Engineering Intern

Qualifications
Education:

  • Working towards a Bachelor's (undergraduate) or Master's (graduate) degree in a technical discipline (e.g. computer science, computer engineering, information technology, engineering, math,physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering)

Experience and knowledge (depends on discipline area):
  • Some knowledge (development and application) in multiple operating systems.
  • Exposure to engineering principles, methodologies, and procedures. Demonstrated experience in organizing and prioritizing multiple tasks/projects simultaneously.

Engineering Skills:
  • Exposure to design, development and implementation of solutions
  • Exposure to Solution Development Lifecycles, their associated processes and when to apply each (examples. Include Agile Development, XPlanning, traditional waterfall, etc.)
  • Exposure to Quality Assurance and testing methods
  • Ability to work effectively in diverse, foreign, and multi-cultural environments
  • Innovative and creative approach to solving problems ("Think outside of the box" mentality)
  • Solid English oral and written communication skills.


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