Electrical Engineer: part-time in Charlotte, NC at Westinghouse Electric Company

Date Posted: 11/24/2019

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Job Description

Job ID: 30059BR

Are you interested in being part of an innovative team that supports Westinghouse’s mission to provide clean energy solutions? At Westinghouse, we recognize that our employees are our most valuable asset and we seek to identify, attract and recruit the most qualified talent while recognizing and encouraging the value of diversity in the global workplace.

If this sounds like an environment you would thrive in, we have an exciting opportunity for a part-time Electrical Engineer.

Your Day-to-Day:
* Ability to work independently using basic knowledge obtained from core college courses
* Utilizing Software Packages such as Mathcad, Matlab, PSPice or equavilent and ability to learn other new packages quickly.
* Knowledge using Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and Access
* Providing engineering design and/or analysis for nuclear products/projects including electrical system design, instrumentation and controls designs, and system wiring;
* Interfacing with other internal functional groups on similar engineering level to obtain information necessary to perform work assignments
* Must be able to work on-site between 8 -24 hours per week

Minimum Requirements:

Who You Are:
As a successful candidate, you will bring the following to the team:

* Pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Electrical or Controls Engineering discipline.
* Minimum GPA of 3.0 strongly preferred.
* Minimum Sophomore status required which includes completion of several electrical engineering classes
* Experience with Software Packages such as Mathcad, Matlab, PSPice or equivalent software packages strongly preferred.
* Knowledge using Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and Access
* US Citizen or Permanent Resident



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