Electrical Engineer Summer Intern - Applied Science - Albuquerque
Our Applied Science practice leverages a unique combination of technologies and expertise to engineer practical solutions to problems of national and international importance. We apply expertise in solid and fluid dynamics, materials science, acoustics, risk assessments and computational simulation methods to solve complex problems. We preform research, mathematical modeling, software development and design to manage risks to life safety in military platforms and installations, ships and submarines, critical infrastructure, tall buildings, public facilities, industrial and petrochemical plants and automotive and airborne vehicles. Military, government, corporate and academic clients’ value the validation of Applied Science’s software and the critical insights gained from correlating analysis with testing.
Opportunity to work on and learn from client funded projects as an intern under the supervision of licensed engineers. The successful candidate will be able to work as part of a team of engineers and architects on all phases of Electrical Engineering design and analysis for a variety of multidisciplinary Architectural & Engineering projects. Project phases will range from early programmatic studies, to design development, and construction administration. The ideal candidate is eager to learn from experience engineers.
- Entry level understanding of electrical engineering design and analysis concepts.
- Interest in designing power, lighting, controls and special systems.
- Experience with Microsoft Office programs such as Word, EXCEL, Power Point, etc.
- A working knowledge of AutoCAD.
- A self-motivating eager to learn personality desired.
- Currently pursuing a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering
- Completed college level coursework in power systems (generation, transmission, distribution, etc.).
- A working knowledge of Microstation and REVIT.
- Knowledge of electrical engineering as it is applied to buildings, power distribution, site lighting/power and overall electrical design for facilities