Job Summary: We are looking for a JavaScript Programmer Intern who is a self-starter and is interested in building a guided tutorial and learning App for farm equipment. This person will work with our engineering and product marketing team and even customers to create a solution that will help our customers to better operate their equipment. Join us for this opportunity to put your programming skills into practical use while learning more about the agriculture industry at a Fortune 500 company that is utilizing smart farming solutions to feed the world.

Job Function and Responsibilities

This person will work closely with engineering and product marketing to develop an App for customer education within our existing in-cab visualization platform, called Smart Connect. Working collaboratively with our customers, this project will experiment ways to develop an application that can read some of the machine data and provide the appropriate training, advise, and tutorial. For more information on AGCO’s Smart Connect, see .

This position will require the combination of creativity, customer and cross-functional collaboration, user interface design and App programming to create a unique solution in the industry. If this sounds like you, we are looking forward to hear from you!

Qualification and Experience

  • Current student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in computer science, computer engineering or similar degree
  • JavaScript experience must
  • Proficient with React.js
  • UI design experience preferred
  • Graphic design and video editing knowledge useful
  • Ag-related majors or industry experience is helpful but not necessary
  • Critical thinker, comfortable with experimentation and problem solving without specific process and direct supervision

Nearest Major Market: Chicago
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