Mechanical Engineering Internship In

internship - part time,

Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, CA
Closed
Posted 74 Days ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, CA
internship - part time,
Posted 74 Days ago
Closed

Description

Mechanical Engineering Part Time InternshipRequisition Post Information* : Posted Date 2 days ago(5/1/2019 6:28 PM)Requisition ID 2019-10623Job Locations US-CA-PasadenaCategory (Portal Searching) EngineeringDiscipline Description Engineering Undergraduate StudentCareer Level Level 1Scheduled Hours 20Relocation Eligibility NoHiring Organization : Name 352M - MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGYMinimum Years of Experience 0Education High SchoolTravel NoClearance Status NoneClearance Options None Overview New ideas are all around us, but only a few will change the world Thats our focus at JPL We ask the biggest questions, then search the universe for answersliterally We build upon ideas that have guided generations, then share our discoveries to inspire generations to come Your missionyour opportunityis to seek out the answers that bring us one step closer If youre driven to discover, create, and inspire something that lasts a lifetime and beyond, youre ready for JPL Located in Pasadena, California, JPL has a campus-like environment situated on 177 acres in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and offers a work environment unlike any other: we inspire passion, foster innovation, build collaboration, and reward excellence Responsibilities Mechanical Systems Engineering, Fabrication & Test Division - the place where spacecraft are born! We engage in research, technology development, and the creation of advanced mechanical, thermal, propulsion, and electronic packaging systems from architectural concept through operations We lead the mechanical development and implementation of flight hardware and technology for NASA's robotic space missions as part of the Engineering and Science Directorate Our expertise spans the full breadth of mechanical disciplines Members of this team investigate, plan, design and develop mechanical products and systems such as spacecraft, instruments, robots, packaged electronics, controls, engines, and machines, and mechanical, thermal, hydraulic, propulsion, or heat transfer systems for the production, transmission, measurement, and use of energy They maintain cognizance of and are responsible for all technical and programmatic aspects of the product being developed, reporting the status and performance to the appropriate organizations Teams apply research to the planning, design, development, and testing of mechanical and/or electromechanical systems, instruments, controls, engines, and/or machines Qualifications Required:Must be currently enrolled in a college or university pursuing a bachelors, masters, or PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Material/Science, Physics, Robotics, Structural Engineering, or related technical discipline Must be available to work part time during the school year 8-30hrsMust have a minimum cumulative 30 out of a 40 GPAKnowledge in one or more of the following areas: mechanical design, computer aided design (CAD) and mechanical analysis tool (FEA)Recently completed coursework providing an understanding and application of standard principles, theories, concepts and techniques in mechanical systems including structures, configuration, mechanisms, structural analysis, and integration and testGeneral knowledge of applicable industry and/or academic practices and standards in mechanical design Desired:Experience with computer aided design and drafting, and spacecraft flight hardware development and test Working knowledge of mid-level CAD tools (ie Solidworks, Unigraphics) Relevant internship experienceDemonstrated leadership abilitiesAbility to solve mechanical design problems, perform trade studies, develop design requirements, perform piece part design, and coordinate fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardwareGood verbal and written communications skills with ability to work in a team environment

Skills

solidworks, mechanical engineering, cad, testing, heat transfer, robotics, unigraphics, computer-aided design (cad), electronics, structural analysis, aerospace engineering, instrumentation, mechanical analysis, mechanical design, structural engineering

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