Internships provide an excellent opportunity for students currently finishing their college degree programs to gain valuable on-the job experience working in a real development environment.
Mechanical Engineering Internship (Summer)
Positions are designed to provide students with challenging projects that play a key role in supporting gas turbine product design and development activities. Under the guidance of a Mentor, Interns are given a meaningful work experience, a project assignment to complete, and the opportunity to apply classroom education to real work situations. Positions are available in Design, Aero/ Thermal, Development Test, Combustion, Materials and Processes, Gas Compressors, and Product Development.
Typical Intern projects provide the opportunity to design, analyze, and develop turbomachinery parts in support of our overall gas turbine product lines. Additional responsibilities may include design layouts, performance analysis, materials research and analysis, engine and/or gas compressor build support, research and analysis of design changes for product improvements, manufacturing support, design components, systems, products or tools for conformance with specifications in the areas of reliability, performance, cost, serviceability and manufacturability.
These positions require technical knowledge of mechanical engineering fundamentals, knowledge of basic analysis, problem solving skills, a high energy level and sense of urgency, strong verbal and written communication skills, good business / technical judgment, and the ability to handle multiple priorities for a variety of tasks.
Manufacturing Engineer Internship (Summer)
Positions in various manufacturing units for the development, improvement and support of manufacturing processes as it relates to the manufacture of industrial gas turbine engine components.
These positions involve working with various Manufacturing/Design Engineers, Shop Operations personnel, Tool Design and CadCam groups to develop and execute cost effective, stable manufacturing processes that support a safe and quality conscience work environment.
A working knowledge of basic manufacturing engineering practices, tooling concepts, problem solving skills and computer skills for component manufacturing is desired.
These positions require technical knowledge of manufacturing process planning, a high energy level and sense of urgency, strong verbal and written communication skills, good business / technical judgment, and the ability to handle multiple priorities for a variety of tasks.