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Engineering Intern - Hampton

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Jacobs

27d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Hampton

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  • You must be a U.S. citizen with basic engineering knowledge. Effective communication skills and ability to use technology for problem-solving. Physically able to work in confined spaces, with potential exposure to noise, chemicals, and lifting up to 35 lbs.
  • You will be responsible for data analysis, technical work integration, and reporting on engineering projects. Assist with presentations and develop innovative approaches to data display. Organize work flow and resolve problem areas.

Off-cycle Internship

EngineeringHampton

Description

  • Jacobs has partnered with NASA to support space flight programs for more than 40 years. While the majority of work is directly in support of LaRC, other industry partners and Government agencies may be supported at remote sites as directed by the Contracting Officer (CO). The Center Maintenance, Operations, and Engineering (CMOE) contract comprises of three major categories of work – operations, maintenance, and engineering (OME), as described below.
  • Maintenance – Research and institutional facility maintenance includes, but not limited to, preventive maintenance, trouble calls, repairs, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Facility Condition Assessment (FCA), and maintenance/operation of central utilities (e.g., electrical power distribution, potable water, storm water drainage)
  • Operations – Facilities Operations support includes, but not limited to, wind tunnels, laboratories, and test stands testing, instrumentation calibration/repair; plant and utilities (e.g., high pressure air, Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) and Steam Plant); technology development and administration, including, but not limited to, Facility Automation Systems (FAS) and Data Acquisition Systems (DAS)
  • Engineering – Facility engineering includes, but not limited to, engineering studies, design, construction, construction management, configuration management, tactical engineering, pressure system recertification, project management/planning support

Requirements

  • U.S. Citizenship is required. Ability to understand basic engineering terminology. College courses in electrical or mechanical engineering are desirable.
  • Must be able to effectively communicate both orally and written with effective use of visual aids. Should be able to use computing technology for problem analysis and solution.
  • Physical Requirements:
  • Must have sufficient mobility to enter into confined spaces, crawl into or onto various assemblies while maintaining a clear vision of safety is required. Potential exposure to high noise levels, hazardous chemicals, propellants and the like. Appropriate PPE and training will be provided for all conditions. Must be able to walk, stand, bend, twist and sit for extended periods as well as climb, crawl, and lift up to 35 lbs.

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for significant portion of data analysis on projects of limited scope; identifies data discrepancies, reviews, analyzes, and integrates the technical work of others. Outlines technical approaches, for lower level associates, and checks mathematical work in progress.
  • Assumes reporting responsibility for defined areas, and prepares procedures as required. Assists engineers with presentations, by developing innovative approaches to data display. Works closely with engineers to define/clarify requirements for accomplishment by others. Provides organizational integrity for the group, and effectively utilizes the manpower available for peak productivity. Develops internal procedures to resolve problem areas, and provides an orderly method for work flow.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Hampton