Engineering Internship in Multiple Discipline MIning Operations

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Wilsonville Concrete Products
10050 Wilsonville Road
Wilsonville, OR
Posted: June 25 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Paid

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Description

We are a Multi-Faceted company with operations in above ground mining, concrete plants, and tug boats, as well as a separate division in Marine Construction. We are looking for an intern that will be flexible, willing to take on projects with minimal supervision and is an excellent communicator.
As a part of WCP/MIC you will be responsible for assistance in the design, installation and maintenance of systems to provide our team with up to date data on infrastructure to accurately bid jobs and maintain performance to current customers.

Responsibilities

You will work with the General Manager, Lead Estimator and Project Supervisor to diagnose, implement and oversee equipment and operations, by assisting in developing working plans for repair and diagnostics on equipment. You will learn to read mining plans to ensure compliance with all State and Federal laws and permits. You will assist in meeting demands for Marine Construction Projects, learning timelines and equipment needs and assist in the implementation of such under the direction of the Project Supervisor.

Requirements

Project Management or extensive research projects desireable
Looking to graduate with degrees in Engineering, Construction or Environmental Sciences is a plus
The ability to work under pressure
Excellent Communication skills
Computer literate in various programs including: Microsoft Software (WORD, EXCEL, OUTLOOK)

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