INTERN TECHNICAL I - ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE
SAIC is seeking a Technical Intern I in an engineering discipline that is ready to have a real insight into the world of work, test your skills in real-life situations, explore your career options and gain an insight into an organization or career path. This is a remote/virtual position that can be based nationwide. Hybrid Remote.
SAIC’s Intern program offers developmental learning experiences designed to provide on-the-job learning skills, and always an overall feel for the environment they’re interning in. Internships are beneficial because they help develop your professional aptitude, strengthen personal character, and provide a greater door to opportunity.
Throughout an SAIC internship you will develop a variety of soft skills, including communication skills, personal effectiveness, presentation skills, creative problem solving and influencing skills. Internships are great opportunities to speak directly to people who have experience in the role you aspire to; and their knowledge of the job and working environment will give you a greater understanding of what it’s all about and what you need to do to progress.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Will support other engineers to conduct modeling, analysis, and mechanical design.
- Mechanical Engineering design, documentation, and analysis.
- Provides technical support, either within the company or in support of customer contracts, on assignments using established procedures.
- Candidates are primarily engaged in the technical or scientific disciplines through the course of college study. (It should be understood that this is not intended to be a detailed nor comprehensive description of any individual employee's job content. Managers set the specific duties and responsibilities for each employee).
- Little to no knowledge of the job.
- Moderate understanding of general job aspects and some understanding of the detailed aspects of the job.
- Applies job skills and company policies to complete a wide range of tasks.
Supervision Received: Close supervision involving detailed instructions and constant checking on work performance.
IMPACT: Errors can be easily and quickly detected within the immediate work unit and would only result in minor disruption or expense to correct.
LIAISON: Contacts are primarily within immediate work unit. Contacts involve obtaining or providing information requiring little explanation or interpretation.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: High School and one year or more of college coursework in a technical field.
- Some college-level classes completed in an engineering discipline
- Ability to quickly adapt to a changing environment
- Candidate should be a self-motivated, independent, detail oriented, responsible team-player
- Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills
- Candidates should have strong written and oral communications abilities
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and common office software applications is required
U.S. CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED
CLEARANCE: Ability to obtain a Secret security clearance