Internship and Job Opportunites
Intern - Application Research Engineering
Intern Santa Clara, California
Palo Alto Networks is THE leading network security company. We are pioneering a new era in cybersecurity by protecting thousands of enterprise, government, and service provider networks from cyber threats. Our security platform natively brings together all key network security functions, including advanced threat protection, firewall, IDS/IPS, and URL filtering. With just over 2000 employees we are established yet nimble and looking for only the best to join our team.
The Summer Internship Program includes:
1:1 mentorship with senior cybersecurity leaders
Fun and engaging events that inspire your intellectual curiosity
Expand your knowledge and work on challenging projects
Deepen your relationships with other interns, recent grads, and employees across the company
We are looking for a motivated, intelligent, hardworking and creative individual to join the APP-ID engineering team as an application and protocol research engineer. As an Application Research Engineer, you will be part of a team that develop content to power the next-generation firewall for providing application visibility and control for our customers. You will work on Internet application behavior research; modeling application behavior, decoding different applications and keeping track of application updates.
Research and model application behaviors. The applications can range from enterprise-class applications to evasive applications such as peer-to-peer and circumvention tools.
Be able to enhance internal development tools for better user experience
BS or higher degree in computer Science/Engineering/Math/Physics or equivalent experience.
Better understand about networking and protocol
Great at Mysql, PHP and scripting languages.
Be great team player.
Must be pursuing a 4 year Undergraduate Degree or 2 year Masters Degree
Must be returning to school in the Fall
Must have authorization to work in the United States
Strong written and verbal communication
Job Number: 151987
The Operational Analytics Intern will primarily develop databases/applications supporting operations management for Manheim. Other duties will be assigned as needed and according to the Intern’s abilities.
Support the operations application team in developing operational tools and operational reporting data warehouses.
Design/Document Data Models supporting operational reporting.
Build data structures supporting applications.
Design/Develop user interfaces for web portals.
Capture requirements and define scope for operational projects.
Document data structures used in applications/reporting identifying data sources and query logic.
Use query languages to build ETL routines to extract data and load into the operations data environment.
Compile data on request for ad hoc reporting and analysis.
Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or other related field
Master’s candidate preferred
Experience working in a data-rich environment preferred
Database & query experience
Familiarity with some or all of the following applications.
SQL Server Database
PL/SQL Query Language
VB Script (Classic ASP)
Cox Automotive is a leader in vehicle remarketing services, digital marketing and software solutions for automotive dealers, manufacturers and consumers. Cox Automotive includes AutoTrader.com, Kelley Blue Book, Manheim and a host of other global businesses and brands. Headquartered in Atlanta, Cox Automotive employs nearly 24,000 employees in over 150 locations worldwide. We partner with more than 40,000 dealers and touch more than 67 percent of all car buyers in the U.S. with the most recognized brands in the industry. We unite more than 20 brands in this space, providing an end-to-end solution to transform the way the world buys, sells and owns cars.
Organization: Cox Automotive
Primary Location: US-GA-Atlanta-6305 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd
Employee Status: Temporary
Job Level: Entry Level
Shift: Day Job -
Engineering Intern Program - Summer 2015
Mitchell International, Inc. is a leading provider of information and workflow solutions to the Property & Casualty Claims and Automotive Collision Repair industries. Founded in 1946, Mitchell has delivered advanced information and technology solutions to over 100,000 customers throughout North America, helping them to improve their business process performance. The company's comprehensive solution portfolio streamlines the entire auto physical damage, bodily injury and workers' compensation claims processes. Mitchell was recently named by the San Diego Business Journal as the No. 1 Software Company in San Diego, based on the number of full-time employees, which is approaching the 2,000 milestone. The company offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including outstanding career growth opportunities and has been recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Companies in San Diego.
The Mitchell Summer Engineering Internship Program offers a fast paced, agile experience packed with on and off site events that help immerse our interns into the culture of Mitchell. This 12 week program will pair you with a product team where you will partake in all the components of agile software development including PSI planning, scrum sessions, sprints, coding, as well as our Hack-a-Thon session that we call Ship-It Day. Do you have what it takes to run fast and develop great enterprise software? If so, apply now!
