The host company is a small Engineering business including a team of contractors that are assigned on a job-by-job basis, and often work remotely. Some of the work is off-site in client offices or workshops. There is often only one or two people in the office, so the intern would need to be highly trustworthy and self-driven.
Currently the host is working for clients developing consumer electronic devices, in particular miniature wearable technology. At the moment they are focused on fabrication and prototyping of sunglasses with electronics embedded inside them.
A mechanical engineer intern would:
In this internship you will be involved in:
To be eligible for this internship, you must be studying a related course with a mandatory internship as a course requirement.
The Document Controller:
In this internship, you will be involved in:
This is particularly relevant to food gardeners and the growing of food in urban settings.
Fields incorporated: Agriculture, Architecture, Civil engineering, Ecology, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Food Technology, Food Science, Forensic Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, Instrumentation & Town planning.
Design, Build, Maintain, Re-utilize
Buildings & infrastructure – food growing & food supply chain
The interns will be working in a number of these areas (as the project develops we move through different work). It will mainly relate to buildings & infrastructure: design and reutilization in terms of urban food gardens & assessment.
The host organisation is an Engineering firm based in Melbourne, Australia. This internship offer would be suitable to a student that is interested in Business and Engineering.
In this internship you will learn about:
You must be studying a related course in any of the following fields:
Business, Commerce, Marketing, Engineering, Business Engineering, Process Optimisation or similar fields.
The host organisation offers CFD/FEA/Process Modeling/EOR Simulation training, customized solution, collaboration and consulting. The members are academics, industrial engineers and research scientists. Other than offering consulting services to Industries, it has active collaborative research with leading R &D around the glove.
The ideal candidate will have:
What you will learn:
The host organisation is a Biomedical Engineering company.
The host organisation offers internships to chemical engineering students who want to learn about process modelling or CFD engineering. Based the head office in melbourne, it can offer the training online anywhere in the world.
Areas of interest
About the host organisation:
The host organisation offers CFD/FEA/Process Modeling/EOR Simulation training, customized solution, collaboration and consulting. The members are academics, industrial engineers and research scientists. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is one of the branches of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve continuity and momentum equation and analyze problems that involve fluid flows. For bigger problems, few processors can be used at the same time to solve the same problem (parallel computing).
In this internship, you will learn about:
To be eligible for this internship, you must be studying a related course with an internship component as a compulsory part of the course.
This is an online internship with an Australian company that you can perform from anywhere in Australia by communicating via Skype and email with the host organisation.
In this internship you will be involved in:
• Creating detailed technical drawings using AutoCAD, Revit and Robot Structural Analysis with complete dimensional data for construction purposes
• Collecting information from construction site reports, topographical surveys, and Building Codes Australia to prepare structural designs
• Developing good knowledge of interpreting designs into specifications
• Reviewing and modifying existing drawings
• Utilising field survey data to produce detailed construction drawings
• Preparing documents and site reports for current projects
Types of tasks
The intern will be required to undertake some but not limited to the following tasks:
The methodology that shall employed is ‘learning by doing’. The intern by the end of the three-month period will have acquired valuable experience, however the level of performance expected from the company will be high.
With regards to the training, the intern shall be provided with reference material in written and electronic format, which they will have to study on their own. In addition, after they have studied that material they may be required to complete tutorial exercises. Once these steps have been completed, the intern will be provided with feedback on performance, answer questions and be provide with guidance.
Following this phase, the intern will be ready to undertake tasks, assigned by the host company. The host company shall support the intern when tasks have been assigned in the following manner:
In addition, an hourly meeting shall be conducted once a week to discuss progress and issues that the intern may encounter.
The host company is an agile company and conducts much of assigned work from client sites. However, the company has an office is Sydney where there are hot desks for the intern to work from.
Materials and equipment
The following are required:
The duration of the internship shall be for three months with an option to extend for a further 3 months following a performance review at week 10.
