Current Job Opportunities

Posted 5/15/17

Pathways Intern Program at Hill Air Force Base

The federal government benefits from a diverse workforce that includes students and recent graduates, who infuse the workplace with their enthusiasm, talent and fresh perspectives.


  • The Pathways Intern Program provides students with paid internships and the possibility of getting a permanent position upon graduation.
    • Internship work is related to the student’s academic career goals or field of study.
  • Students are responsible for their own educational expenses.
  • Interns are responsible for their own commuting and living expenses.
  • Students have flexible work schedules, and school is always the priority.
    • Some interns within commuting distance choose to work part-time throughout the year.
    • Others choose to work full-time during summer break. 


  • All eligibility requirements and qualification standards are included in each Pathways Intern announcement on USAJOBS.
  • At the time of application, students must either be currently enrolled, or accepted for enrollment:
    • In a qualifying educational institution ;
    • On a half- to full-time basis (as determined by the school); and
    • Pursuing a degree and coursework that will meet the occupation’s (e.g., electronics engineer, computer scientist, etc.) mandatory education requirement.
  • Applicants must be age 16 or older.
  • Interns may be legal U.S. residents, but U.S. citizenship is required to be eligible for permanent positions.
  • Male students must be registered for selective service if required:


  • The ONLY way to apply for Federal Pathways positions at Hill Air Force Base (AFB) is through USAJOBS.
    • Nationwide public notices promote fairness, transparency, and equal opportunity.
    • Veteran’s preference applies to Pathways Intern selections.
  • Go to the USAJOBS homepage at and create an account.
  • Set up a “Saved Search” to be alerted to Pathways Intern announcements so that you will not miss any opportunities.
    • Set up a search for the keyword “Pathways”. 
    • Hit the blue search button, and then refine your search by typing in “Hill AFB” as a location.
    • Click on the “Save current search” tab and select “daily” frequency for updates.
  • Click on an announcement for details about eligibility requirements, salary and how to apply.


  • Participants are paid using the same pay scale as for other federal employees.
    • Salary range is listed on each USAJOBS announcement. 
    • (2017) GS-04 Step 1 pay is $14.07 per hour. (Undergrad working towards BS degree.)
  • Interns earn “leave” credit for illness and vacation, and are eligible for health and life insurance options.


  • Each Pathways Intern enters into an Individual Participant Agreement that clearly identifies expectations:
    • General description of duties to be performed;
    • Length of the appointment and termination date;
    • Work schedule;
    • Evaluation procedures; and
    • Minimum eligibility requirements for non-competitive conversion to a term or permanent position.
  • The Pathways Intern must maintain their student status and meet the requirements of the Individual Participant Agreement throughout the duration of their internship appointment.


  • To be eligible for non-competitive conversion to a permanent position, a Pathways Intern must:
    • Be a U.S. citizen.
    • Complete his/her designated academic course of study, within the preceding 120-day period.
    • Meet all qualification and eligibility standards for the position to which being converted.
    • Meet all other requirements set forth in the Individual Participant Agreement.
    • Complete at least 640 hours of work experience acquired through the Internship Program while enrolled as half- or full-time degree-seeking student.
    • The federal agency may waive up to 320 of the required 640 hours of work for Interns that demonstrate exceptional job performance; and
    • Graduate with an overall GPA of 3.5 or better;
    • Have standing in the top 10% of the graduating class; and/or
    • Have been inducted into a nationally-recognized scholastic honor society.


  • Conversion to permanent positions is not mandatory or guaranteed.  
  • If the federal agency decides to convert a Pathways Intern, that conversion must take place within 120 days of successful completion of the degree.
    • The 120-day clock for non-competitive conversion starts when the student completes academic requirements for the degree (as determined by school), and not from the actual graduation date, which might be weeks or months later.
    • If eligible graduates are not converted within this window of time, then their employment must end because they no longer meet the legal definition of “student” under the Pathways Intern Program.



Posted 5/10/17

Rocky Mountain Power Internships

Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors - INTERNSHIPS (Portland and SLC)

- Pay is $15.50-$20.50 depending on level in your program and skills. Internships run year round and until you graduate with intent to hire directly based on performance.

