Calspan Corporation

Structural Engineering Internship

Job Locations US-MN-St. Paul
Job ID
2022-2101
Category
Engineering

Overview

Calspan ASE is the world’s number one supplier of ground-based testing solutions and expertise for the aerospace industry. Our customers get a single, experienced partner to help them efficiently validate engine and airframe performance across development, production and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO). We are seeking a motivated Structural Engineering Intern for the summer of 2023 responsible for design, implementation, test, and support of controls, software, and data acquisition systems used in test cells, wind tunnels, and other aerospace ground test facilities.

Responsibilities

  • Design Calculations – Assist and generate calculation packages for aerospace building component and equipment.
  • Acceptance Testing – Assist and generate documentation for validating that equipment has been fabricated and installed correctly.
  • Meetings & Presentations – Shadow mentor during project meeting and design review presentations with customer, assisting as needed.
  • Shop Drawing Review – Review fabricator shop drawings to ensure they are within general conformance with Calpan’s detailed design drawings.

Qualifications

Preferred Education / Experience:

  • Must be currently enrolled in a Computer or Electrical Engineering program at an accredited college or university
  • Engineering discipline must be toward Civil, Structural or Facilities Engineering
  • Experience and/or coursework in Statics, Steel Design, or Concrete Design
  • Must have completed (3) years of undergraduate studies by May 2023

Calspan is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Calspan supports safe and drug free workplace through pre-employment background checks and drug testing.

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