Current Job Opportunities

Posted 2/13/17

SolutionReach Computer Engineering Internship:

Advanced Real Time Information Systems (Artis) 

Junior Embedded Software Engineer


Posted 2/9/17

Ubiquiti Networks Full-time or Internship

Apply at the Job URL

Submit your resume together with a cover letter including a link to a project you worked on to show your proficiency in embedded systems and Linux.


Posted 2/2/17

Engineering Department Work Study Lab Aide

Are you extremely organized?  Would you like to work for the Engineering Department faculty?


Posted 1/30/17

American Nutrition Internship

American Nutrition needs some interns for the following work:

Project Scope of Work

·         Identifying and labeling equipment
         Identifying each part of each piece of equipment
         Labeling each part and entering it into our inventory system
         Corresponding parts with inventory numbers to bin locations

What we have is approximately 2,000 pieces of equipment that have been entered to our current maintenance system, but they now need all of their parts entered with them. They have just entered the piece of equipment, for example, they entered the palletizer, the case-packer, the extruder. So what we need to do is identify ever part for every piece of equipment and enter them into our maintenance program. For example, the palletizer has hoist chains, sprockets, sensors, drive motors, gear boxes, drive belts, electrical components, breakers, VFD’s, PLC’s, etc. The most challenging part of this equation is matching the parts to our current inventory and then integrating it with our maintenance program. These interns would be supervised and work directly with myself as this is my current project. I’m not sure what kind of pay it would take to bring a couple of intelligent individuals in. I’m guessing $14 or $15 an hour. This will be a 6-8-month project, and will start right away, I can easily see it going at least 8 months or longer. It will most likely go all the way through the summer. Saturdays are available, I would hope we could get at least 20 to 30 hours a week out of these individuals. Once summer hits if they are available for 40 hours a week we could certainly accommodate

Dave Lusk
Project Manager and Safety Coordinator
801-394-3477 Ext. 1254



Posted 1/26/17

Northrop Grumman

Kyle Tensmeyer, a former Weber EE graduate who is an Electrical Engineer at Northrop Grumman, contacted us regarding openings they have for Electrical Engineers.  He would be your "foot in the door" if you may be interested:  Here is his email:

 I emailed Dr. Jackson yesterday about some job openings for Northrop Grumman and after receiving some additional details today about the job opportunities, my mangers were asking us to reach out to the colleges we attended so that we could hire some local talent.  There are about 10 Electrical Engineering Internships for this summer and they are needing applications ASAP because they will be doing interviews here in the next month or so.  Also, if you are aware of any new graduates looking for jobs or engineers graduating this spring, Northrop Grumman is in desperate need of full-time Electrical Engineers.  They can apply by going to Northrop Grumman’s website ( and select the Careers tab.  Afterwards, click “Search Jobs” on the bottom of the page, then select the “Students and New Graduates button.  For those applying for the internship, they can type in Hill AFB in the location and Electrical in the Job title section and the position should pop up.  If they are new graduates, if they don’t see any Electrical Engineering jobs during their search for Electrical Engineering jobs, have them contact me because Northrop is currently preparing all of the job requisitions.  Also, it would be good for all who apply to send me their resume so I can get it directly to a manager. 

Thank you,

(From Northrop Grumman:)

We're 75,000 people from different backgrounds moving toward one destination:
global security.  Our mission of global security unites people of different cultures,
experiences, ideas, genders, and work styles.

As part of our team, you’ll discover that diversity is more than a written policy: we live and breathe it.
Our intern program accepts the best and brightest college students in STEM
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields of study, ready to 
learn, to be inspired, and inspire us as we seek the future workforce of scientists,
engineers, and technicians who will join our mission to protect the world.
Across our career areas and around the globe, we see the value of our
performance every day. We are Northrop Grumman. And freedom is
at the heart of what we do.

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internships and full time positions in: Electrical Engineering

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Systems Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
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Posted 1/24/17

Electrical Engineer - Monnit Corporation (Salt Lake City)

Firmware Engineer Intern - Biofire (Salt Lake City)

Junior Developer - Packsize LLC (Salt Lake City)

Northrop Grumman's Technology Services is hosting a special invitation-only hiring event supporting HAFB:
February 16, 8:00 - 4:00 PM

Electrical or Electronics Engineer - Boeing (HAFB)

Electrical Engineer - Lockheed (HAFB)

Utah Engineering Internships


Posted 1/17/17

Electronics Support Technician

Express Employment is seeking an Electronics Support Technician for one of our clients in Logan, UT. This is a full-time position with benefits including health insurance, retirement, paid holiday, and profit sharing. Pay starts at $20-$25/hour DOE. Mon-Fri.

The Electronics Support Technician will provide technical customer support via phone and email, in addition to the creation and handling of Return Material Authorization (RMA) requests.

Responsibilities include :

  • The troubleshooting, repair, and recalibration of various electronic assemblies and instrumentation while maintaining excellent records and communication with the customer throughout the entire RMA process.
  • Support in the fabrication of prototypes and development of new products, processes, and procedures when needed.


  • Extensive knowledge of electronics and troubleshooting techniques
  • Attention to detail with an emphasis on quality assurance and product improvement
  • Driven to develop a technical knowledge of all products
  • Strong technical communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Maintain clean and organized workspace
  • Enthusiasm in being part of a small, growing company
  • Be capable of lifting up to 25 lbs.

