College Intern - Engineernig

At HP, talent is our criteria. Join us in reinventing the standard for diversity and inclusion. Bring your awesomeness, and just be you!

HP is the world's leading personal systems and printing company, we create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Our innovation springs from a team of individuals, each collaborating and contributing their own perspectives, knowledge, and experience to advance the way the world works and lives.

We are looking for visionaries, like you, who are ready to make a purposeful impact on the way the world works.

At HP, the future is yours to create!

If you are our College Intern - Engineering in Singapore, you will have a chance to

  • Analyze complex calls data & channels of feedback, develop taxonomy to provide meaningful insights on customer behaviors and product performance in field
  • Map out what customer's expectations across segment
  • Work as part of cross-functional teams across organizations
  • Track metrics to measure customer satisfaction and address performance gaps. Report monthly on the status and provide insights to deviation
  • Work independently to construct statistical to forecast customer satisfaction. Identify cutting-edge analytical tools, models, and methods for making key business decisions.


Are you a high-performer? We are looking for an individual with:
  • Student currently pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Engineering
  • Demonstrates strong understanding in statistics and software programming
  • Demonstrates analytical and problem solving capability
  • Exposure to Business and/or Marketing field would be an advantage
  • Strong ability to grasp new technologies and methodologies quickly
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Possesses basic understanding of the concepts of product development and go-to-market models
  • Able to commit at least 6 months of internship


HP is a Human Capital Partner - we commit to human capital development and adopting progressive workplace practices in Singapore.


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