Job Description SummaryJunior R&D Electrical Engineer Internship with a duration of 6 months.
Grid Solutions, a GE Renewable Energy business, serves customers globally with over 13,000 employees. We provide power utilities and industries worldwide with equipment, systems, and services to bring power reliably and efficiently from the point of generation to end power consumers. We are focused on addressing the challenges of the energy transition by enabling the safe and reliable connection of renewable and distributed energy resources to the grid. For more about GE’s Grid Solutions, visit https://www.gegridsolutions.com.
Roles and Responsibilities
- As Junior R&D Electrical Engineer, you will be involved in design, customization and homologation of HVDC disconnectors, with main focus (but not limited) to the electrical sizing according to technical specifications.
- You will coordinate with R&D engineers supporting in the validations and homologations of new product according to internal standards and customer technical specifications.
- During the product validation you will be also involved in the preparation and execution of type tests, issue of type test reports, issue of technical dossier.
- In addition, you will coordinate with tendering team.
- Student or new graduate in the field of electrical engineering or R&D dept
- The following requirements are desired and will be used to differentiate all candidates who apply for this position.
Qualifications / Requirements
- Microsoft Office package
- Good knowledge of English and Italian (working efficiency)
- 2D and 3D CAD software – optional
- Matblad or similar - optional
- Fem analysis (basic) – optional
- Full time (40 hour/week) in presence work at the NoventadiPiave office is required (remote work is not allowed)
- Start date: requested till end of September
- EU work permit
- Good team worker
- Ability to make decisions
- Sense of urgency
- Strong strategic vision
- Highly motivated and inspirated to learn
- Good communication skills
Relocation Assistance Provided: No