Electrical/Mechanical/Civil Engineering Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Stantec, Inc.
Auburn, NH
Closed
Posted 55 Days ago
Stantec, Inc.
Auburn, NH
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 55 Days ago
Closed

Description

Your Opportunity This position will be responsible for working primarily with the Fuel System Engineering Group in the Auburn, NH or Scarborough, ME office, athough work with other groups, including environmental and civil engineering may be included. Duties will include both in the office work as well as field work in a variety of outdoor weather conditions. Office work to include CAD drafting, code/regulatory review and reporting, drawing printing and assembly, report printing and assembly, review, and quality assurance. Out of office work to include construction observation and site inspection. Regional travel/day trips to other New England offices may be included. It is assumed that the summer internship position will end at the end of August, or at the commencement of the university academic fall semester. Capabilities and Credentials Experience with AutoCAD, MS Word, and MS Excel is required Detail orientation, strong writing skills, and ability to communicate and work with a team are all important qualities. Successful candidates will be a self starter who has the ability to identify daily needs and assist as necessary to complete client assignments Education The successful candidate will be actively enrolled in an accredited Bachelor's or Master's program majoring in mechanical electrical, structural or civil engineering. Job: Co-op/Summer/Intern Student Primary Location: United States-New Hampshire-Auburn Other Locations: United States-Maine-Scarborough Organization: BC-1956 Environmental Services-US New England Employee Status: Temporary Job Level: Entry Level Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time Schedule: Full-time Job Posting: Feb 8, 2019, 10:15:02 AM Req ID: 190000JR

Skills

autocad, civil engineering, cad, microsoft excel, microsoft word, construction, inspection, drawing, organization, quality assurance, writing, scheduling, field work, maya, university teaching

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