Electrical Engineering Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Harley Ellis Devereaux
Boston, MA
Closed
Posted 74 Days ago
Harley Ellis Devereaux
Boston, MA
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 74 Days ago
Closed

Description

Electrical Engineering Intern Job Code: 2019-ELEC-MA-002 Location: Boston, Massachusetts Department: 1250 Electrical Engineering FT/PT Status: Temporary Full-time Job Responsibilities: HED is hiring a temporary part-time Electrical Engineer to, under close supervision, provide junior level support during the development of the design and technical systems for projects from schematics through construction administration. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: � Performing design and/or engineering duties as directed by the Project Discipline Team Leader or Supervisor. � Supporting the Project Discipline Team Leader in the documentation process. � Performing Revit and/or AutoCAD drafting assignments. � Prepare lighting photometric calculation and branch circuiting and load calculations. � Assisting with gathering on-site data under leadership from Project Discipline Team Leader or Supervisor. � Preparing drawing layout and format utilizing HED style guides and manuals. � Developing project details under Discipline Team Leader or Supervisor. � Performing related duties as required under leadership from Project Discipline Team Leader, designated Team Member, or Supervisor. Job Qualifications: � Bachelor's degree preferred or pursuit of related engineering degree. � LEED Accredited preferred. � Good written and verbal communication skills. � Computer literacy (Microsoft based Office suite) required, CADD / Revit experience greatly preferred. � Self-motivated, enthusiastic and flexible. Other Job Information (if applicable):

Skills

electrical engineering, autocad, electricity, leadership, revit, lighting, documentation, drawing, design, calculations, solidworks, labview, circuit analysis, ni labview, ni multisim

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