STEM Majors entering either their 3rd or 4th year (2015 and 2016 expected graduation)
Fundamental knowledge of coding principles and experience with one or more of the following: Web Services, xML/JSON, OOP, Design Patterns, Value Objects, RDMS, Java, and C#.
Ability to commit 40 hours per week for 12 weeks between June and September
Reliable, daily transportation to Mitchell Headquarters
Candidate should be in the process of pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Civil/Environmental engineering
GPA of 3.0 or higher
Experience and/or coursework in water/wastewater treatment and conveyance preferred
Valid driver's license and good driving record required
Experience using Microsoft Office Suite a plus (Word, Excel, Outlook) preferred
Good written and verbal communication skills essential
Previous related internship experience a plus but not necessary
Job Title: Student Intern - Informatics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics Technical Undergrad Summer
Job ID: 647959
Location: Livermore, CA
Performs entry-level work within a science and engineering environment involving assignments that may include assisting with research, application of project design and diagnostics, testing and documentation, development and analysis of technology options, and assembly and troubleshooting.
Primary Job Duties
Job assignments vary upon organization, discipline preference, and specific job requirements as defined in the job specification.
Duties may include assisting technical staff with developmental research, analysis of technology and engineering options, project design, testing, formulating conclusions, data collection, and analyzing experimental data.
We have student intern openings in the areas of informatics, applied mathematics, computer science, and statistics. The work of the Informatics and Systems Assessments Department at Sandia/California combines research in applied mathematics, statistics, and computer science with expertise in computer and network defense. Our work impacts a wide variety of applications in cyber defense, homeland security, network engineering, data management, along with additional areas. Our results are published in leading technical journals and conferences, and much of our software is freely available to the research community. The successful candidate will be pursuing an undergraduate degree in informatics or data sciences, numerical methods, network and graph algorithms, or cyber defense. The interns will be involved in conducting innovative research, developing open-source software, and communicating their research through written reports and oral presentations.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
General knowledge of technical principles and processes.
Understanding of the use a variety of research tools.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Ability to contribute in a team environment.
General knowledge of project management.
General knowledge and good understanding of a suite of software, including Microsoft Office.
The successful candidate must meet the following Sandia Student Intern Requirements: Official acceptance into an accredited university's undergraduate program, full-time enrollment during the spring term immediately preceding the internship period (12 credit hours), a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2/4.0, and the ability to work up to 40 hours per week during the internship duration. To be eligible for this position, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States of America. Sandia will not sponsor work authorization for this position.
The successful candidate should: be actively pursuing an undergraduate degree in computer science, applied mathematics, statistics, or a related area; have the ability to work in a collaborative research environment; have evidence of relevant expertise in the form of class work, technical publications, presentations, software, and/or knowledge of applications; possess software development competence in C++, C, Java, MATLAB, or a related language; and have strong written and oral communication skills.
In addition, the ideal candidate should have expertise in one or more of the following areas: machine learning, data mining, graph analysis, linear algebra, applied statistics, optimization, computational combinatorics, discrete mathematics, cyber defense; software engineering proficiency, including an understanding of object-oriented programming techniques and best practices, high performance computing experience, and/or large scale data knowledge; and a background in solving practical problems in science and engineering that involve encounters with real-world data.
No clearance required.
This position does not currently require a Department of Energy (DOE)-granted security clearance.
Sandia will conduct a pre-employment background review that includes personal reference checks, law enforcement record checks, and employment and education verifications. Further, employees in New Mexico must pass a U.S. Air Force background screen for access to the work site. Substance abuse or illegal drug use, falsification of information, criminal activity, serious misconduct or other indicators of untrustworthiness can cause access to be denied or terminated, rendering the inability to perform the duties assigned and resulting in termination of employment.
If hired without a clearance, and one subsequently becomes required or you bid on positions that require a DOE-granted security clearance, a pre-processing background review that includes personal reference checks, law enforcement record and credit checks, and employment and education verifications may be conducted prior to a required federal background investigation. Applicants for DOE-granted security clearances must be U.S. citizens and be able to obtain and maintain the appropriate DOE security clearance as required for the position.
