1 – First Shift
The Electrical Engineer Intern assists with the designing, documenting, building, and testing of new solutions for assigned industry using design tools. This role supports design in production, troubleshooting, and updating. This position helps analyze and providing realistic recommendations on electrical and controls systems to ensure that design meets the design goals and customer needs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
1. Exhibit the Vermeer characteristics of caring culture, demonstrating agility, customer focused and stewardship while modeling the associated behaviors.
2. Help design and detail circuits, harnesses, and assembly prints using SolidWorks software for manufacturability, cost effectiveness, and safety.
3. Assist in developing software and supporting documentation for machine based controls.
4. Debug and test software.
5. Help develop mechanical design of controls-associated structures and bill of materials (BOM).
Education and/or Experience
– High School diploma required.
– Current student pursing a Bachelors’ or Associate’s degree in Mechanical, Industrial, Agriculture or Electrical Engineering.
– Previous internship is a plus.
Other Skills and Abilities
– Ability to identify the root cause of defective parts of product design solutions, including manufactured and purchased component sizing.
– Knowledge in the programming, hydraulics, electronics, statistics, and strength of materials, durability, and serviceability of products.
– Ability to create robust design, identify changes early in the design progress and to recognize design commonality.
– Ability to provide informative and professional assistance when working with the public/customers and co-workers and maintain positive interpersonal relationships which encourage openness with customers and peers.
– Ability to operate simple mechanics tools, wrenches and assembly hand and power tools.
– Ability to produce accurate, professional and error-free documents in a timely manner.
– Demonstration of good oral and written communication skills.
– Ability to maintain a high level of attention to detail.
– Ability to understand material strengths, fatigue strength, and manufacturability to ensure that the right configuration and materials are developed.
ONSITE: A team member’s day-to-day work is best done on a Vermeer campus. If work content can be occasionally completed at an offsite location, discuss potential arrangements with your manager.