Internship Materials / Chemical Engineering
Westinghouse Electric Company
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Internship – Materials / Chemical Engineering Are you interested in being part of an innovative team that supports Westinghouse’s mission to provide clean energy solutions? At Westinghouse, we recognize that our employees are our most valuable asset and we seek to identify, attract and recruit the most qualified talent while recognizing and encouraging the value of diversity in the global workplace. If you are interested in being a part of a company that values exceeding customer expectations and providing future generations around the globe with emission-free energy, we want to hear from you. Westinghouse is seeking 2021 Summer Interns for technical engineering positions. Your Day-to-Day – Providing engineering design and/or analysis for nuclear power plants, products, including fuel manufacturing, spent-fuel management, service and maintenance, instrumentation and control, and training – Interfacing with customers, vendors and other internal functional groups on engineering level to obtain information necessary to perform work assignments; – Planning and scheduling work to meet assignment requirements. Please note that by submitting to this position, your application will be considered for all internship opportunities at each Westinghouse location. Who You Are As a successful candidate, you will bring the following to the team: – Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering Discipline (Materials / Chemical Engineering). – Minimum GPA of 3.0 strongly preferred. – Completion of Sophomore year of college – Must be able to work a minimum of 8 weeks; 10 plus weeks preferred. – US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Employment opportunities may require access to information which is subject to the export control regulations of the United States. Hiring decisions for such positions are required by law to be made in compliance with these regulations. Applicants for employment opportunities in other countries must be able to meet the comparable export control requirements of that country and of the United States.