About Heimdall Power
The electrical grid is the largest man-made machine - It spans the globe, providing structure, balance, and life to our energy system. It is an essential infrastructure to enable a sustainable, green energy future. Heimdall Power is a young Norwegian technology company established in 2016. We develop low-cost, easy to install, self-powered sensors that provide input to advanced models and algorithms, providing capacity control and optimized energy distribution to utilities. Heimdall’s technology has the potential to increase the average capacity of the grid by more than 25 percent - a key to realizing the green shift. Heimdall Power is backed by established VCs and industrial partners. This is your chance to be part of an exciting journey towards a sustainable future.
We are hiring a team of summer interns to join our team in Oslo for the summer of 2021. You will be working closely with the rest of our excellent team in a fast-paced and young working environment. We are particularly looking for students in their 3rd or 4th year in informatics/computer science, data science, electric power engineering, computational sciences, industrial mechanics, physics, embedded programming, interaction design, and more. If you feel like you may be a good fit, reach out to us regardless of whether your background was mentioned. We are looking to fill several positions that require different skill sets, but some general guidelines are as follows.
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We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Heimdall Power is a young Norwegian technology company established in 2016. We offer a rapid transition to fully digitized grid assets through low-cost, easy to install, self-powered sensors that provide input to advanced models and algorithms.