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Student Intern - Oklahoma City

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Oklahoma City

AI generated summary

  • You must be studying at an ABET-accredited university and have completed upper-level division coursework to qualify for this student intern position in Oklahoma City with CONSOR Engineers.
  • You will assist with load rating analysis, perform bridge inspections, prepare reports, and participate in field and office work. Some administrative tasks may be required. Potential for travel.

Off-cycle Internship

EngineeringOklahoma City

Description

  • Are you a passionate learner working toward a bachelor’s in civil or structural engineering? Ready to build your resume on real-world civil engineering projects while learning from the industry’s top talent?
  • Join Consor as a student intern! With the goal of one day becoming a full-time employee, you’ll have a chance to work on the same projects our entry-level staff tackle, just with extra support and supervision from experienced engineering teammates and supervisors.
  • This internship is collaborative in nature—collaboration is one of Consor’s core values after all—and gives students the chance to work on transportation or water infrastructure-related civil engineering work with ample opportunities to exercise a variety of methods, techniques, potential solutions, and more.

Requirements

  • Qualified candidates should be studying at an ABET-accredited university, have upper-level division coursework under their belt

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Participate in load rating analysis of in-service bridges
  • Assist with in-service bridge inspections on various project sites
  • Prepare bridge inspection field books and reports
  • Participate in a mix of field and office work, with the potential for overnight project travel
  • Perform work that involves conventional types of plans, methods, and solutions with low to moderate complex features
  • Perform basic engineering analysis, design, and detailing of project plans and construction material quantities
  • Conduct other duties as required, which may include administrative (non-engineering) duties (filing, answering phones, assisting with business related projects or tasks)

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Oklahoma City