The Engineering Intern provides process engineering support with field data collection, monitoring, and data analysis for the Engineering Department. The intern position works to provide up-to-date information on the critical membrane processes at one of the largest water recycling facilities in the country. The desired candidate should be a sophomore or junior majoring in engineering at an accredited college/university. The position is a yearlong internship
Reports to the Engineering Manager.
The position requires the selected candidate to work between 16-20 hours per week (not to exceed 1,000 hours annually) during the calendar year. The position is not entitled to any company benefits.
Perform field data collection on various MF/RO Processes.
Collect, compile, and analyze water recycling data for reports, monitoring, and process control.
Perform process troubleshooting under the guidance of Process Engineers.
May oversee small-scale projects to for process optimization or safety improvement.
. Skillset Required:
Sophomore/Junior at an accredited college/university majoring in Civil, Environmental, Mechanical, or Chemical Engineering required.
?Valid CA Driver’s License required.
?Access to a personal vehicle needed for travel to and from offsite facilities as needed
Fundamental knowledge of chemistry, physics, fluid dynamics/hydraulics, engineering principles,
?Experience in a laboratory setting a plus.
?Basic understanding of water, wastewater, and/or water recycling treatment processes a plus.
- Possess proficient computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
?Possess effective communication skills in both written and oral format.
- Be comfortable performing analyses and data collection in an industrial-type setting.