At Sandia you will receive many benefits as a valued employee of a premier national multi-program engineering and science research laboratory. In our Total Rewards package you will enjoy competitive pay, great benefits, a stimulating, positive environment and learning opportunities that will help build your career. More information may be found on our Careers website.
Sandia National Laboratories is an Equal Opportunity Employer of qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
XEROX Rotational Internship
Location: San Diego, CA
Salary Range: College Credit
Employment Type: Intern - Part Time
Our internship program is designed to provide aspiring business professionals with a day-to-day experience of how a business works. We allow our intern(s) to work in various departments through a rotational program in our Accounting/Operations, Customer Service, IT, HR and Sales departments in a professional business organization. You will learn about emerging business technologies, time management, and acquire invaluable business skills that will put you on a proven road map for a successful career in business and give you real world experience.
The intern will choose 1 Department as their main area of interest and work primarily with that Department on more in depth projects. However, they will also have the option to rotate through the other departments in order to gain exposure and understanding of how each department functions and how they contribute to the organization as a whole. Our program provides students practical skills through hands-on assignments working with talented professionals who are willing to share their knowledge. Students will have the opportunity to work in the following areas:
Project Management and Marketing (SD):
This exciting position entails collaborating with the Vice President of Sales in managing selected projects that drive MRC business. The intern’s projects will include product research, incentive rollouts, and marketing strategy. In addition, the intern will engage in technical tasks involving analytics and tracking. Successful completion of this internship will require strong organizational and analytic skills, as well as knowledge and experience in marketing and/or project management.
Customer Service (SD):
Interns will assist in the customer service area with projects including client contact in regards to meter reads. Intern may go out to the field with the service technicians, assist in client relations, assist trainers, and inventory department in order to provide excellent customer service and learn about the supply chain management.
Intern will have an opportunity to understand the Accounting side of the business, as well as some post of sale operations. Will assist our AP staff, make follow up phone calls in regards to AR, and assist with accounting analysis. Interns will be exposed to various accounting processes and gain a holistic view of the accounting department. Will possibly have the opportunity to shadow contracts and learn the different process of the department. Interns may also assist the operations team and learn the process of financing a deal.
Human Resources/Training (SD):
Will help the HR director with employee communications, the station intern program, staffing and assisting with employee relations projects. Intern will also assist with special projects including some employee event planning, researching especial circumstances and understanding the complexities of California employment law. Interns with an affinity in HR may also complete a full recruitment cycle for the next class of interns. This will include creating and setting up job posting, sourcing, interviewing, scheduling, gathering appropriate documentation and finally, recommending for hire a new batch of interns. Interns will gain a holistic view of the HR processes by using hands-on experience of projects.
Interns will accompany our sales professionals in the field, learn basic prospecting techniques over the phone, assist in the creation of sales presentation materials, attend sales meetings, and conduct research for a potential client. Will learn to navigate our sales database and input competitive information. In addition, interns may be called on to assist in telemarketing sales which will include client contact and learning the sales process and cycle.
Information Technology (SD):
Interns will work hands on with IT equipment and learn skills in network engineering, document solutions engineering, and general IT activities. Applicants should be familiar with Microsoft Operating Systems, MS Office applications, basic TCP/IP Networking, and Networking components. Interns will work with various departments and may be asked to assist in the marketing department with data analysis.
MRC’s Internship program runs during school year at our corporate office in San Diego, CA. Below are the requirements in order to be considered.
• Fall Semester (September - December) Deadline to Apply: August 1
• Fall Quarter (September – December) Deadline to Apply: September 30th
• Spring Semester (January – May) Deadline to Apply: February 28
• Winter Quarter (January – March) Deadline to Apply: December 1
• Spring Quarter (April – June) Deadline to Apply: March 1
• Summer Semester or Quarter (June – August) Deadline to Apply: May 8
• Currently enrolled at an accredited college, university or technical school.
• Internships are unpaid, therefore, students must earn college credit.
• Ability to work a minimum of 15 hours/week during the academic year. Must be a sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student.
