Electrical Engineering Intern - Summer

Position Posting Form The Trane Company
Internal and External Posting A Division of Ingersoll Rand Inc.
Date: 8-23-2016
Position Posting Number: TBD
Position: Location:
Electrical Design Intern Clarksville, TN
Process: Engineering Team Leader:
-- Jack Fuqua
Team Team Leader:
Electrical Design Engineering Team Chris Garber
Major Job Responsibilities:
As an integral part of the Electrical Design Team, the co-op position will be responsible for the following:
Manage new electrical components: test plan development, testing, drawing markups, and working with the designer team to get new components loaded in the design systems.
Electrical component quality: perform data analysis on electrical component field failures, analyze and catalog returned parts, and execute quality 9-steps to drive improvements.
Support engineers with new product developments: design reviews, BOM work, harness checking, design and manufacturing system updates, and manufacturing support for prototype and validation unit builds.
Performing routine project tasks in support of the Electrical Engineering team:
Ship Items
Research and order parts/materials
Data analysis
Hours: 40 hours a week
Key competencies:
Self-Motivated
Must have the ability to work individually or as part of a team.
Must have knowledge of the Microsoft Office software package.
Knowledge and basic experience with AutoCAD preferred.
Experience or knowledge of electronic troubleshooting equipment:
Digital Multi-Meter
Oscilloscope
Education/Experience:
Currently enrolled as a 4 year Engineering or Engineering Technology student required.
Interested students should submit resumes via email to Jack.Fuqua@Trane.com and apply online through www.Trane.com.
The Trane Company is committed to providing equal employment opportunity ("EEO") to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sex, age, marital status or any other basis prohibited by national, state, or local law.
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