Summer Internship: Engineering a Biodigester
Imagine a world where food waste from restaurants, cafeterias and kitchens is no longer a liability that requires a vast disposal infrastructure to handle, but instead is a valuable resource that can be converted into energy onsite. Now imagine that every kitchen in the world had a machine that can do this.
That’s what we’re out to create.
We are looking for creative engineers to help build a prototype of the Flux Omnivore, a small anaerobic digester that will turn food waste into renewable natural gas and fertilizer at the source where the waste is produced.
You will have the opportunity to get involved in an innovative cleantech startup at the ground floor. You will also be getting hands-on experience building a physical technology, while learning how to work with various materials and tools.
Get a jumpstart on your career and help to really change the world.
- Current student pursuing a degree in engineering (mechanical, civil, electrical, control, material, mechatronic, sustainable or similar field)
- Demonstrates a passion for sustainable technology
- Some hands-on experience with metal working, heat exchangers, plumbing or HVAC preferred
- Demonstrates an ability to think outside the box
- Analytical problem solver who pays close attention to details
- Hard working, tenacious, risk taker
- Willing to work evenings and weekends if necessary
- Gain experience working with a cleantech start-up
- Gain experience working on a multi-disciplinary engineering project
- Compensation with equity depending on level of contribution to IP development
- Opportunities for full-time positions with equity starting in the fall (must be willing to relocated to California)
Please submit cover letter (no more than 250 words) and resume to email@example.com.
Please note, this is an unpaid internship and hours may not be conventional. Part-time or full-time positions depending on availability and demand. All participants must sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement.