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DoD SkillBridge Internship - Technician/Specialist - Phoenix, AZ

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2mo ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


AI generated summary

  • You need military experience, electro-mechanical skills, knowledge of building controls/systems, computer proficiency, legal work authorization, valid driver’s license, and ability to work in various environments and conditions.
  • You will diagnose and repair HVAC/Building Automation, Fire/Life Safety, or Integrated Security systems, consult with internal teams, and provide valuable recommendations to enhance customer systems.

Off-cycle Internship



  • Technicians/Specialists are the people that (for Service) gather data, troubleshoot, and carries-out critical maintenance and repairs; or (for Solutions) install new equipment, run start-up, and commission systems in our customers’ HVAC/Building Automation, Fire/Life Safety, or Integrated Security systems in large commercial buildings such as hospitals, universities, and military bases. Why is this so important? The Technician/Specialist is the face of Siemens, and your expertise and regular interaction with the customer will help them save energy, money, and create a more sustainable future for our environment. 


  • U.S. Military experience as an E4 or above (Navy, Air Force, Army, Marines, Coast Guard, Space Force, National Guard, Reserves)
  • High school diploma or state-recognized GED required; Associates degree preferred
  • Electro-mechanical aptitude/knowledge/skills
  • Knowledge of Building Automation Controls, Fire/Life Safety or Integrated Security systems preferred
  • For positions related to Fire/Life Safety: knowledge of NFPA codes and ability to obtain certification in NICET I is preferred
  • Computer and software skills
  • Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project experience preferred
  • Qualified applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States
  • Must be 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license with limited violations
  • You must be able to read/understand design and construction documents; work in a variety of environments in and around mechanical equipment, including climbing ladders, scaffolds, and high-lift equipment, working in ducts, above ceilings, and in outside/inside/heat/cold/day/night conditions; use hand tools, laptop, email, smartphone, and tablet; carry and move equipment and tools weighing up to 50 pounds unassisted

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Meet with the customers (for Service) to diagnose their HVAC/Building Automation, Fire/Life Safety, or Integrated Security electronic control system malfunctions and use your expertise to maintain, repair, or (for Solutions) install new equipment; commissioning if needed
  • Consult with our internal engineering and management team for discrepancies in our drawings or as problems arise
  • Interface with the customers: complete the service work documentation, assist them with training instructions needed for future ease-of-use, and (most importantly) recommend system enhancements providing a value-added partner relationship


Work type

Full time

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