North Atlantic Industries Intern-Electrical Engineering Power Division in Bohemia, New York
Intern-Electrical Engineering Power Division
Responsible for solving medium complex engineering problems throughout the many phases of engineering project work.
Assist in the fabrication and evaluation of major units of equipment or prototypes. Perform varied work assignments involving evaluation and product processing under general supervision.
Essential Role and Responsibilities:
Build prototype circuitry
Test and debug to component level
Write test procedures
Perform and clearly document an engineering evaluation on products, specifications and internal requirements.
Address design problems on production hardware
Document schematics using schematic capture software
Write programs for microprocessors and components; Write programs for Automated Test systems; Write publishable quality test reports demonstrating product performance
Ability to recognize future needs of the company in terms of product development and production supports
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Must have completed 90 credits towards Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, and currently enrolled to complete desired degree
Technical knowledge of power supply products a plus
Desire to work in an engineering environment
Knowledge of drafting tools and practices, schematic capture software, and power supply circuitry
Proficiency in Microsoft and Windows applications required
AutoCAD skills desired
Must have good oral and written communication skills
Other Skills and Abilities:
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Self-motivated, and possess a high degree of curiosity and desire to learn new things
Ability to take initiative and multi-task within a fast-paced environment
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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