Deeplocal Hiring for the Summer
Carnegie Mellon alum and Deeplocal founder Nathan Martin has put out a call for people interested in helping them out this summer. There is so much going on at Deeplocal that even their interns are swamped! They’re looking to bring on some part-time help to work on some of the great projects happening at their space in Sharpsburg/Pittsburgh. You might be a student writing that thesis, in between jobs, or just planning on having a lazy summer, but if you have a few hours to spare each week, or only a short sprint of a week or a month, this may be the perfect gig for you and they want to hear from you. There are also full-time job postings if interested.
Deeplocal is seeking part-time summer help in the following areas:
Integration engineers have an understanding of electronics, mechanics, and software. Often they may excel in one but not all areas. Integration engineers may have degrees in MechE, CS, EE, or another related discipline. Pay Range: $25-$60/hr
Fabricators at Deeplocal specialize in making and should excel in one or more areas such as carpentry and furniture design/build, architecture, or industrial design. Pay Range: $15-$30/hr
Part-time help will need to be able to commit to at least 8 hours per week and ideally more. Schedules will need to be approved by managers. Full-time opportunities are also available after the summer. Please check our job board for full-time listings.
To apply, please reply online: https://deeplocal.jazz.co/
Portfolio of work is highly desirable.
Deeplocal is an internationally-recognized and awarded, creative studio based in Pittsburgh, PA that design and builds experiences for some of the world’s leading brands including Google, Spotify, and Netflix. Their team of 50+ includes experts in marketing, engineering, design, and fabrication who collaborate to develop never-seen-before physical experiences for brand clients. Their combined open office and fabrication studio includes more than 25,000 square feet of space in a renovated historic brewery on the rivers of Pittsburgh.