InternshipEstimated: $28,000 - $36,000 a year
- Communication Skills
- Computer Skills
- Mechanical Knowledge
- Microsoft Word
Full Job Description
(Work hours can be scheduled to accommodate current school schedule) With minimal supervision, provide technical analysis as required. Performs standard test and/or preliminary evaluation programs for routine product failure analysis. Assist in the analysis of Customer problems, including specialized testing. Suggest ways and means of improving our products and product lines as necessary. Mechanical aptitude able to work on large and small equipment. Read, and understand engineering prints and specifications. Possess good oral and written communication skills. Type memos and letters using computers. Required to lift parts up to 25 pounds.
1. Education Currently enrolled in Engineering degree program. 2. Experience Possess good mechanical experience and aptitude. Knowledge in personal computer skills, including the use of Word and Excel. Good interpersonal, written and verbal, communication skills. Familiarity with hydraulic components and/or systems a plus. Ability to read and understand engineering prints and specifications. 3. Computer Skills Demonstrated competency using computers and the following software as a minimum: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) 4. Other Skills Must have good mechanical aptitude. Must be adept at using problem solving skills. 5. Travel Requirement None