How to apply:
• Complete online application for MRC Rotational Internship
• Send in Cover Letter as well as a copy of your Resume
We will call you once we require any more information, to schedule a phone interview and/or to schedule an in person interview. If you have any questions prior to this, please contact us at 858.573.6300.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
P2S Engineering—Top 100 MEP Consulting Engineering Firm
Voted Best Place to Work since 2006!
Electrical Engineering Intern
Our internship program is designed to provide you with a positive work/training experience and challenging objectives that are consistent with your career goals and level of education. This role will be part of our Industrial team at the Long Beach office. Specific identified internship responsibilities and qualification requirements are outlined below.
• Complete resume with indication of any related work or project experience
• Official Transcripts - at time of interview
• Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
• Summer Internship Position for 10-12 weeks; starting in May/June and ending in August/ September depending on candidate’s availability.
• Currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering;
• Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above; submission of Official Transcripts will be required if selected for interview;
• Ability to work effectively in a highly energetic and multiple-engagement environment, dedication to teamwork, a strong work initiative, and the ability to adapt to new challenges and ideas; detail oriented;
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft products;
• Experience with AutoCAD, Revit, EnergyPro, SKM, and ETAP strongly desired;
• Strong communication and organization skills;
P2S will require all interns to complete an assignment by the end of the contract term. Assignment will be determined by the intern and Group Manager. Example: a recommendation for process improvement within the department.
What P2S Can Offer You:
• Work with an MEP Giants Top 100 company!
• Hands-on work experience in different markets;
• Top level guidance and learning from our Senior and Junior level Engineers;
• Learn the MEP design process with ASHRAE and IEEE industry leaders Kevin and Kent Peterson;
• Work with a company that’s been voted a Best Place to Work since 2006 and see why first-hand!
• Assorted fresh fruits and healthy snacks provided daily for free;
• Referral Awards;
• Monthly Staff Luncheons with the President to hear updates about P2S standings; Monthly “Meet & Eat” activity for staff with snacks, healthy snacks, or themed deserts; Annual company Fitness Challenge, Picnic, Holiday activities, social events for family and staff;
• Since 2006 we have been consistently ranked as one of the best companies to work for in the Los Angeles area by the Los Angeles Business Journal;
• In 2010, P2S was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Workplace Flexibility Award—a national benchmark used by the best U.S. companies and The White House;
• There are no closed doors at P2S. This is the foundation of our company culture, and because of this we have no shortage of innovative and creative ideas.
Why P2S Engineering?
We are moving into the future - fast! Join our team! If you get excited about the collaboration that new projects require and like to push the envelope past status quo - we want you to become a game changer in the engineering industry with us. As a consulting engineering and commissioning firm committed to innovative designs, sustainable solutions and high-quality services, we view engineering as a 50/50 mix of functional/technical activities and embrace the entrepreneur/creativity in everyone.
For 23 years, our engineers have worked with the best of the best. Our headquarters is in a LEED Gold Certified facility in Long Beach, California where our engineers work with the most cutting edge technology. Solid sustainable design practices are inherent in every project designed by P2S; we use software like Revit MEP to leverage those practices for the benefit of our clients. Our engineers work alongside our co-founders, Kevin and Kent Peterson, who have led the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and ACEC CAMEE (Council of American Mechanical and Electrical Engineers). As a top 500 engineering firm focused on growth, innovation and leadership, specially in sustainable practices, we are investing in that future together!
Visit http://www.p2seng.com/ to see more on our vision and history.
Part-Time (Off-Campus), Internship
College of Engineering/Mechanical Engineering & Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering/Electrical Engineering
DESIRED CLASS LEVEL(S)
Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student
ControlExpert is a rapidly growing international company servicing the automotive insurance and repair sectors. Globally headquartered in Germany and with a presence in 10 countries, ControlExpert focuses on innovative technologies and processes that compress cycle-time and cost through structured and automated decision processes. ControlExpert seeks creative, energetic students who are/endeavor to be .NET developers and who possess an entrepreneurial spirit to join our US team for the summer 2015 term. The position is based out of ControlExpert’s El Segundo office.
• You constantly strive to improve your abilities as a developer.
• You take personal pride in delivering working, well-tested clean code.
• You have strong opinions and an open mind for changing them.
