R&D Engineer II | Los Alamos National Laboratory (EXP:UNR)

R&D ENGINEER II | LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Los Alamos National Laboratory is currently looking to hire approximately six engineers (electrical engineer and/or engineering physics preferred; mechanical engineer possible) at various levels in Instrumentation and Integration Team Leader TJ Ulrich’s team. The successful candidates will work closely with a diverse group of engineers, scientists, technologists, and technicians on projects and programs for both internal and external customers. The successful candidates will become members of Q-6 and be assigned to one of six teams (Stockpile Systems and Surveillance; Detonation Science; Timing, Firing, and Firesets; Life Extension Programs; War-Reserve Testing; and Local Testing and Advanced Characterization). The successful candidates will team with other Q-6 engineers/scientists in project areas such as detonator design, performance studies and modeling, detonator testing, implementation of new diagnostics, and design and qualification of electrical firesets. The successful candidates will work with other organizations to ensure programs are supported and deliverables are met. The successful candidates will work daily in a classified setting.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • BS in engineering from an Accreditation Board or Engineering Technology (ABET) college or university program is required; advanced degree in engineering is strongly preferred
  • United States citizenship
  • Demonstrated successful experience working in an integrated environment
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks in an environment of shifting priorities
  • Demonstrated expertise in mechanical design, electrical design, product engineering, and/or process engineering (more than three years of work experience)
  • Demonstrated experience of successful execution of complex tests and experiments, including publishing reports
  • Demonstrated experience in creative problem solving
  • Demonstrated experience in performing circuit simulation, finite-element, and/or hydrocode modeling
  • Strong presentation skills and experience interacting with all levels of personnel and customers

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
R&D Engineer II – Los Alamos National Laboratory (EXP)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should apply online or email TJ Ulrich, Ph.D. (Instrumentation and Integration Team Leader) directly with your résumé and cover letter to tju@lanl.gov.

Intern | Barrick (INT:UNR)

INTERN | BARRICK (INT:UNR)

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Be part of a twenty-first century mining company. Our vision is the generation of wealth through responsible mining — wealth for our owners, our people, and the countries and communities with which we partner.

We aim to be the leading mining company focused on gold, growing our cash flow per share by developing and operating high quality assets through disciplined allocation of human and financial capital and operational excellence.

By joining Barrick, you’ll be a valuable member of a friendly, diverse and high-achieving team. Our commitment to supporting career aspirations means genuine opportunities for a rewarding and exciting career that only a world-class gold mining company can provide.

Barrick’s successful track record in developing mines and bringing them into operation demonstrates best-in-class technical expertise. Barrick professionals are tops in their fields, so you will learn from and work with the best.

Our interns in Nevada will have an opportunity to complete challenging and rewarding projects in their field of study, working side by side with our professionals in the field. By applying for an internship opportunity, you may be considered for an internship at our Cortez District, Goldstrike Operations or Turquoise Ridge mine.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Preferred majors include computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering
  • Must be able to complete an internship lasting a minimum of ten (10) weeks between May 1 and September 1, 2018.
  • Must be enrolled in school for the Fall 2018 semester (proof of enrollment required).
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (transcripts required).
  • Must be able to pass Barrick’s pre-employment physical, which includes drug and alcohol testing as well as metals testing (where applicable).

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Intern – Barrick (INT)

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact DeDe Barker directly at (775) 934-6054 or email at dmbarker@barrick.com.

HP Corvallis Team | HP (INT/ELE/EXP:UNR)

Hewlett Packard (Corvallis Team) | HP

NOTE:  Join HP for an information session on Thursday, January 25 in HREL, room 109/110 from 6-8pm.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
HP is looking for several candidates to join the HP team in Corvallis, Oregon. HP develops technology for printers, printing Sprocket-sized memories to billboard signs. The HP team is dedicated to developing, manufacturing, and testing cutting edge products for the next wave of printing technology. Positions include, but are not limited to, MEMS engineers, fluidic architects, design engineers, writing system engineers, process and tooling engineers, and product engineers. Over fifty engineering internship and full-time positions are available across all science and engineering disciplines including, but not limited to:

  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Material science and engineering
  • Computer science and engineering

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Qualifications vary depending on positions. For a list of open positions and their specific qualifications, click here.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
HP Corvallis Team – HP (INT/ELE/EXP)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should apply online.

