|Job Ref:||16-10413||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Aerospace||Country:||United States||County/State:||California||City:||San Diego||Address:||Post Date:||16/10/2016 05:11|
***Must be available during the period from January to March 2017 for a minimum of 6 consecutive weeks***|
Position Overview: A winter program for college students who are in the process of completing their degree requirements and are interested in pursuing the maritime industry.
Interns will work with members of various engineering areas in support of ongoing and/or future shipbuilding programs. These activities will take place in Engineering.
Engineering Intern Job Description:
As an engineering intern at General Dynamics NASSCO you will be responsible for assisting naval architects and marine engineering with their current projects. These projects range from the initial design of future vessels to the final outfitting of nearly completed ships. In the execution of these projects you will be tasked with creating and modifying CAD drawings, performing research using both online and printed resources, and using a variety of software to perform stability and structural calculations.
You will also accompany senior naval architects to support shipboard inspections and testing.
Successful candidates must be currently enrolled (full-time) at Webb University.
An interest and/or prior work experience in ship design, shipbuilding, construction management and manufacturing processes would be advantageous.
General understanding of maritime industry operations is desired but not required.
Proficiency in personal computer (PC) word processing, spreadsheets and graphics, as well as computer-aided design and engineering (CAD/CAE) systems, is desirable.
Must have ability to express ideas in oral and written formats and demonstrate a high degree of personal flexibility.
Must be a US Citizen or permanent resident.
Must be able to climb ladders and work in on-board shop and assembly production areas. Must be physically able to walk to all yard locations. The noise level in this environment is usually moderate.