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Job Vacancies > Nokia - Interns

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CALLING ALL GIS / MAP DESIGN / CARTOGRAPHY STUDENTS

Come and spend a few months at our international Nokia offices in Berlin as a Map Design Student Intern! You will gain valuable experience in map product design while working collaboratively with our product managers, user interface designers and software development teams.

You will also help to research both new and existing map data sources. You will apply your map design skills to help develop the next generation of Nokia Ovi Maps products on various platforms- mobile, desktop and web. e.g. maps.ovi.com

Success demands visionary thinking, a passion for quality and the ability to learn quickly.

The internships are based in Berlin, Germany. NO KNOWLEDGE OF GERMAN REQUIRED!

REQUIREMENTS:
  • MUST be currently studying: GIS, Map Design, Cartography or related field
  • MUST have experience using Illustrator, Photoshop and multiple GIS/mapping packages
  • MUST have drive for excellence and ability to work independently, with little supervision
  • SHOULD HAVE some experience in digital mapping and map/graphic design preferably for mobile devices or web applications
  • SHOULD HAVE an understanding of and passion for the personal navigation device and web mapping markets
Please email your CV to: Joe Leigh (Nokia Product Management)

PLEASE NOTE: ONLY SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

Posted: 21st April 2011
Closing Date: tbc

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