College Internship Intern, Experience Design Infrastructure
Are you motivated to change an industry? Do you love to work with smart people on complex problems? Are you a student of human-centered design, HCI, interaction design, or infrastructure engineering who is fluent with technology and loves to play with data? If you answered yes to these questions, come work with us to rethink how civil infrastructure engineers approach the design and development of humanitarian settlements.
Data indicates that the average lifespan of a refugee camp is between 17 and 26 years with such settlements developing gradually, and usually organically, from an emergency settlement into what is fundamentally a new town. While this reality has shaped policy around the importance of avoiding the creation of camps wherever possible, in some situations, there is simply no alternative to the establishment of a camp (or camp-like settlement). As such, camp-like settlements remain, and will continue to be, an important feature of the humanitarian response landscape.
This project is an initial proof of concept into providing value to humanitarian efforts that Autodesk supports by exploring how settlement planners design and optimize settlement layouts for displaced refugees.
How to ApplyClick this link: https://autodesk.taleo.net/careersection/adsk_cmp/jobdetail.ftl?job=20WD38575&tz=GMT-08%3A00&tzname=America%2FLos_Angeles&fbclid=IwAR0wjSs65qJgMZWSoQlHU-0y5k2jaRkdVwjudL5mN-4MKrMiAgg-ZFdXs9A. Click Apply Online.
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