Washington University in St Louis Graduate Intern Program - Electrical Engineering
- Aerospace and Electronic Systems
Job Title:Washington University in St Louis Graduate Intern Program - Electrical Engineering
For over 100 years, Boeing has shaped the course of human history through aerospace innovations. Today, because of our amazing people and powerful technologies, our products connect the globe, protect freedom, and advance scientific discovery around the world. From the depths of the ocean, to Mars and beyond, we're inspiring the next century of explorers – we invite you to join us on the journey ahead!
As an intern at Boeing, you’ll gain hands-on experience, learn from experts, and collaborate with teams that do truly amazing things.
Over the course of the 12-15 month internship experience you will have the opportunity to:
* Work directly with a mentor in your field of study while finding solutions to real world problems
* Experience our products up close by touring our state-of-the-art manufacturing and research facilities
* Interact directly with our company leaders to discuss strategy and the future of Boeing
* Build a lasting professional network through social events and engaging activities
* Gain the skills and knowledge to become a future leader in the aerospace industry
The Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) Electrical Engineering organization is looking for student interns to assist with the design, development, analysis, testing, certification and delivery of a wide variety of aerospace products in St Louis through the Washington University Graduate Intern program.
Assignments are available in the areas of avionics/electronics/electromagnetics design; hardware/software subsystems analysis and development; and system integration & test for a variety of new capabilities for military aircraft and missile systems. Responsibilities include assisting with the developing / analyzing electronic and electrical system requirements, developing and/or modifying basic hardware and software designs, coordinating with suppliers and customers, performing system requirements verification testing, resolving product integration issues and production anomalies and researching basic technologies for potential application to company business needs.
Our engineering philosophy is to grow well-rounded engineers by having them participate in all phases of create, development, produce, and support.
Please take this opportunity to join our team!
/ Basic Qualifications: /
* Candidates must have completed their BS degree in engineering (and be accepted to Washington University MS degree program in Engineering) prior to starting their internship.
* This is a regional St Louis/Boeing Defense Systems program so all positions will be based in St Louis to enable interns to continue studies at Washington University in St Louis.
* This position requires an active (or ability to obtain) U.S. Security Clearance, for which the U.S. Government requires U.S. Citizenship.
/ Preferred Qualifications: /
* Experience with RF, firmware, FPGAs, antennas, electro-magnetics/electro-magnetic compatibility is desirable but not required. Experience working in a lab environment (e.g. Hardware/Software interfaces/integration, creating/conducting configuration testing, troubleshooting, proficiency using general lab equipment such as oscilloscopes, meters and analyzers) is highly desirable, but not required.
* Applicants must have good communication, analytical, and organizational skills and be able to work in a team environment - previous design team or special project team participation is desired.
/ Additional Information and Guidance: /
Interns will be selected to align with the internship positions available, and the candidate’s career aspirations.
Clearly state you’re cumulative GPA, degree type with major, and expected M.S. graduation date (month & year) on your resume. To qualify, candidates must be have completed a Bachelor's degree program. A minimum overall GPA of 3.2 is preferred.
Candidates will be notified if they are to be offered a position in the Wash U Graduate Intern program starting either in June or August 2017. Interns will work a maximum of 32.2 hour/week flexible schedule enabling them to continue their graduate engineering studies at Washington University in St Louis, typically a 12 – 15 month curricula.
**Job:** **Intern-Student Engineer*
**Organization:** **BMA Engineering*
**Title:** *Washington University in St Louis Graduate Intern Program - Electrical Engineering*
**Location:** *Missouri-Saint Louis*
**Requisition ID:** *1700002854*
**Other Locations:** *United States-Missouri-Saint Charles*
Company:The Boeing Company
Location:Saint Louis, MO, 63108, USA