• Work on defined summer term projects that directly solve a business need and will be incorporated into / managed through the business’ standard Scrum process.
• Participate in the QA methodology and testing process.
• Think outside the box & impact the business by actively contributing new perspectives and ideas to the team.
AND Support Your Senior Developer Colleagues Who Are Tasked With
• Development on new and existing applications using C# and the .NET framework.
• Participate in continually improving the existing architecture, processes and craftsmanship of the software development department.
• Ensure that the sprint goal is reached by cooperating with your team in the sprint planning, retrospective and review.
• Working on and refactoring the existing code base.
Internship Requirements: Must have
• Working toward a degree (undergraduate or masters) in Computer Science or similar.
• Ability to integrate into ControlExpert’s working environment and cooperating efficiently with colleagues inside and outside your development team.
• Infectious enthusiasm and a desire to be a part of something great.
Are you interested in this position? Please send your CV to the following contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer Science/Statistics, Engineering, Information Technology
College of Engineering/Computer Engineering, College of Engineering/Computer Science
DESIRED CLASS LEVEL(S)
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student
US Citizen, Permanent Resident
15.00+ per hour based on experience
Deadline May 15, 2015 https://csulb-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=8f98383ada250c7eba8ba3b3caac8bb3&s=jobs&ss=jobs
Temporary Student Intern- Information Services
Tue. 03/31/15 11:59 PM Pacific Time
15600 Sand Canyon, Irvine, California
***Seeking TWO Student Interns for the Information Services department- one assigned to the Applications division and one assigned to the Network & Support division***
Under General supervision, performs a variety of research tasks and support work and prepares comprehensive reports and studies as assigned, working directly with professional and technical staff in assigned areas. Temporary Student Interns will perform meaningful, productive and challenging work by making significant contributions to projects, research or other primary District functions. Temporary Student Interns will receive hands on training emphasizing teamwork, independence and development of technical skills.
Student Intern is a temporary job classification requiring enrollment in a minimum of 12 units of school study.
Essential Job Duties:
The following is a non-exclusive list of essential duties and responsibilities. The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar or related as determined by the incumbent’s supervisor.
Troubleshoot software issues, apply problem solving skills, and present and implement solutions.
Perform unit and system testing and communicate with end users.
Attend meetings as required.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Students will work minimum10 hours per week during the school year and 40 hours per week during summer/winter/spring break.
If assigned to Applications:
Perform software applications testing for integration, usability, and functionality completeness.
Perform project tracking, including preparation of status reports and documentation.
Assist with preparation of software development documentation.
If assigned to Network & Support:
Provide network support, install PC work station hardware & software, and prepare installation procedure documentation.
Assist in managing and restoring files from backup media.
Prepare data for information retrieval requests, troubleshoot minor communication problems and assist with performing SCADA point testing.
At the time of appointment, enrollment in a minimum of 12 units of school study is required. Must be majoring in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering or a computer related major at the sophomore, junior or senior Bachelor’s degree level.
No experience required. Position does require good communication skills to effectively deal with District employees.
Knowledge of research methods and data collection techniques including statistical methods, English usage, grammar, punctuation, report writing techniques and intermediate to advanced level skill in Microsoft Office Suite required. Prior experience with Microsoft Project Management, SQL Database and application development desired.
Trillium Technical for an entry-level Mechanical Engineer in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Denso North America, Neapco, Continental Automotive and Hitachi Automotive and these companies all target the same type of candidate: Mechanical Engineers with 0-5 years experience who are hands-on (Translation: Gear heads who are comfortable working on cars.) These employers target MEs who have been active members of Formula SAE and/or SAE Mini Baja teams as well as those who have worked on vehicles in their spare time.
Another important requirement is that candidates need to have some relevant experience working as an engineer, either as a co-op/intern or actually working full-time.
While GPA can be important, these customers would rather target someone with a 2.75 GPA who likes engine tear-downs versus someone with a 3.95 GPA who has never changed the oil in their own car.
To apply log onto Career LINK: https://csulb-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?s=jobs&ss=jobs&mode=form&id=c9ec17ba316d2ada52c488f30ea1cac7
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