Wind Intern - Electrical Engineering in Orlando, FL (Master's or PhD)
Business Unit: Wind Power and Renewables
Requisition Number: 231793
Primary Location: United States-Florida-Orlando
Assignment Category: Part-time temporary
Experience Level: Entry level
Education Required Level: Other
Travel Required: No
About Siemens Gamesa Renewable EnergyWith a worldwide installed capacity of 75 GW, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has a presence in more than 90 countries and a team of 27,000 employees worldwide. Its end-to-end value chain presence encompasses onshore and offshores wind turbines design, manufacturing, installation as well as cutting-edge service solutions. The global headquarters and legal domicile of the company is located in Zamudio, Spain. The company is listed on the Spanish stock exchange.
Master or PhD in Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering intern needed to support the Service Technology team in Orlando by owning challenging projects that require creative solutions.
Support the Service Technology Team with calculations, analysis and documentation.
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience Skills Required:
- Master or PhD student currently enrolled at a university pursuing an Electrical Engineering degree
- GPA of 3.2 or higher
- This position is not a summer internship and is expected to continue longer term.
- Familiar with the use of data analysis tools including Matlab, SQL, and PSCAD
- Focus on Power Systems studies preferred
- Commitment to excellence and delivery of highest quality work product
- Strong organizational skills with attention to detail
- Ability to effectively prioritize and handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines
- Strong team player
- Demonstrate best in class professional integrity
- Proactive, positive, self-motivated and goal oriented attitude
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
- Proficient with Microsoft Office 365 (emphasis on Excel and PowerPoint)
- Power Systems
- Electric Machinery
- Power Electronics
Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.