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Engineering Intern - Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) in Madison, PA at Westinghouse Electric Company

Date Posted: 1/30/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Job ID: 26637BR

Job Responsibilities:
• The successful candidate will support the steam generator services group to learn the necessary skills in eddy current testing (a non-destructive testing discipline).
• The successful candidate will utilize software and engineering knowledge to design, install, startup, test, and/or maintain software and systems used in steam generator services non-destructive examinations.
• The successful candidate will also prepare and review technical documents including writing procedures, specifications, purchase requisitions, proposal inputs, cost estimates and various other documents
• The successful candidate will also support lessons learn implementation for software maintenance based off of field application

Minimum Requirements:

Desired Requirements
• Engineering discipline in computer science, computer engineering, industrial engineering or mechanical engineering, with a preferred degree in non-destructive testing.
• Two-Year Associates degrees will also be considered
• Preferred knowledge in one or more of the following; net programming, C/C++ programming (Microsoft Visual Studio a plus), or java programming (Eclipse IDE a plus)
• The successful candidate will possess the familiarity with following skillsets:
o Microsoft Windows system administration and configuration
o Familiarity with LAN administration, Ethernet routing and Network administration
o Familiarity with SQL database interfaces and database management
o Experience in Advanced Signal processing techniques, digital image processing



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