Summer Engineering Fellowship Program | Washington University in St. Louis (INT:UNR)

SUMMER ENGINEERING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM | WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
As an engineering school, Washington University in St. Louis aspires to discover the unknown, educate students, and serve society. The Washington University Summer Engineering Fellowship (WUSEF) Program is designed to encourage exceptional students from diverse backgrounds to participate in engineering research. Fellows will enjoy a rewarding summer research experience at one of the top universities in the United States. From May 29 through July 27, each fellow will engage in an independent research project under the guidance of a faculty member in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Projects will be in the general areas of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, computer science, and materials science. Benefits include research experience for undergraduate students, preparation for graduate school admissions tests, social networking activities with other undergraduate researchers, $5,000 stipend with free campus housing and travel to and from St. Louis ($120 per week food stipend), and public transportation passes for travel in St. Louis.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Sophomore, junior, or senior continuing undergraduate studies in Fall 2018
  • Pursuing a major in engineering, mathematics, or physical and life science
  • Strong quantitative skills and interest in research
  • Students must be a citizen or non-citizen of the United States or an individual who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Summer Engineering Fellowship Program – Washington University in St. Louis (INT)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should apply online. Applicants should complete the online application and submit it with the following required documents:

  • Personal statement (must include general interests, objectives for the summer, background, and preparation; one-page maximum)
  • Resume (two-page maximum)
  • Unofficial transcript
  • Two references (at least one of these must be from a faculty member at student’s current institution); each reference must complete a recommendation form

IT Manager | Server Technology (EXP:UNR)

IT MANAGER | SERVER TECHNOLOGY 

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Server Technology has an exciting opportunity for an IT Manager to join the Data Center Power and Control (DPC) Division Information Technology team in Reno, Nevada. The IT Manager’s primary responsibility is to oversee the streamlined operation of the Server Technology IT department and to ensure the department aligns with the business objectives of the Server Technology and Legrand DPC.  Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning, organizing, and controlling all activities of the department
  • Formulating and deploying long-term strategic plans for acquiring and enabling efficient and cost-effective information processing and communication technologies
  • Working with other departments within the company, providing IT knowledge and expertise to assist business to operate efficiently and compete effectively by leveraging information technology and data governance
  • Evaluating reports, decisions and results of department in relation to established goals; recommending new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed
  • Directing information management budgeting, strategic and tactical planning, business process re-engineering, and database system strategy
  • Overseeing planning and implementation of all business information systems, such as sales, customer operations, and internal communications
  • Directing the information strategy of the company based on forecasting information from senior management
  • Communicating with STI and Legrand DPC management by producing weekly status reports that present IT accomplishments, plans for next week and issues requiring management decision

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree from four-year College or University with emphasis in Computer Science, Information Technology, Business, or related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • A minimum of 7 years of IT experience, with at least 2 years in management
  • Proven experience in business applications (CRM, ERP, WMS, SCM, PLM, etc.) strategic planning and development, project management, and policy development
  • Strong technical knowledge of software development techniques and methodologies
  • Experience with systems design and development from business requirements analysis through to day-to-day management
  • Knowledge of business theory, business processes, management, budgeting, and business office operations
  • Understanding of IT infrastructure management such as network management, storage management, server management, security, virtualization and container technology

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
IT Manager – Server Technology (EXP)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should apply online.

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) | USC Viterbi School of Engineering (INT:UNR)

SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (SURE) | USC VITERBI SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
USC is pleased to announce the 2018 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. This program allows talented students completing their sophomore or junior year the opportunity to spend summer break alongside USC’s world-class faculty on cutting-edge research in engineering and computer science. Participants will gain valuable research experience and receive a stipend for living expenses in Los Angeles. Housing and transportation will be provided. The projects that are available include:

  • Computational Systems Biology: Predicting Cancer Signaling Dynamics
  • In-Home Socially Assistive Robotics
  • Mobile Remote Presence Robots as Gateways to Access to K-12 In-School Education
  • Auditing Algorithmic Fairness
  • Differential Privacy – from Theory to Practice
  • Multi-Agent Path Finding
  • Training Binary Neural Networks
  • Human-centered Signal Processing and Informatics
  • Whole-Internet RTT estimation
  • Anycast visualization for B-Root

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Sophomore or junior year undergraduate student who is a citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada
  • Interest in conducting research and pursuing a PhD program
  • Strong academic background (GPA of 3.5 or higher is recommended) in the fields of engineering, math, or hard science (biology, chemistry, or physics)

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) – USC Viterbi School of Engineering (INT)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should apply online. Application requires transcripts, a resume, statement of purpose, and two letters of recommendation. Application deadline is February 5, 2018, at 9:00 AM (PST).

