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Asked by thumarrushik 5 years ago
Klutz, publisher of Juggling for the Complete Klutz and other cool books, is looking for a summer intern with tech skills, creativity, and a fearless attitude toward taking stuff apart and making interesting art and toys. Job Summary This intern will learn the ins and outs of the publishing world according to Klutz while helping develop books and kits. Responsibilities â¢ Assist in creating and testing tech-oriented books and kits. â¢ Assist book editors with daily tasks including changes to brainstorming, creating handmade mock-ups, and assisting at photo shoots. â¢ Test toys and book ideas. â¢ Test toys and books with children. â¢ Run errands. â¢ Assist other groups as needed. Qualifications â¢ Creativity, motivation, and the ability to learn quickly. â¢ A solid knowledge of electronics. Robotics experience a plus. Weâd love to find someone who has experience tinkering with toys, robots, soft circuits, and such. â¢ Experience with art and music a plus. â¢ Able to write basic instructions that a novice could follow.
Posted by ayeola alexander 10 years ago
Instructables needs interns, starting as soon as September! We're looking for smart, interesting people who can write well, are computer literate (sysadmin or coding skills are a definite plus, but not absolutely necessary), and are excited about sharing their knowledge with others. You'd do some site maintenance, community outreach, image manipulation, and some of the odds and ends necessary to make Instructables go. You'll also spend a few hours each week working on projects for your own Instructables, building things, taking pictures, and learning to use all of our fun tools! We'll pay you, too.You need to be creative, self-motivated, and learn quickly - things move fast in a start-up. We're particularly interested in people who are already involved with the site - a good set of well-written Instructables speaks louder than a long resume. If you're new to the site, show us something awesome that you've personally created. We want to know what you can do!Instructables is located in Alameda, CA (SF East Bay) with Squid Labs. Please send a resume, cover letter, and any other useful information to internships at instructables (dot com).
Posted by canida 10 years ago
I am a teenage girl, i am trying to earn more money to get my horse:) i hove horses and have been saving ever since i was 9... but i still would like to have a few hundred $ in savings before i get my horse, any ideas howto earn money? i love working outside or inside it doesent matter. i am a hard worker and dont care if my hands get a little dirty.. Please help!
Asked by horselover2000 3 years ago
Hello, I'm a journalism grad student and am gathering data about the value of internships from the perspective of applicants. I will present the data visually in a report which I will link participants to once it is available. All personal information will be kept confidential. This survey will only take five minutes of your time and will be immensely valuable to my research. Thanks for your time. Here is the link: http://bit.ly/uCcbuV Thanks! -Mariya Pylayev
Posted by mpylayev 6 years ago
I love studying electronics and doing creative things with electricity. I was an artist/musician throughout all of my youth and decided to switch over to creative electronics after discovering the art of circuit bending. I want to get a degree involving creative applications of electricity, but I'm having trouble getting a clear picture of what the job market is going to be like after i graduate. I am wondering what creative positions are available, not just with Instructables but in general. Are there any particular companies that would be good to look into? I'm trying to plan my degree so that it will be appealing to the companies i want to work for. I was an artist before i was a tech/engineer so I'm particularily interested in things such as product design, creative tech projects, animatronics, sculpture and art/music installations. Any advice would be great, I'm eager to find a job that will require my creativity and that isn't mundane. Is creativity something that is reserved to be expressed in my spare time or can it exist within the job market as well?
Posted by Vaginatron 9 years ago
A friend forwarded this job posting, figuring Instructables users might be interested!It sounds like a fun place to work:Lick-Wilmerding is a pretty cool high school in San Francisco. Bothour daughters went there. They have a full mandatory shop course forall students -- woodworking, metalworking, glass, architecture, etc.This is a job posting for a new tech director.Job posting info here. They also have listings for English, History, and Math teaching positions.
Posted by canida 10 years ago
Instructables needs interns for this Fall in the San Francisco area! We're especially looking for people to help us do community management and build cool projects. See the seedy under-belly of the site! Learn that "scalable community management" isn't just a silly buzz-phrase I made up! Help us make Instructables users happy. Please send a resume, cover letter, and any other useful information to iwannawork at instructables dot com.See all the positions available at Instructables.
Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago
New online radio station requires DJs I'm starting a new station called Black Box Radio. I am looking to bring together a regular set of DJs to have their own shows on the station. We are launching in the new year. I am also looking for a web designer or two as well as DJ managers and maybe a couple graphic designers Anyone want to to DJ for us? All styles are considered. Reply here and email email@example.com to get in touch Visit our partially built website. http://www.blackboxradio.co.uk/
Posted by lifelong-newbie 8 years ago
I was wondering what other jobs a 13 year old could do besides newspaper delivery? Because right now I am only getting paid $100 a month. Are there any other suggestions for a job that pays me enough money so I can give to charity and keep some for myself also?
Posted by Lemon-Duck 8 years ago
This position has been filled!We need a designer to make Instructables better, more fun, easier to use and nicer to look at. We're looking for the best talent we can find and then we'll figure out how to make it work for both parties. You don't have to be available for full time work and you don't have to work in the office or even in the same country.Great visual design skills are our most important criteria. You'll also need to be able to turn your designs into cross-platform CSS and XHTML that integrate with our existing style sheets. Some level of Flash experience will also be required.Please send your cover letter, rates and portfolio to iwannawork [at] instructables [dot] comWe look forward to hearing from you!
Posted by lebowski 9 years ago
Hello instructables Addicts! I manage a group of engineers at Amazon. We're the team that gets to design, prototype, and build new devices and machines for Amazon's warehouses. I'm looking for new people to join the team who are interested in joining us on our mission to build cool new technology. We cover a lot of of diverse areas, from industrial image acquisition and vision systems to embedded device development, so be ready for a challenge! If you love embedded systems design, aren't afraid of the soldering iron, and want to work with some incredibly bright people every day, check our our job posting! All of the jobs are here in Seattle and are full time. Read more about qualifications and apply directly by checking our our posting: https://us-amazon.icims.com/jobs/116465/job . Alternatively, if the link doesn't work, go to amazon.com/jobs and search for 116465. Have a great day!
Posted by gashalot 7 years ago
Currently looking for people well-versed in arduino technology to teach small 6-12 people classes. The goal for us is to connect the Brooklyn community with the craftsmen of the area, and foster a connection through making, crafting, and creating. Teaching with us allows you to earn money on your own terms by teaching classes you create. If you are interested in teaching, shoot us an email!
Posted by JohanGravityHill 3 years ago
I have seen many of the good idea in instructables. Many people posted good products as their hobby such maybe a home appliance, technologies, etc. Ideas are unique to everyone. All of us have this wonderful platform to publish our creativity. If instructables offers a market for our product, i will be lead to create more ideas. I think this platform helps to get a job for talented fresh graduates.
Asked by SelvakumarP 1 year ago
The article is here: http://beforeitsnews.com/business/2013/07/the-purchasing-agent-who-works-for-free-and-the-little-company-that-let-him-go-2532632.html Apparently I work well under pressure. I love manufacturing. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org My instructables: https://www.instructables.com/member/luxstar/?show=INSTRUCTABLES Thanks
Posted by luxstar 4 years ago
Front End DeveloperWe are looking for a talented frontend developer to join us in working on instructables.com. You will be working with other frontend developers, backend developers, designers and product manager developing features and enhancing UI on the website. We are a small team so we expect you to be self-sufficient and take full ownership of the projects you work on and bugs you may encounter during development. View full job description, and apply here. DevOps / Site Reliability EngineerYou will manage infrastructure, deployment, and scaling for Instructables, making sure that users see reliable and snappy service throughout all of our application layers. You will own our caching, load balancing, and server clusters, and work alongside the rest of the engineering team to address performance issues before they affect users. You will understand our network diagram thoroughly, and become the go-to person for troubleshooting issues relating to the flow of requests through our network. View full job description, and apply here. Working at Instructables If you don't see an open position that fits you, please don't hesitate to drop us a line and say hi. We are always actively building our network of curious, creative talent with a passion for making. To introduce yourself, please send your cover letter and resume to auctoramentum at instructables dot com with a fun, robot-related subject line. Autodesk Pier 9 Residency Program The Pier 9 Residency Program gives creatives, innovators, and manufacturers a chance to work with us in our advanced digital fabrication workshops at Autodesk. Our residents explore every stage of the process of making things, from digital model to real-world physical objects. Together, we’re discovering ways to advance 3D design and fabrication technologies, to change design, engineering, and manufacturing as we know it. See the Autodesk Pier 9 Residency website for more information and instructions on how to apply. About Instructables Started in August 2005, Instructables provides a peer to peer learning platform to enable curious, passionate, and creative people to share and collaborate their most innovative projects, ideas, and hacks. The site is currently home to over 200,000 projects covering such diverse areas as crafts, art, kids, electronics, pets, bikes, cars, robotics, green projects, and cooking. In 2011, we were acquired by Autodesk. Our benefits are now super-charged! We're located at Pier 9 in San Francisco in the world's most advanced workshop directly on the bay with gorgeous natural light and unobstructed views of the Bay Bridge. In our shop, we have CNC everything, a 5-axis waterjet, an 11-axis mill, the largest collection of high-end 3D printers, a woodshop, a metal shop, an enormous test kitchen, industrial sewing machines, and a fully stocked electronics lab. See this Machine Catalog Instructable for a peek. If you want to work remotely Click here for more information about helping out around the Instructables website.
