Systems Control, a division of Northern Star Industries, Inc.

  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEER INTERN/CO-OP

    Job Locations US-MI-Iron Mountain | US-MI-Houghton
    ID
    2015-1247
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

     Co-ops and interns

     

    Interested in launching your electrical engineering career with a growing company?  Would you like to become a valued member of a team of professionals who provide electrical engineering solutions that transform the electrical utility industry?  

     

    Responsibilities

    • We can provide you with a solid foundation in which you gain both hands-on and in-depth technical expertise with the fundamentals of electrical engineering
    • You will perform elementary analysis and design tasks under the supervision of a lead engineer
    • You will have the opportunity to work on multiple projects, including research, preparation and presentation of your findings to engineering and operations teams
    • Our goal is to help you not only become a better problem-solver, but to also focus on continuous improvement efforts across the organization   

    Qualifications

    Successful candidates will have:

    • completed 6+ semesters in an ABET accredited electrical engineering program, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (please indicate on resume)
    • Previous internship or co-op experience is beneficial
    • Previous experience with and/or coursework involving AutoCAD, Creo, and Power Systems knowledge is preferred

     

     

    Systems Control is North America's leader in the design and manufacturing of solutions that enable the delivery of energy to the world.

     

    Hear from our interns/Co-Ops about their Experience with Systems Control:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=vnUxSrk_vFs

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