However early termination of the agreement shall apply if the candidate engages in one of the following:
Exclusions and conditions
The following shall not be undertaken by the host company, nor is the host compnay responsible for these:
If applicable, the intern shall disclose potential risks that may affect their performance or health during the duration of the internship. Although the host company will not be responsible for candidate medical or health related issues, there may be actions that the company can undertake to manage potential risks.
The host organisation is an Aerospace Engineering company based in Melbourne. The tasks that the intern will observe, undertake and learn will include:
The host organisation is an Australian design and construction company specialising in Engineering, design and railway building works and project management.
As an Electrical Engineering intern, you will be involved in:
The host company provides engineering services to the oil and gas industry in Australia. They currently have an opportunity for an intern to assist with their company set up some of their business systems.
They require someone the following attributes:
If you are interested, please contact us.
This internship will involve learning abou:
The internship is suitable for a current Engineering student.
The host orgnisation is a startup currently offering an internship in Aerospace Engineering in Sydney.
In this internship, you will be involved in:
1. Plant and Protection strategic spares annual review for obsolescence:
2. Assistance with Plant Area assets incident investigation analysis and reporting:
Validation of plant area incident data relating to ground fires, electric shocks and physical impacts.
3. Providing support to the plant team for various aspects of the investigation of muja BTT2 Transformer failure RCA project. Task includes:
4. Long term Plant joint planning team (JPT) work incorporating in-service asset replacement needs with the wider network plans.
5. Analysing and classifying the asset failures on the basis of study of Incident reporting, investigation and event associated with the Power in-service assets.
6. Issue briefing papers for subtations
In order to qualify for this internship, you must be studying a related course with an internship course component.
The host organisation is a contracting provider of telecommunications equipment and services to mobile and fixed network operators. Using innovation to empower people, business and society, they are working towards the Networked Society, in which everything that can benefit from a connection will have one.
As an intern developer you will work with professional engineers developing and enhancing features for the routing software stack.
Responsibilities & Tasks:
Eligibility & skills set:
Our client, an International Engineering Company, is looking for Mechanical Engineering interns for their Sydney office. The tasks/responsibilities include:
Our client is an Australian owned mining company, looking for a Mining Engineering student intern
Required Skills are:
Ideally you are studying any of the following fields:
If you believe this internship is for you, please send your resume
Our client is an Electrical Design company based in Sydney currently considering taking an Electrical Engineering internto be involved designing, developing and testing the manufacturing and installation of electrical equipment, components, or systems for commercial/industrial use.
In order to qualify for this internship, you must be studying a related course with a mandatory internship component.
Our client is an Engineering, Design and Project Management firm currently offering Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering internships.
General Engineering and Design learning:
Mechanical Engineering tasks:
Civil Engineering tasks:
Electrical Engineering tasks:
If you are interested in any of these internships, please email us your resume.
Our client is an International company present in over 70 countries around the world. It is considered as one of the leading companies in the water treatment sector and sustainable water development and is now looking for an engineering student from Darwin to join its team!
During this internship placement you will have the following tasks:
Training will be provided for the appropriate candidate.
This is an unpaid internship so only applications from student in an engineering related course will be considered.
Our client is an employee-owned company providing high tech instruments, software, electrical services and technical consultancy to the owners and operators of power networks around the world with the head quarter in the UK. The business in Australia is small but dynamic and looking to grow strongly over the next few years. Their propositions are broken up into three main proposition areas, consulting, instruments and services.
The prime focus of the intern will be to assist in the Consulting area, reporting to and working with the Manager of this area. The projects that an intern will be involved with will, in the main, be focused on our Condition Based Risk Management (CBRM) propositions. There will be a specific requirement for data analysis aspects of projects so the ability to handle large volumes of data and manipulate spreadsheets to extract valuable information from the clients’ data repositories will be a key element to the role. However, the work will not be fixed and repetitive and will flex depending upon project requirements and the needs of the business. There will likely be time spent on the development of tools to help apply simple Health Index and CBRM concepts into smaller private network companies where the approach used for the asset intensive large utility companies is not appropriate.