Posted by ewilhelm 2 years ago
Whenever I asked my dad for a phone he always said when you have a job.....................well I am going to get a job in 9 months but I am getting to go more places by myself a lot more and I would like to have one not for protection but just for real emergencies and whenever I get left alone and need to call my parents because it is getting kind of embarrassing when I have to ask my friends to borrow one of their phones I think I am responsible enough I know I will not stay up till dawn texting people and I know I will only use it in emergencies and when needed plus he has two phones one he never uses but he is still paying for it so please I need some tips and tricks to getting a phone 9 months early
Asked by acidbass 8 years ago
The 18th century gave us the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Purpose-built factories for the new industries such as iron and textiles. New and improved methods of transportation, communication and production. It changed the way people lived / worked and it created / inspired a lot of what we still see and use today. This revolution had its negatives too. Jobs were lost to the industrial machines that did it better and faster, the poor and the working classes often had to endure grim living and working conditions. The black gold mined from underground, fuelled our thirst for advancement. Now in the 21st century, we are in the midst of the Technological Revolution. Ubers, drone deliveries, driverless cars and trucks, AI, Google, Facebook, Amazon Alexa, unmanned military vehicles, war by remote control and the bravery of being out of range. The drones, AI, robots and automation may not only take away our jobs, but potentially the need to leave the house or to have any real-world face to face interactions. They could re-define our lives, for better or for worse. Are you fearful? Wary? Or do you embrace the changes going on all around us?
Posted by ThirdEarthDesign 1 year ago
Hi, I'm lost, and I was wondering if you could help me. I feel stuck in life, and I've decided that I'm going to put my life into action with as much vigor as possible. I've decided to start with finances and education. I've got the finances part figured out, but I have no idea on education. I'm twenty years old. I went to a technical college for Information Technology and Communications Systems, and I left after a year because I was no longer interested, I don't believe I was prepared to take the educational leap (I hindered myself), and I left for a relationship. I don't want to make that mistake again. Being a maker, what types of possibilities are out there for career paths? What type of education should I pursue? How do I make sure that what seems like a great choice doesn't turn out to be a passing fad like my past venture? I feel as if I've wasted too much time. I haven't been in high school for three years, and I have nothing to show for it. I need to get this going as soon as possible.
Posted by Flintlock 6 years ago
I have here Mac OSX 10.5.1 (Leopard) still in the box, unused and for sale. This retails from the apple store for about 130.00, but I'm making room in my studio and I would like for it to find a new home! 75 bucks or best offer and it's yours. Serious offers only.
