I'd like some information on what a work day is like for a rotating equipment engineer intern at ExxonMobil.

I'd like some information on what a work day is like for a rotating equipment engineer intern at ExxonMobil.
2018-11-13T20:11:55Z 1
2018-11-13T20:11:55Z

Former Rotating Equipment Engineer (Intern) at ExxonMobil Corporation

over 1 year ago
An intern at ExxonMobil is very productive for personal growth and development. Interns at ExxonMobil are expected not only to learn, but are given projects and tasks to complete which contribute meaningful value to the corporation.
Specifically for Rotating Equipment Engineering Interns, you will be expected to work with experienced engineers both from the central engineering office and at individual sites to identify root cause of failures of equipment, design new or upgrades for existing equipment, and actively participate and contribute towards the company's safety culture. Interns will also be expected to attend meetings and shadow more experienced engineers, as well as attend online/classroom training to learn enough to begin making meaningful contributions to the team.
Most intern positions are expected to be full-time (40 Hours/Week), unless otherwise noted during the interview process.
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