Career Level Managerial
Experience 2 Years
Qualifications Associate Degree
EID Intern within the Controls Hardware Team, work within defined parameters to apply concepts to issues of moderate complexity and resolve issues through immediate action or short-term planning.
Part of a team that defines the hardware and network technical requirements of an HVDC control system as part of a project delivery team
As an EID Intern you will report to within the Controls Hardware Department. The successful candidate will be part of a highly motivated, dynamic and rapidly growing team of engineers working on the development of new HVDC Control Systems, particularly for HVDC converters and the forthcoming “HVDC Grid”. This is a very exciting and dynamic field of control engineering in which GE’s leading contribution has worldwide recognition. The development of such control systems is technically challenging and involves a variety of engineering disciplines, contribution through teamwork and an innovative approach.
The role gives an excellent opportunity for a motivated candidate to innovate, expand their design skill and personal development within an internationally recognised expert in this exciting field.
Execute with guidance from senior engineering resources, the analysis, design, test, or integration required to define, and support assigned components, assemblies or systems that meet business standards and program / product hardware requirements
Support in preparation of technical data to internal and external customers
Support in producing required documentation under the supervision of senior engineers (e.g. project life cycle design, manufacturing and testing documents),
Support in a wide range of design activities under the guidance of Lead or Senior engineers. For example, defining input & output of the control system based on standard design and client requirement, control System Integration, defining the main IO Lists of the control system and so on and so forth
Follow the departments standard design practices, engineering reviews and guidelines.
Prepare and present with support from lead engineer’s technical information for Substation Control Systems to internal and external customers.
Assist with laboratory activities for the installation and testing of the control system.
Assist in proper documentation of technical data generated for the assigned projects and/or tasks consistent with engineering policies and procedures.
The candidate will have completed 2 years of degree level in a related science such as electronics and electrical engineering. However, this is not as important as a proven track record and evidence that you have the mind-set and abilities to perform the role.
Skills and Experience:
2:1 degree grade or above (or equivalent) predicted or obtained in
Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering or Data Communication or Mechanical Engineering
Good written communication skills – there should be little or no spelling and grammatical errors in their application
Eligibility to undertake placement – the internship is for 12 months and will begin between June and August 2020, all candidates should confirm on their application that they are available for this time period
CAD and Visio
Basic academic knowledge is sufficient; the rest will need to be taught on the job – candidate needs to be passionate and willing to learn
Interpersonal and communication skills
Self-motivating, proactive and results driven approach
Problem-solving and root cause identification skills
Able to work to deadlines with good quality
Proficient in the English language, written and verbal. Other languages are bonus