Posted by InvaderDig 8 years ago
Tip by HuF1 on DIY High Resolution 3D DLP Printer (3D SLA Printer) 15 days ago
Become part of a dynamic group at ThinkGeek developing custom manufactured retail products. Your primary job will be to design and create electronics prototypes for possible future ThinkGeek products. We're looking for someone who can take a feasible concept and prototype a functional (though perhaps not beautiful) model in circuit board form. Have your own electronics based ideas to add to the ThinkGeek swirling maelstrom of custom product awesomeness? This is a big plus. In a nutshell, we're looking for someone who understands geek culture, loves to create interesting and amazing circuits and can thrive in a dynamic non-structured work environment.If building is in your blood and you want to help ThinkGeek create the coolest most unique geeky products around, then we have a great job for you! Please Keep in Mind!We have specific requirements for people applying for the Electrical Engineer Prototype Wizard position. Please read the How To Apply section below to make sure you apply correctly or your application will not be considered. You Should Have: - College degree or equivalentExpert experience designing and prototyping electronics for toys and gadgets from scratch - Be able to interface electronics via USB, be a wizard at ArduinoKnowledge and understanding of Bluetooth/WiFi interfaces is a plus - Highly detail oriented and organizedStrong understanding of technical capabilities of consumer products and pricing - Understanding of product style and ergonomicsKeen familiarity with popular tech culture (gaming, science, computers, internet culture, etc.) - Independently motivated with a strong work ethicExcellent person-to-person, communication & written skills - Travel abroad 2-3 times/year (China/Hong Kong/Japan)Strong spreadsheet and word processing skills. - Strong computer and internet use skills.Team oriented personality with only occasional bouts of solipsism. - Ability to grok ThinkGeek.An appreciation for Star Wars, good beer, robots, monkeys and sushi is a plus. This position is on site in our Fairfax, Virginia office only. No outsourcing or freelance positions for this job will be considered. Not even you Gandalf. Strongly Desired: - Experience building mechanical gadgets or other items besides circuitsProficiency with Adobe Illustrator - Great ideas for new electronics based products - A pet monkey... (although he may only visit the office on Sundays) How To Apply: ThinkGeek is a small, close-knit group of fun, weird, and enthusiastic people who run one of the most successful niche eCommerce sites on the Internets (IR #232). As part of Geeknet, a publicly held company, ThinkGeek employees receive an excellent benefits package while enjoying the fun of working in an exciting start-up environment in our Fairfax, Virginia office. Please note, this posting is for a permanent, full time position in our Fairfax, Virginia office. Only local applicants or those willing to relocate will be considered. No outsourcing or freelance positions for this job will be considered. Thanks for asking! In addition to your cover letter, resume and salary requirements please complete the following simple assignment. Failure to include everything, including the assignment will cause your application to not be considered. (no hard feelings, but we need to make sure you really want the job... ok?) Also, just a heads up that if we do decide to interview you we'll expect you to show up with some examples of circuit-based projects you've done in the past... gotcha? Electrical Engineer Prototype Wizard Assignment Please submit a list of at least six previous electronics projects you have created in the past. For each one include the following information: - Name of project - Photo of project or video link if available - What does this item do? - What is the most notable aspect of this item? - What technology was used to create this item? - Specifically what did YOU personally create on this item? This assignment can be part of your resume or cover letter. You can do it as plain text, PDF, or HTML. Photos can be embedded or links. We're not picky, just get it in there where we can see it. Please note that this assignment is at-will and we will not provide any monetary or other compensation to you for completing it. CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB
Posted by TyBot 7 years ago
As a child I grew up on legos and K'nex, and I wish my first computer had come earlier in life. I want to pursue more things like programming, robotics, working on cars and lighting the neighborhood with massive LED Beacons of custom-PC goodness. I've tried some researching of certain topics on my own, but I usually run into some difficult roadbumps. Particularly, there often runs a gap between beginner and advanced knowledge I find hard to bridge. I started off great with some programming classes at college, but their department is lacking. The other significant obstacle that comes to mind is cost. It's hard to shell out for new tools and parts for every project. Do you have any advice? Where could I find an entry-level job at an electronics re-saler, or something like that? I don't really have the skills for a mechanic, but what might be a first step? Or, something pre-programming that I could learn from- particularly for game or software development? Which schools in the Midwest have more hands-on training?
Asked by drumagon 9 years ago
Asked by monicasri 9 years ago
No details necessary, pretty straight forward.
And I want a steady job because i need to buy a computer and other high priced items (like a car) i am 15 and just wanted to see what kind of jobs are out there for me.
Asked by acidbass 8 years ago
I am at the ripe age of 15 as if today, and I will be hoping to accumulate a job, however the job interview is a completely new thing to me considering I have never had a job. I would like to know what i can do to prepare for the interview and what would leve the best impression on the interviewer.
Asked by knuckel 8 years ago