Logo of Huzzle


Co-Op - Engineering (Fall 2024)

Logo of United Airlines

United Airlines

2mo ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


AI generated summary

  • Seeking students in mechanical, aerospace, electrical, or industrial engineering with at least 12 core semester hours, rising junior status, availability for a 5-6 month co-op starting in August, ability to travel, and authorization to work in the US without sponsorship.
  • The Co-Op Engineering intern at United Airlines will work closely with TO professionals on aircraft engineering support, bulletins, cost analysis, non-conformances, process optimization, and real-world projects across various engineering disciplines.

Off-cycle Internship



  • Our internships are paid, and course credit hours may be considered depending on university’s guidelines. Internships include a competitive benefits package sought at keeping you happy, healthy and well-traveled. From mentorship opportunities, to benefits like medical insurance, and privileges like space available travel, United is truly a one-of-a-kind internship experience. Are you ready to travel the world?
  • At United, we have some of the best aircraft in the world. Our Technical Operations team is full of aircraft maintenance technicians, engineers, planners, ground equipment and facilities professionals, and supply chain teams that help make sure they’re well taken care of and ready to get our customers to their desired destinations. If you’re ready to work on our planes, join our Tech Ops experts and help keep our fleet in tip-top shape.


  • Must be pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or another related field
  • Must have a minimum of 12 semester hours in core degree course work
  • Individual should be a rising junior (at minimum) when internship begins
  • Must be available for a 5-6 month co-op starting in August
  • Work related travel may be required, individuals must be able to travel without any restrictions
  • Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the US for any employer without sponsorship now or at any point in the future

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Third Year
Final Year

Area of Responsibilities



  • As a Technical Operations Co-Op intern, you’ll work side-by-side with our TO professionals, taking on problems and learning about our industry. Internships are paid and course credit hours may be considered depending on university’s guidelines. Technical Operations interns will be placed throughout our system, depending on project / field. Potential placements include but are not limited to:
  • Line & Base Engineering, Interiors Engineering, Avionics, Powerplant Engineering, Structures, Reliability, Digital Fleet Management, and more. And depending on the team, you could be located in Houston, TX or Chicago, IL.
  • Regardless of your assignment, you will work on projects that will provide you with applicable, real-world experience in one of our many engineering disciplines.
  • Provide aircraft engineering support to line and check aircraft
  • Review, evaluate and resolve next steps on manufacturer bulletins, management requests and regulatory requirements on United Airlines Airbus/Boeing aircraft
  • Prepare cost analysis on projects
  • Investigate and provide decisions for non-conformances resulting from in-service failures or maintenance incidents
  • Process optimization and mapping out existing gaps and possible mitigations


Work type

Full time

Work mode