Technical Intern 2
Internship (Winter) is for January 2018 through April 2018.
Mobility Engineering interns provide engineering support to one or more areas of ground combat vehicles: engines, cooling systems, suspension, gear boxes, air intake, exhaust, transmissions, or other mobility systems. As an intern within the Mobility Engineering organization, you will be part of an integrated product team in the development of a vehicle platform. You will perform roles similar in nature to our entry-level engineers, which may include but are not limited to the management of risks, coordination of projects, follow-up on team action items, as well as completion of engineering documentation in support of design reviews, processing change requests, and requesting support services.
Job Functions (Essential):
Create/Update tools such as presentations about system architecture, powertrain/cooling systems optimization, and design of current or future products
Research diesel engines, mechanical transmissions, and powertrain cooling systems to gain a general understanding of implementation in military vehicles
Gain hands on combat vehicle experience through review, installation, and/or testing
Aid in the documentation of existing 3D models as well as loading models to the document management system using PTC Creo
Complete work assignments in a thorough, consistent and punctual manner
Adhere to company work hours, policies, procedures, and rules governing professional staff behavior
Adhere to company and professional ethics governing the handling of confidential information and the observation of confidentiality
Maintain professional relationships with company employees, clients and customers, both internal and external
- Keep management abreast of progress and pending problems
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