The intern will also be expected to help out with the other areas of the business as required; so supporting the delivery of handheld instruments and monitoring solutions and potentially the reporting of site services work.
Being a small dynamic business within a larger Group will bring exposure to all areas of business from market research, marketing and promotion, sales and high quality delivery of projects in a timely manner.
Our client is a Perth based Engineering company specialised in industrial automation and process control. They are presently in the process of building training systems to teach Engineering students the fundamental concepts of Control System Components (PLCs, HMI etc.). As such they are looking for Engineering students who are looking to do a 3 – 4 month internship to complete this project while being overseen by one of the Senior Electrical Engineers.
Ideally the student will be familiar with the following:
To be eligible for this internship:
The host organisation is a Chemical Engineering products preferred suppliers to Mining/Mineral Processing, Oil & Gas/Energy and General Industrial Sectors.
The internship is for the student to have the opportunity to be exposed to various small projects and would be designed to require the application of chemical engineering expertise.
The intern would undertake projects in two sections of the operation:
1) Technical (6 to 8 weeks)
a. Process instrumentation
• Review existing installed instruments
• Recommend improvements
• Recommend additional instrumentation
b. Reaction processes
• Automate polymerisation reaction
• Recommend control processes for heat sensitive product blend(s) and implement if appropriate
c. Equipment audit
• Assess scrubber(s) and implement appropriate upgrade(s)
• Assess facility structural components and recommend actions
2) Business development (4 to 6 weeks; will involve local, and possibly interstate, travel)
a. Oil and Gas
• Correlate test data with site product performance data
b. Mineral processing
• Product trial monitoring and evaluation
This internship is suitable for Engineering students that are required to complete an internship as a component of their course.
The host organisation is an Engineering Consulting company based in Sydney, Australia offering an internship that would be suitable for a Mining Engineering student.
Eligibility for the internship.
The host organisation is a progressive medium sized Building Services Consulting Engineering firm providing design solutions tailored to meet the client’s needs in the disciplines of Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulics and Fire Protection.
The organisation has a solid client base with interesting and varied projects.
They are looking for a graduate mechanical engineer who is interested in pursuing a career in both Mechanical and Hydraulic engineering field of Building Services.
The graduate position will be structured to provide technical skills development through on the job training. The initial graduate role will primarily focus on project drafting and documentation using Revit (3D) and AutoCad (2D) modelling.
During this internship you will be trained in:
To be eligible for this internship, you must be studying Engineering.
The host orgnisation is a small business based in Sydney providing Design, Project Management, Architecture and Engineering services.
The objectives for mechanical engineering training will include:
Our client is a progressive medium sized Building Services Consulting Engineering firm providing design solutions tailored to meet our client’s needs in the disciplines of Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulics and Fire Protection.
They are looking for someone who has Revit/AutoCAD experience who is interested in perusing a career in the Building Services industry.
This position includes documentation using AutoCAD and Revit, engineering, understanding codes with in-house training in.
The host organisation is a mid-sized company located in Perth, WA, is looking for a motivated student eager to learn more about control systems. The internship is in the field of power and control systems.
In an enterprise with over 60 staff members, you will get the chance to apply your theoretical knowledge and gain valuable practical work experience and learn about SCADA, ITS and HV/LV.
To be eligible for this internship, you must be:
The host organisation is a leading Company in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Automation currently offering an internship in their Melbourne office.
In this internship you will be involved in:
To be eligible for this internship, you must be studying an Electrical Engineering degree with a mandatory internship component.
Our client is looking for Electrical Engineering students to join their team for a three to six months internship. In this role you will utilize your experience or expertise to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others, and work in an everyday engineering environment.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
This is an unpaid internship, therefore, you must be studying an Engineering degree that requires you to do an internship in order to gain academic credit.