Job Location Columbus Office - Columbus, OH
Position Type Internship
Education Level 4 Year Degree
Travel Percentage Negligible
Job Shift Day
Job Category Engineering
EWI is a world leader in developing and deploying new technologies that enable companies to bridge the gap between R&D and manufacturing implementation. EWI Associates are passionate about identifying out-of-the-box options that provide a long-term competitive advantage for our clients. Our clients tell us we are a valuable extension and complement to their innovation, engineering and manufacturing teams. If you enjoy working with customers and solving challenging, technical problems, EWI is the place for you.
EWI provides a rich learning environment for undergraduate and graduate students seeking opportunity for practical application of metallurgical, welding, mechanical, materials science, industrial engineering and allied fields. Engineer Interns will assist Engineers and Technicians in project work and perform tasks which allow EWI to operate more efficiently as a whole. During the program interns will transition from a technical labor-based position to that of a functioning engineer, gaining exposure to different industries and technologies along the way.
Internship opportunities vary with business needs. During the summer term, interns are expected to work 40 hours per week. If the opportunity is available, interns may be able to work in the fall and spring semesters for a defined number of hours per week in coordination with the student's curriculum.
**There are five (5) total internship positions available focusing on the following technologies:
Resistance & Solid-State Welding & Materials
Arc Welding & DED Processes
Strong interpersonal communication skills and ability to effectively present to a group
Proven adaptability and flexibility as a part of team
Proven success in a team-oriented environment
Excellent written and verbal communication abilities
Desire to work in hands-on lab environment and research environment
Seeking to learn from leading minds in innovation
Demonstrated initiative to exceed customer expectations
Proficient in MS Office
Laboratory/light production floor with ventilation, climate-control system, moderate lighting, and moderate noise level;
Use finger dexterity to type, adjust, move, handle, perform, operate, install, attach, remove, apply, grasp, manipulate, and measure;
Frequently move, transport, rotate, reach, pull, twist, adjust position, push, stoop, bend, and crouch; and
Lift ten to 40 pounds on a frequent basis and 40 to 80 pounds occasionally
ENGINEERING CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in engineering at an accredited university
Engineering disciplines preferred:
Other relevant areas of study
EOE/M/F/Disability/Protected Veteran Status
Individuals who need reasonable accommodations under the ADA in order to participate in the search and/or application process should contact Human Resources at (614) 688-5000.