated products. Are you experienced in 3D modeling and love to engineer technical products in an interdisciplinary team of designers, engineers, and robotic specialists? Do you feel confident with up to date production techniques but you are not afraid to work hands-on and build prototypes? In this role, you will support our Designers and Engineers to develop new products and accompany the entire iterative product development process.
You will work on:
  • Product development projects from scratch
  • Developing user centered product concepts
  • CAD modeling and creation of technical drawings
  • Building low and high level prototypes
  • Supporting our assembly team
You have:
  • At least 5 semesters of studies in industrial or product design 
  • Good understanding and comprehension for complex problems
  • Good communication and problem solving skills
  • Strong sense of aesthetic
  • Fun working in a start-up where people and working atmosphere matter
You are:
  • Detail oriented but at the same time able to see a bigger picture of the projects
  • Structured and self-managed way of working
  • Able to work about 16 hours per week or more
We will be thrilled if you have:
  • Experience working in Industrial Design 
  • Passion for our technology!
Please, send us your portfolio as a pdf or web link along with your application documents!

Your application

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