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About the Job
Facilities Engineering interns will receive significant projects related to their Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, or Controls studies that are rewarding and beneficial to the facilities organization.
Mechanical Engineering interns may work issues related to thermodynamics, heat transfer, gas and fluid mechanics, process control or HVAC and psychometric processes. Most projects will support advanced micro-electronics manufacturing operations.
Chemical Engineering interns will often work with over fifty types of chemicals and gases that are used in the production of semiconductors.
Electrical Engineering interns will often have projects related to power distribution systems that ensure 100% uptime of the manufacturing equipment.
All intern projects often include the following responsibilities:
- Examining existing mechanical systems to troubleshoot problems and improve operating efficiencies (i.e., reduce operating and maintenance costs), improve reliability and/or regain capacity, etc.
- Working with programmable logic controllers (PLC’s) to automate the Facilities systems, also known as Controls Engineering
- Using flow and pressure monitoring equipment to generate useful graphical data for communications
- Responsibility for static, dynamic design, and examination of mechanical systems, equipment and packages
- Conducting feasibility studies and testing on new and modified designs
- Providing design information to drafting for packaging documentation
- Planning plant, office and production equipment layouts for economy of operation and maximum utilization of facilities and equipment
- Reviewing and estimating design costs including equipment, installation, labor, materials, preparation, and other related costs
- Developing criteria and performance specifications for facilities and equipment, required to meet unique operating requirements and building and safety codes
Put your talent to work with us as a Facilities Engineering Intern – change the world, love your job!
Texas Instruments will not sponsor job applicants for visas or work authorization for this position.
- Currently pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Controls Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology.
- Minimum Cumulative 3.0/4.0 GPA
- Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively with people in different functions
- Strong time management skills that enable on-time project delivery
- Ability to build strong, influential relationships Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment
- Ability to take the initiative and drive for results
Successful applicants for this position must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Vaccine verification will be required by October 29, 2021 or your start date, whichever is later, unless an exemption has been approved by TI as a medical or religious accommodation.
If you are interested in this position, please apply to this requisition.
Texas Instruments is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse, inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, disability, genetic information, national origin, gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.