Dashmote is an AI technology scale-up headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. With the goal of bridging the gap between images and data, we are working to bring AI-based solutions to marketers at clients like Heineken, Unilever, Philips, L’Oreal, and Coca-Cola. We add value in areas such as Location Analysis, Trends Analysis, and Marketing Intelligence. Today, our company has offices in Amsterdam, Shanghai, Vienna, and New York. Over the past few years, our teams have solved a wide variety of cases, such as analyzing beer drinking and hairstyle trends by utilizing our Visual Recognition Tools, as well as identifying prospective leads by generating intelligence dashboards derived from Visual Content Analysis.
Does building web apps sound exciting to you? Do you want to make a huge impact on our scaling team and key clients by creating our very first in-house built product categorisation app? We are currently on a mission to unveil in-depth insights about clients’ products to further accelerate their sales performance.
As our first Front-end Development intern, you will play a key role in creating the Dashmote Wiki - an internal app which helps our Project Managers and clients to manipulate and visualize data of food and beverages products based on different categories: brand, country, and source of data. Overall, your role would entail 90% front-end and 10% back-end tasks.
These are your typical responsibilities on a day-to-day basis:
Work closely together with the PM and Data Science team to gather as much input as possible and make their app dreams come true
Translate requirements and mockups to build a fully functioning app based on different product categories
Create an API to add a new brand into the Wiki Dashmote while continuously improve current functionalities of the app
Deliver clear and comprehensive data visualization which conveys insights about our product categorisation
Bachelor/Master degree in a quantitative field (Computer science, Informatics, or Software Engineering)
Experience working with Python and Django
Preferably some starting internship/work experience in front-end development
Fluency in English, speaking and writing
What's in it for you?