F/T positions for Seniors and grads:

If you apply, please send me your resume and let me know you have so I can contact the recruiter directly. Interviews are already being scheduled!!

Kim Ealy
Career Advisor/Coordinator
College of Engineering, Applied Science, and Technology
1447 Edvalson Street, Dept 1801
Ogden UT 84408-1801

(801) 626-6877 
For appointments, please use the BOOK ME link here:


Posted 5/3/17

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Posted 4/24/17

Northrop Grumman

GSSC Electrical Engineer 2

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading company whose work with cutting-edge technology is driven by something human: the lives our technology protects? If so, Northrop Grumman may be the place for you. It's not the systems that drive us: it's the soldier our systems bring home. It's not just the equipment that motivates us: it's the people our equipment protects. It's not the innovation that gets us up in the morning: it's whom those innovations serve. We're united by our work to help people and protect the world. And that mission makes our team even stronger.

When you join Northrop Grumman, you'll have the opportunity to connect with coworkers in an environment that's uniquely caring, diverse, and respectful. Employees share experiences, insights, perspectives, and creative solutions with some of the best minds in the industry. We collaborate through integrated product teams, cross-functional teams, and employee resource groups, while thriving through the support of training and development, mentors and every day coaching, along with extensive health and work/life benefits. We're committed to our employees' professional and personal development and success.

Northrop Grumman recruits top talent with traditional and non-traditional backgrounds in order to ensure our team is united, connected, skilled, focused and innovative. An inclusive workplace of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives is the key to our performance. At Northrop Grumman, we want our employees to bring their whole self to work. All your different sides are welcome here, as we believe they make our team, our products and our services, that much better.

Northrop Grumman Technology Services at Hill AFB is seeking Electronic/Electrical Engineers in the areas of to Design Electronic Circuits, Printed Circuit Board Design, Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and Other Electronic Systems, Electromagnetic Environmental Effects, Embedded Systems and Communications. Northrop Grumman supports the Air Force's sustainment, development, production and deployment of hardware and system modifications for Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Ground and Airborne Launch Control Systems, Launch

Facilities and associated infrastructure.

The successful applicant will:

  • Apply the principles of engineering to design components and systems using applicable standards and specification
  • Participate in research, planning, design and development of electrical systems
  • Model circuits, analyze performance data, perform data processing
  • Perform requirements analysis, develop source data for requirements, generate test requirements and prepare test reports
  • Verify designs through simulation and laboratory to ensure they meet electrical, mechanical, electromagnetic and EMI/
  • EMC requirements
  • Support design process from requirements definition through integration and test
  • Maintain design documentation and follow configuration management requirements
  • Interface with AF customer

Basic Qualifications

  • Minimum of a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics or Mathematics
  • 2 years of experience with Bachelors in Science; 0 years with Masters;
  • US Citizen able to obtain a Secret Security clearance
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Active Secret Security clearance
  • 2 years of experience with ICBM Weapon System
  • Experience with any of the following tools: OrCAD, MicroCap, Altium, ANSYS, HFSS, FEKO, CST, Satellite Tool Kit
  • Communications Tool Kit software, MATLAB, Verilog (VHDL), LabView, assembly, C/C ,
  • 2 years of experience in any of the following areas:
  • Communications
  • Landline and Wireless Telephone communications, communication networks and communications architecture, VoIP and
  • 802.3 protocol knowledge
  • Electromagnetic Environment Effects (E3)
  • EMP, EMI/EMC, Lightning, TEMPEST, grounding, hazards of electromagnetic radiation, radiation testing, thermal stress,
  • shock/vibration, salt/fog, other environmental issues
  • Embedded Systems
  • Microprocessor design, microcontroller design, ASIC, structured ASIC, peripheral interface standard design, system level modeling, system architectures, electrical/mechanical interfaces


Posted 4/17/17


Junior Electrical Engineer Job at KIHOMAC in Clearfield, Layton and Roy, UT  

Electrical Engineer


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Start Date:
Upon Hire
Employment Term:
Employment Type:
Full Time
Hours per Week:
Starting Salary Range:
Not Provided
Required Education:
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience:
0 to 2 years
Required Security Clearance:
Related Categories:
Engineering - Electrical

