Mechanical Engineering Intern | Bosch Group | USA | Apply Now

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Portland Ave, Burnsville, MN 55337, USA
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BOSCH Group

Job Description
Students applying to the position should be available for a full-time (40 hours/week) schedule during the summer, and full-time or part-time (minimum 16 hours) during the fall semester.  Some work may be performed remotely, but onsite lab work will be the focus.  Our facility follows all COVID-19 safety protocol, including mask usage and social distancing.

Engineering interns and co-ops with Electro-Voice are provided the opportunity to be a valuable part of the loudspeaker engineering team. Interns and co-ops work with engineers throughout the entire process of research and development activities to bring new loudspeaker products to market. Electro-acoustics is an interdisciplinary field that requires a broad and adaptable skillset. Intern and co-op candidates are not expected to have a deep understanding of electro-acoustics, but will be expected to demonstrate and apply the knowledge gained from their chosen field of engineering. Common job duties for interns and co-ops include:

LAB WORK:

·         Constructing prototype loudspeaker systems

·         Acoustical, electrical, mechanical, and material testing and measurements

·         Design and build new test systems (hardware, software, uC’s, DAQ, etc. )

·         Test system maintenance and repair (Soldering, wiring, mechanical repairs)

ANALYTICAL WORK:

·         Acoustic, mechanical, and electro-magnetic simulation

·         Test data analysis and trouble shooting

·         CAD

·         Assist with general product development and industrialization activities

·         Electro-acoustic engineering research

·         Research and review international standards and validation methods
Qualifications
REQUIRED:

Currently seeking a degree in any of the following engineering disciplines: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Acoustics/Acoustical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Physics, material science, industrial engineering
Strong analytical and communication skills
Good attention to detail
Good interpersonal skills
Organizational skills
Troubleshooting experience
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE

General electrical knowledge and ability (soldering wiring, AC circuits, electro-magnetics)
FEA simulation (COMSOL, ANSYS, SOLIDWORKS)
MATLAB, Simulink, Labview
Experience setting up and operating audio equipment and/or sound reinforcement systems, preferably for live events
General mechanical knowledge and ability (fasteners, hand tools, power tools, etc.)
Woodworking (cabinet construction)
Programming (MATLAB, embedded/microcontrollers)
Signal processing (analog and digital filters, Fourier analysis, frequency and time domain signal analysis)
Thermal sciences (heat transfer, fluid dynamics)
Students with a passion for audio, music, or sound engineering are greatly preferred.
Electro-acoustics system engineering combining electro-magnetic, mechanical and acoustical components.
Additional Information
By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce – EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled

BOSCH is a proud supporter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Initiatives

FIRST Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)

AWIM (A World In Motion)

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