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• Starts Aug 11

Controls Engineer Co-Op (Fall 2024)

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BMW Group

26d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You need a degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science, PLC coding knowledge, problem-solving skills, and a 3.0 GPA to be a Controls Engineer Co-Op at BMW Group for Fall 2024. Complete 3 work terms and pass a substance abuse test.
  • You will learn to write, read, and change PLC code for continuous improvement projects, including supporting SAS revision rollout and fault cleanup.

Off-cycle Internship

Software Engineering, EngineeringSpartanburg


  • Innovation is imagining what’s NEXT when no one else can. Shaping your future starts here, as we believe our Gen>NEXT students are the future leaders of BMW. Our vision is to secure BMW Manufacturing’s excellence by attracting the best of the best. We believe in creating a hands-on environment where you can directly impact the future of mobility. You will be guided and mentored throughout inspiring tasks and projects. As one of our Gen>NEXT students, you will be part of the team from day one and encouraged to add new ideas and value to the business.
  • This is a co-op position which requires three alternating rotations (e. g. 1st rotation: fall, 2nd rotation: summer, 3rd rotation: spring).
  • The Controls Engineer Co-op will assist assisting TX-211 with the daily operations of managing Controls initiatives and driving continual improvement of PLC related topics within the Body Shop. 


  • Pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science.
  • Basic Electrical trouble shooting skill.
  • Knowledge of PLC coding.
  • MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc).
  • Problem Solving skills.
  • Ability to train others.
  • Project leadership skills.
  • Possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (not just in major).
  • Have full-time status at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States.
  • Completed at least 30 credit hours at time of application.
  • Ability to complete 3 alternating work terms for co-op positions.
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours / week).
  • Transfer students must have a GPA from current university.
  • Complete and pass a substance abuse test before the work term.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • This will be a developmental role where the Coop will spend a large portion of their time learning how to write, read and changing PLC code to support continuous improvement projects related to Controls
  • Learning how to write, read and change PLC code to support continuous improvement projects related to Controls.
  • Changing PLC code to support SAS revision rollout and cleanup of faults generated by the new SAS revision.


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Start date

Aug 11, 2024