Bechtel Corporation 2019 Student Internship (U.S.) - Control Systems Engineer ( CA2) in SAN FRANCISCO, California

Overview

Bechtel has a long tradition of technical and engineering excellence in supporting multiple industries. Bechtel’s internship program was created to cultivate real-life industry interest based on hands-on experience. Many new university graduate hires began their careers at Bechtel as a student intern.

Control Systems Engineering Interns work in multidisciplinary teams and provide support to aspects of measurement instrumentation and automated digital system process control.  This includes performing the analysis, design, specifications, and startup support for all aspects of measurement instrumentation and automated digital system process control. 

The total number of interns and start dates are subject to workload and business conditions. Locations will vary based on project needs, and may include Houston, TX or Reston, VA, along with various project sites.

General Job Duties:

Control Systems Engineering Interns may be responsible for:

development of basic discipline system calculations and designs, such as short circuit and load-flow single line and 3-line drawings, schematics, transformer and cable sizing, and specifications for equipment where deviations from standard documentation is required;

producing basic and higher-tier drawings and documentation in accordance with established conceptual design and scope; and

properly interpreting and applying codes and standards and customer design requirements for the preparation of electrical design documents, specifications, and system descriptions related to design tasks.

Basic Qualifications

Currently enrolled in a four-year Bachelor of Science degree program in Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical Engineering at an accredited college or university.

Completed at least one year of undergraduate studies in one of the above fields.

Ability and willingness to relocate and/or travel to domestic and/or international project jobsites. 

Possess the eligibility to work and remain in the United States without sponsorship.

Must be able to pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Preferred Qualifications

Currently enrolled in a Master of Science degree in Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical Engineering at an accredited college or university.

Completed relevant coursework with a strong GPA. 

Prior co-op or internship experience. 

Excellent written and oral communication skills.