Intern Student Engineer

Company Name:
The Boeing Company
Location North Charleston, SC
Security Clearance Required? No Security Clearance Required
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## Position Description
Summer 2014 Quality Engineering Internship. A great opportunity to support the Boeing 787 Commercial Airplane Program at Interiors Responsibility Center in South Carolina for 3 months. In this position, the selected candidate(s) will perform limited engineering analysis using the tools and processes designed to verify the build process. They will explore and determine methods to meet or exceed engineering requirements and specifications. The candidate will participate in various build team activities, cross-functional assignments, and work to ensure regulatory agency requirements are satisified. Using design/build tools, the candidate will develop engineering solutions that improve the producibility of the 787 Interiors. Working under close supervision for a specified period within the quality engineering occupation and skill area, the selected candidate will perform exercises directly related to their college engineering practical and theoretical background.
## Competencies
Ability to work with multiple functional organizations to accomplish tasks. Collaboration Communication
Basic Qualifications For Consideration
Have you completed course work in an engineering or technical field?
Are you currently enrolled in a college or university?
Will you have completed your sophomore year by June 2014?
## Typical Education/Experience
High school diploma or GED.
## Other Job related information
All employees will be on the Boeing South Carolina benefit structure.
Business Unit Commercial Airplanes
Division Bca Supply Chain Mgt & Ops
Program Quality - Bca
Job Type Non-Management
Experience Level Intern
US Person Status Required? Yes
Closing Date: 03/24/2014about closing dates
Date: 3/17/2014
Category: Support Services
City: North Charleston
Country: USA
State: South Carolina
Requisition ID: 14-1005080

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