Desirable Skills:

  • Associates degree in Electronics Technology or equivalent job experience
  • IPC 610, 7711, J-STD-001 certified
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment with a push toward Lean methods

If you are looking for a long term career in a fast growing company with amazing work environment CALL US NOW 435-213-9595 for more information, or APPLY at

Express Employment Professionals began franchising in 1983 and is the largest privately held staffing firm in North America. Our ownership team operates in Logan, UT at 1545 North Main, Suite 100. In 2015 Express put over 500,000 people to work worldwide and that number is rapidly climbing in 2016.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $20.00 to $25.00 /hour

Required education:

  • Associate

Required experience:

  • Technical Support: 2 years
  • Electronic Engineering: 3 years
  • Troubleshooting: 2 years

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Posted 1/17/17

Northrop Grumman Internship

2017 Electrical Engineer - Internship   

Requisition ID: 16029878

United States-Utah-Hill AFB

US Citizenship Required for this Position: Yes
Relocation Assistance: No relocation assistance available

Yes, 10 % of the Time

We’re a team of new graduates and experienced professionals, collaborating to achieve our goals. Our teams work with pride across business units toward a common goal: global security. Together, we protect our troops, public safety, information, and our planet. It's unique work. It's challenging and rewarding. But most of all, it’s the work that makes a difference. Join us and discover all you can achieve.

Our Technology Services team is recognized as a global provider of innovative, cost effective solutions. From sustainment and modernization, supply chain management, training and simulation, and high technology services, we offer a full-spectrum of support.

Northrop Grumman is seeking Electrical Engineers to join the Technology Services Intern Program.

As an intern, you’ll participate in an internship program to develop competencies in a variety of electrical engineering specializations that may include:

  • Providing program support in electronics and power system sustainment electrical engineering actions and upgrades
  • Performance of all phases of associated programs from inception through completion
  • Research and determine requirements for electrical components and systems
  • Development of electrical cables and systems design
  • Support of programs in optimizing the systems through scripting and process flow improvements
  • Designing integrated workflow systems, circuit design and packaging of electronic assemblies
  • Performing engineering analysis and evaluating for technical feasibility
  • Solving complex technical issues with limited supervision

The Technology Services Intern Program is a key strategy in our college recruiting program.  The objective is to provide our interns with practical experience and to combine that experience with a targeted development program.  The experience, education and enrichment we offer our interns prepare them for fulltime employment within their chosen professions.

 Basic Qualifications:

  • Actively enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Computer, or other technical discipline from  an accredited institution
  • 3.0 GPA or higher (unofficial academic transcripts must be provided at time of application by uploading the documents to your profile)
  •  Ability to obtain U.S. Government security clearance (U.S. citizenship)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3.7 GPA or higher
  • Internship experience, leadership & teamwork experience, interpersonal communications skills, and/or involvement with Diversity & Inclusion organizations.
  • Active secret clearance

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Posted 1/11/17

Cencor LLC

CenCore, LLC is a US Federal Government contractor specializing in intelligence operations and analysis, IT, and security with connections and work for multiple three-letter agencies. It is currently looking to fill open positions for an Access Control Specialist (ACS) position at Top-Secret Government facilities in several locations including: D.C./Maryland; Augusta, Georgia; San Antonio, Texas; and Oahu, Hawaii. This opportunity should be most applicable and of greatest interest to your students interested in working for the CIA, FBI, NSA, the Defense Department, or the State Department at any point in time in their post-graduate future as it offers one of the highest-level clearances available at no cost to them (TS/SCI/TK and a Full-Scope Polygraph if you are familiar with the community) and because it allows them to claim experience with a government contractor on their resume.

 Because of the enormous outlay of CenCore’s resources in the clearance process, this position requires an eight-month commitment; however, a student may continue employment beyond the eight months if they choose to do so. Graduated students or soon-to-be graduates will also be considered for other opportunities within CenCore once they have fulfilled their time as an ACS.

Please have interested students send their resume to me at I will also be happy to answer any further questions about the opportunity.


 Taylor Bond
CenCore, LLC

Program Management 
w: 385-375-8283

fax: 866-663-5052


Posted 12/6/16

STEM Educator


JOB TITLE              SALARY      ISSUE
Youth Educator   $11.00/HR    12-2-2016
USU Extension Service - 19 hours per week, no benefits

JOB SUMMARY: Work as a team with Utah State University (USU) Extension faculty and staff to provide 4-H youth programming with an emphasis on integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) in the community.

MAJOR DUTIES: Organize and teach workshops/camps and contests in the community. Establish collaborations and form partnerships with other local/state/federal agencies and other educational entities in order to further the 4-H program in the county. Help to organize and maintain 4-H resources. Recruit and assist adult and youth volunteers to teach, build and strengthen the 4-H program in Weber County. Support the civil rights mandate of Utah State University Extension and implement innovative approaches to reach diverse audiences. Fulfill University Extension requirements for reporting and evaluation. Other related work as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate with at least six months experience and/or education working with youth.  Must be able to work effectively with volunteers, youth and families.  Must be available during the afterschool hours of approximately 1 pm-8 pm and possibility of an occasional Saturday  Self-starter with good follow through and ability to work with little supervision.  Must own vehicle that can be used for work purposes.  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.  Ability to multitask and set priorities; ability to follow written and verbal instructions.  Outstanding time management skills.  Basic Microsoft Office and computer skills.  Employment contingent upon cleared background check.  Must be able to pass a background check.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  College education in social science or youth development education.  Experience teaching in a hands-on/learning by doing environment.  Knowledge of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) abilities.  Knowledge and experience of current technology and computer hardware, computer software, including word processing.  Ability to speak Spanish.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The employee must be able to meet the physical demands as described to perform the essential functions successfully on this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit and talk or hear and listen. The employee is occasionally required to walk; use hands to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

POSITION OPENED UNTIL FILLED: APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED TO: Weber County H.R., 2380 Washington Blvd., 3rd Floor, Suite 340, Ogden, Utah 84401