Current Job Opportunities

Posted 1/28/16

Autoliv Internship

Autoliv ASP, Inc., a world leader in the manufacture of life-saving devices, is currently accepting applications for paid, full-time engineering internships for the summer of 2016 at Autoliv’s Module Facility located in Ogden, Utah.                                                                                       

Internships will be available in production engineering groups and interns will be working with current quality, process and design engineers to improve current production processes and also to be involved in designing new processes.   The intern will be required to build airbag modules and components, perform tests, perform functional and engineering analysis, design, collect data, write test reports and prepare and make development presentations under supervision from current engineers.

Qualified candidates will be in their junior or senior year pursuing a technical engineering degree (mechanical, electrical, manufacturing, chemical) at an accredited university.

Successful applicants must have strong engineering and communication skills, be able to work with little supervision, have a good work ethic, be a team player, follow through on commitments, have design aptitude, be a visual thinker, be detail oriented, and have an ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks.

This is a paid internship at $15.00 per hour, and there is a potential for part-time work once school is back in session.

Application Instructions:

To apply for this internship, please email a completed resume to Madelyn Roundy at madelyn.roundy@autoliv.com 
Autoliv is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.  Women and minority applicants are encouraged to apply.

Posting Start Date:     Monday, January 18, 2016
Posting End Date:       Monday, February 15, 2016

 

Posted 1/21/16

Northrop Grumman Internship

The Technical Services Sector of Northrop Corporation in Ogden has full time, PAID, internships available for the summer.  They are recruiting for these positions NOW!  The hourly wage is very competitive.  Below is an example job posting for the summer internship.  

Target Majors:  CS, IS&T, MET, and Electrical Engineering 

The qualified applicant will become part of Northrop Grumman’s Engineering and Systems Integration organization supporting the Air Force ICBM Program. The selected candidate will work in a dynamic people-focused environment where he/she will work directly with experienced engineers and scientists to enhance their skills and develop a higher level of confidence in their capabilities.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Assist in the engineering assessment, analysis and design of missile, aircraft and ground vehicle weapon systems and their subcomponents and payloads
  • Help in the coordination and development of engineering solutions
  • Research and determine requirements for components and systems
  • Derive technical data from test data and analysis
  • Defend engineering solutions during internal reviews
  • Other responsibilities may include: trade studies, project planning, cost estimating, system modeling, review of technical and management data, performance assessment, problem identification, corrective action planning and implementation

 Basic Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in or entering into an accredited college/university degree program pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Science or related program, but NOT planning to graduate prior to December 2016
  • Available to work full-time (40 hours per week) for a minimum of 10 weeks during summer 2015
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • U.S. Citizenship required

Preferred Qualifications:

  • GPA of 3.5 or better
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
  • Excellent leadership, written and verbal communications skills

If you are interested in applying, please email your cover letter and resume to:

Laini Hamilton
Systems Engineer
Northrop Grumman Engineering and System Integration
Laini.Hamilton@ngc.com

 

Posted 1/11/16

TOPE Technology: Jr. Electrical Engineer - ICBM

Jr. Electrical Engineer - ICBM
This is an excellent opportunity for an entry level electrical engineer to be part of an integrated product team supporting the integration of ICBM unique hardware and software requirements nuclear command, control and communications systems. 

We have three positions that will provide electrical engineering and expertise support to the government customer integrating requirements for the MMIII weapon system in accordance with United States Defense and Air Force directives including.  The candidate will participate in integrated product teams providing support in one of the following areas:  research, analysis and solution development; EMI/EMC shielding and nuclear hardening; or telemetry data extraction, analysis, mapping and statistical analysis.

Candidate must have Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics or Mathematics; two years’ engineering experience, intermediate skill and experience with MS Office, Excel, Word and PowerPoint; and strong communication skills.

Experience with Java; telemetry data streaming; NetAcquire; Smartronics; EMI/EMC shielding; Nuclear Effects on military systems; Configuration Management; MATLAB, Spice or Microcap; Hardened Electronics Radiation Effects Technology (HEART) or IEEE Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference (NSREC) is desirable.

College-level course experience with Fundamentals or Theory of Electricity & Magnetism; Electromagnetics & Transmission Lines; Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics; Antenna Theory and Design; Microwave Engineering; Wireless Communication; Semiconductor Physics; Radiation Effects on Electronics and Semiconductors; or Power System Design is desirable. 

The position requires the candidate be able to acquire or possess a SECRET security clearance.  

This is a challenging, but very rewarding, opportunity to work on a very complex system with Education Assistance.  Position is full time with benefits, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us.

Tope Technology, LLC provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or veteran status

Posted 12/16/15

Ogden School District Robotics/Engineering After School Program

Grammercy Elementary (OSD) is looking for someone to help run a robotics/engineering after school program. It would be 1-2 days a week for 2 hours a day.  We are short on staff to run those programs, but would be willing to offer the opportunity to a WSU computer science or engineering student who might be interested. 

$12.50 per hour,  background check would be done. 

Please contact Roger Snow - Ogden School District
snowr@ogdensd.org

 

Posted 11/24/15

Electrical Engineering Intern Position Available

Creative Digital Designs

Looking for a part time intern (Electrical Engineering or Computer
Engineering) to help out with contract engineering projects.  In the
past our interns have done everything from schematic design, programming
embedded Micros, soldering boards, trouble shooting boards, reverse
engineering boards, Bills of Materials, Documentation and what ever
needs to be done. 

Creative Digital Designs is a contract engineering company so exactly
what we work on depends on the current contract.  We are located in
Perry Utah which is about 15 min from the University.

Send resumes to:
Milo Whitehead
milowhitehead359@comcast.net

-- Robert Stewart (801-400-3255)