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Instrument & Controls Engineering Summer Intern - Electrical/Mechanical/Chemical Engineering

An Instrument & Controls Engineering Intern will work in a collaborative environment within either the Oil, Gas & Chemical / Energy / or Global Facilities Global Practice. Interns will assist either multi-disciplinary or controls-specific engineering teams in developing Instrument & Controls Engineering design packages and support maintenance of capital projects in a variety of locations.
  • Assist in preparing control systems (DCS and/or PLC), Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS), Analyzers, Valves, Instruments, Vibration Monitoring Systems, etc. 
  • Assist in designing control system logic and configuration, graphic interfaces, and Input/Output (I/O) lists. 
  • Assist in coordinating and managing Instrument Index and control system input/out (I/O) lists, working in smart tools, e.g. Smart Plaint Instrumentation (SPI).
  • Assist in coordinating and managing all vendor I/O and instrument lists; coordinate I/O to determine partitioning of the control system hardware.
  • Assist with control system upgrades and migrations.
  • Assist in verifying and performing design calculations, project studies and report preparation.
  • Assist with the preparation of instrumentation design deliverables, including Instrument List, Instrument Construction Specifications, Instrument Installation Details, and Instrument Location Plans.
  • Assist with ad hoc projects as assigned by managers.
  • All other duties as assigned. 

  • Pursuit of Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical Engineering or related degree from an accredited program 
  • Currently enrolled, and in good standing, in a post-secondary education program in a field related to the work done in the department.
  • Minimum of a 3.0 GPA strongly preferred.
  • Prior internship and/or related consulting experience preferred.
  • Actively involved in campus, community or other volunteer activities or organizations.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills.
  • Basic knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office programs, including, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Self-motivated and eager learner, aptitude to grow and develop within the field.
  • Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis without requiring future sponsorship for employment visa status.