At Flox, we develop AI and autonomous UAV systems to repel wild animals from cultivated fields and infrastructure. www.floxrobotics.com
Internship position for master student expert in wildlife conservation (human-animal conflicts)
Are you an ambitious mind interested in wildlife conservation? Do you want to apply your knowledge and experience to solve a real problem? Do you want to be part of a promising startup dealing with human-animal conflicts in an innovative and environmental-friendly way?
We are a tiny start-up with giant ambitions looking for one or more interns with experience in wildlife management and conservation. Your role will be to provide useful knowledge about wild animals behaviours and hints on how to tailor our solutions accordingly.
We target mainly wild boars and deers which cause the most damage to cultivated fields world-wide, but also wolves, foxes and birds.
What you get
You will work in direct contact with our team to find the best possible solutions to solve the problems caused by wild animals in agriculture. More specifically, you will get access to our data and insights and enlarge your knowledge about wild animals causing damages to crops. You will be working right alongside our growth-oriented team and will have the opportunity to learn about this problem and see with your eyes its effects on crops.
We provide guidance and support, as well as a unique work experience where you will balance operational and strategic work.
The internship is unpaid, but for the right candidate, there are opportunities for employment after the internship.
At Flox, we develop AI and autonomous UAV systems to repel wild animals from cultivated fields and infrastructure. www.floxrobotics.com We are part of the KTH Innovation Pre-incubator Program where you will have access to office space, community activities, business development coach and support.
Who you are
- You are interested in the human-wildlife conflict and effects of new technologies on animal behavior
- You are curios and motivated to take on new challenges Good command of written and spoken English.
If you are interested
Drop us an email with your CV and a short cover letter (max 1 page). We will get back to you within 3-5 days from receiving your application. You can apply by emailing your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by using "Wildlife conservation Intern" as the email subject. We are reviewing applications on a continuous basis, so apply today!