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Intern - Electronics Service

ūüöÄ Off-cycle Internship

Denver

AI generated summary

  • You should have experience in electrical testing, circuit analysis, and ESD practices. Enrolled in a 2- or 4-year college program. Adaptable team player.
  • You'll perform mechanical assembly, repair operations, and troubleshooting on electronic components and sub-assemblies using tools and equipment. Communicate openly, follow safety procedures, and maintain fixturing, while ensuring quality and teamwork.

Off-cycle Internship

Engineering‚ÄĘDenver

Description

  • Advanced Energy is seeking students pursuing an associates degree or certificate in Electronics Technology for part time internships to learn how to perform repairs, test and troubleshoot electronic equipment to meet production schedules and performance standards. This position will receive instructions on daily work and new assignments. Duties and tasks are standardized but work performed will vary day to day.

Requirements

  • Experience:
  • Previous experience in electrical circuits and assemblies testing preferred
  • Basic knowledge of electro-mechanical testing and circuit analysis
  • Proven ability and experience maintaining flexibility and being able to adapt in a team environment
  • Knowledge and understanding of ESD practices preferred
  • Education:
  • Currently enrolled in a 2- or 4-year college program

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Perform various mechanical assembly and repair operations on electronic components and sub-assemblies.
  • Use Operational Method Sheets, Service Kits, drawings, schematics, and verbal/written Technician instructions to repair, modify, rework and re-assemble units.
  • Use assembly equipment such as: torque drivers, soldering irons, hand tools, hydraulic presses, ovens, lifting systems and chemical baths.
  • Determine and implement any additional non-break services that may be required during the repair process.
  • Use test procedures, drawings, schematics, and verbal/written instructions to test and troubleshoot units.
  • Work on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where the ability to recognize nonconformities is required.
  • Communicate openly and effectively in a professional manner.
  • Understand and follow all safety requirements.
  • Understand and follow all International Standards Organization (ISO) practices and procedures.
  • Maintain fixturing, performs calibration, preventive maintenance, and corrective maintenance.
  • Perform the set-up, calibration, testing and troubleshooting of circuits, components, instruments, and mechanical assemblies.
  • Document test results accurately
  • Model professional and positive work ethics
  • Consider the impact of quality on the customers when making decisions.
  • Effectively work in a team environment.

Details

Work type

Part time

Work mode

office

Location

Denver