The automotive industry is undergoing massive transformation a digital transformation. Software, connectivity and cloud-connected services are redefining the driving experience.
Here at Telenav, we’re proud and excited to be a part of this transformation. We started with in-car navigation and location-based services over a decade ago and are now enabling leading automotive companies like GM, Ford, Toyota and Mercedes to redefine the overall connected car digital experiences.
Our internship projects for students and graduates are designed to develop your programming and analytical skills by working with cutting edge technologies in a complex area of navigation systems.
We encourage the passion for automotive applications by providing you the opportunity to work with a passionate team of professionals.
You will develop testing tools, scripts to improve our navigation and mapping products.
Participate in all phases of development
Offer creative solutions to challenging issues
Maintain communication with other teams
Manage availability, latency, scalability and efficiency of the apps
Defining the test plan and testing area for automotive projects
Test case design, execution and reporting
Involvement in automated test case execution, debugging and creation
Experience with at least one of the following programming languages (Python, C++, Java)
Basic understanding of the OOP pillars
Knowledge of the algorithms and data structures
Basic knowledge with tools such as JMeter, Postman
Willing to learn new technologies
Paying attention to details
Strong team oriented
Technical or computer science background or a similar qualification
Good skills related to deadline management
Good communication skills (English) are required (both verbal and written)
Basic experience on mobile and web platforms
Latest technologies on automotive and mobile
Opportunity of a permanent full-time / part-time job at the end of the program
Being part of a successful and growing company
Opportunity to work with latest technologies on automotive and mobile