Project Engineering Intern (Summer 2021)
- Windsor Locks, CT
United States of America
01: Building 01 Windsor Locks One Hamilton Road, Windsor Locks, CT, 06096 USA
When the global aerospace community looks for ideas and solutions to its biggest challenges, they turn to the people of Collins Aerospace. We design, invent and deliver the most advanced and diverse range of aerospace systems on the market. We are inventors. We are manufacturers. We work in space exploration, commercial air travel, defense and rescue applications. Always learning and pushing the boundaries, we are an undisputed industry leader that continually sets the bar higher and higher. Come soar with us.
Our industry-leading experts are setting the standards for the aerospace industry and paving the way for the future. But as new challenges present themselves, we need fresh, creative and motivated minds to overcome these hurdles help us break barriers and achieve new levels of innovation. Do you have what it takes to join a global, diverse organization that doesn't shy away from big opportunities? If so, we invite you to join our Engineering ranks and create the next generation of aerospace technologies. Together, we will move the world forward!
Every second a plane takes off with Collins Aerospace equipment onboard. From space exploration and defense to today's more electric, more intelligent, more integrated aircraft - our systems make modern flight possible. And by "make it possible," we mean: we start it, power it, control it, ventilate it, quiet it, land it, stop it and monitor it. We have more than 41,000 employees across 150 countries working at the forefront of technological innovation.
Thanks to their efforts, our global reach and our market-leading position, we do big things no one else can do. Support System Level Project Engineering Design and Development activities which include Project Management, Requirements Management, System Integration and Systems Engineering Validation for aircraft Air Management System (Cabin Fresh Air Supply, Cabin Pressure and Temperature Control), Wing Anti-Ice, and Fuel Tank Inert Gas Systems. Under the supervision of the Chief Project Engineer, the major tasks include: Managing cost, schedule and risk. Interface with customer and design engineers. Perform requirements decomposition and allocation and compliance for system and component design. Define test requirements, plans and procedures. Perform system/component data analysis, verify performance, validate requirements and functions. Perform root cause analysis and participate in the development of corrective action plans
Must be pursuing a bachelor's degree in engineering (preferably Mechanical Engineering)
Must have completed at least 30 credit hours of college coursework by May 2020. Must have a GPA of 3.0 and above. Must be willing to work 40 hours per week
Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.
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