Senior Electrical Engineer | Reno Subsystems (EXP:UNR)

SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER | RENO SUBSYSTEMS

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Reno Subsystems is looking for a highly motivated and capable Senior Electrical Engineer to lead the development of control algorithms and circuit design on flow products. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Leading rapid development and production of key flow control mechanical components such as laminar flow restrictors and valves navigating IP and developing manufactured design
  • Driving product development and product improvement projects and the interdisciplinary teams dedicated to the projects
  • Preparing and delivering design reviews and reviewing other team member designs
  • Training and mentoring junior engineers and technicians on the team
  • Working with customers for development projects as well as product troubleshooting
  • Driving R&D to discover and productize new and innovative gas delivery and flow products
  • Working with suppliers and labs to fabricate component and developing processes
  • Guiding supporting staff to drive component development needs
  • Preparing designs and specifications for new products

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related field
  • More than five years of experience in electrical design and controls development aspects related to control algorithm development in C/C++, analog circuit design, and overseeing design/drawing/documentation development
  • Hands-on experience working with lab equipment including general lab instrumentation and pressure transducers and calibration equipment
  • Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills
  • Ability/passion to recognize opportunities, champion, and drive continuous improvement
  • Motivated self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit passionate about making an impact
  • Work well independently and in a team, providing guidance to younger engineers and technicians driving maximum team effectiveness
  • Positive, professional attitude along with the ability to follow factory policies and cleanroom protocols

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Senior Electrical Engineer – Reno Subsystems (EXP)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send in their resume and cover letter to spenley@renosubsystems.com

Senior Mechanical Engineer | Reno Subsystems (EXP:UNR)

SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER | RENO SUBSYSTEMS 

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Reno Subsystems is looking for a highly motivated and capable Senior Mechanical Engineer to lead the development of key mechanical components for Reno Subsystems’ flow control products. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Leading rapid development and production of key flow control mechanical components such as laminar flow restrictors and valves navigating IP and developing manufactured design
  • Driving product development and product improvement projects and the interdisciplinary teams dedicated to the projects
  • Preparing and delivering design reviews and reviewing other team member designs
  • Training and mentoring junior engineers and technicians on the team
  • Working with customers for development projects as well as product troubleshooting
  • Driving R&D to discover and productize new and innovative gas delivery and flow products
  • Working with suppliers and labs to fabricate component and developing processes
  • Guiding supporting staff to drive component development needs
  • Preparing designs and specifications for new products

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s/PhD in Mechanical Engineering or related field
  • More than three years of experience in the semi-conductor industry (gas delivery; MFC preferred)
  • Innovative, yet familiar with design/assembly for manufacturability and statistics
  • Track record of innovative product development (patents, etc.)
  • Experience in technical/practical aspects including/related to welding equipment (TIG, Laser, etc.), diffusion bonding, metallurgy, flow metrology and calibration equipment (rate of rise, flow meters, etc.), and pressure transducers and calibration equipment
  • Familiar with Excel/VBA, Labview, and general coding languages and practices

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Senior Mechanical Engineer – Reno Subsystems (EXP)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send in their resume and cover letter to spenley@renosubsystems.com.

Assistant (Intern) | SA Automotive (INT:UNR)

ASSISTANT (INTERN) | SA AUTOMOTIVE

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
SA Automotive is seeking an Assistant (Intern) to help document tooling, equipment, timing, and costs that are related to the Tesla Model 3 headliner program (as well as others). The Assistant will provide support for the M3 launch by developing and maintaining tracking documentation in Microsoft Excel. The Assistant will also be involved in customer service, supplier coordination, and audit preparation. Work hours can be flexible depending on class schedule, but there may be some times when overtime will be required or assistance is needed on the shop floor.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in engineering
  • Computer skills: intermediate to advanced level with Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Access experience is a plus
  • Detail-oriented
  • Good knowledge of cars
  • Good written and verbal communication skills

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Assistant (Intern) – SA Automotive (INT)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should send in a resume and cover letter to Wannetta Garman at Wannetta.Garman@saautomotive.com.

Sustaining Engineer | XP Power (ELE:UNR)

SUSTAINING ENGINEER | XP POWER

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
XP Power is a major supplier of critical power conversion technology to the medical, technology, industrial, and defense markets. XP Power is looking for a Sustaining Engineer that will troubleshoot and conduct root cause investigations for XP Power’s current, released products, suggest design changes, corrective actions, and other electrical fixes for failing units and supporting manufacturing in the flow and improvement of product. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Dispositions failing units by addressing corrective actions
  • Elevates nonconforming product of processes to Red Tag Hold
  • Completes root cause investigations on nonconforming product or processes
  • Creates and submits ECR’s to correct or improve designs
  • Report out on discrepant product with full investigation details and implement corrective actions
  • Provide technical support to Sales and Marketing
  • Provide technical support on customer calls when required
  • Assist in second sourcing expensive or long lead time parts for Purchasing when requested

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Proficient in Windows and Office
  • Demonstrated Statistical Process Control (SPC) skills
  • Experience with MATLAB, SPICE, etc. a plus
  • Ability to write reports, procedures, and business correspondence
  • Analytical skills
  • Project management
  • Proficient in communication
  • Creative thinking and problem solving
  • Active listening and active learning

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CLICK HERE:
Sustaining Engineer – XP Power (ELE)

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send in their resume, cover letter, and salary expectation to Alexandra Galvez at vacancies@xppower.com.