Position Description

  • Education/Training (both required and desired):
    • Bachelors Degree in relevant engineering or science discipline required 
  • Experience:
    • 0+ years of professional experience in the required task area
  • Security:
    • Must be a US citizen
    • Ability to obtain a security clearance may be required
  • Expertise and Functions 
  • Perform entry-level technical analysis associated with the assigned task area for problems with specific objectives and requiring investigation of a limited number of variables
  • Some exercise of judgment is required on task details and in making recommendations on technical alternatives, component design or selection, and/or adaptation to meet assigned requirements
  • Perform duties under supervision of senior engineer(s)
  • Capable of following, performing, and recording the results of the execution of a test plan.
  • Any knowledge of or experience with digital imaging, digital video recording and processing is a plus
  • Other duties as assigned



CODE Advanced Barcode Readers 

Electrical Engineer Internship - Draper, UT

Code is a technology leader in the design, development and manufacture of the latest generation of image-based barcode readers. Using advanced high-definition and multi-resolution optics, coupled with cabled and wireless communication options, including Bluetooth, our product suite is ergonomically designed to expedite data collection tasks and enhance productivity for the mobile worker. The Code product line is used in critical applications within healthcare, public safety, manufacturing, transportation, retail and a range of other diverse industries.

Code provides reading and decoding of all open barcode symbologies. In addition, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, USA, and has regional headquarters in China, Singapore and The Netherlands.

As an Electrical Engineer Intern you will be responsible to test, analyze, and/or develop system hardware. Troubleshoots and debugs system level problems down to root causes with respect to circuit design, firmware and component failures. Interface with the team on electrical system component designs. Design and conduct system level and component level engineering verification and validation testing.

Perks to being a Code Intern at Code

  • As an intern you are an intimate part of the entire design process from the initial design concept, to prototype, to testing, to mass production.
  • Gain real-world exposure to problems and issues that perhaps are not found in textbooks.
  • Increase your marketability to employers. (Including Code; many of our internships become full time employment)
  • "Try before you buy" experience, as an intern you will get to evaluate Code or even the career paths prior to committing to full-time employment.
  • Increase your self-confidence in the workplace, while easing the transition from being a student to entering the workforce.
  • Have resume building experience while applying concepts and principles you have learned during school.
  • Receive hands-on experience and exposure to real world scenarios.
  • Network with professionals in your field, for references and future job opportunities.
  • Earn income; all Code internships are paid an hourly wage.
  • Code offers flexible hours for our interns

Code (Global HQ)
12393 S. Gateway Park Place
Suite 600
Draper, Utah 84020

Phone: (801) 495-2200


TDW Electrical Engineer I Co-op

Salt Lake City
Posted Date 

More information about this job:


TD Williamson is looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic electrical engineering co-op who will advance TDW Inline Inspection (ILI) systems by helping design and test high-end embedded data acquisition systems that run in extreme industrial environments. Conduct the development and modification of electronic systems by evaluating, selecting, and applying engineering techniques, processes, and criteria. These acquisition systems include micro-processors, DSPs, FPGA, communication interfaces, and memory elements.


  • Design improvements and sustainment of data acquisition systems utilized in extreme industrial environments
  • Assist with schematic capture, PCB layout, power systems, and embedded systems designs utilized in pipeline inspection systems
  • Embedded systems programming using C, Verilog.
  • Communication and memory interfaces.


  • Currently enrolled in a BS, MS, or Ph.D. academic program (Electrical Engineering or related) with GPA of 3.0 or greater

  • Knowledge of electronic circuits and principles.
  • An interest and aptitude in analog and digital circuit design and measurement
  • An interest and aptitude in semiconductor device physics and integrated circuit design.
  • Desirable knowledge/experience includes familiarity with Altium or similar design tools.
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office (Excel and Word), Visio, and have an aptitude for quickly learning other company-specific software.
  • Self-starter with a strong work ethic and excellent time management skills.
  • Good communication, organization, and documentation skills.
  • Hands on experience with Arduino systems is desirable.