MSA Safety

  • Science Intern (Summer)

    Job Location(s) US-CA-Lake Forest,
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/10/2018 7:54 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-2478
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
    Is Relocation Being Offered?
    No
  • Overview

    Working alongside experienced engineers and scientists, interns have a unique opportunity to apply their academic learning to products that protect lives in communities around the world. The Fixed Gas and Flame Detection (FGFD) intern will gain an appreciation and understanding of the New Product Development process, real world application of optical and chemical gas detection, and experience with a variety of scientific tools and techniques. The intern will provide technical assistance to the design team through any of the following activities:

    Responsibilities

    • Responsibilities:
    • Assist with gas detection sensor and instrument setup.
    • Run experiments such as impact of environment on optical gas and flame detectors.
    • Write test reports based on experiments conducted.
    • Identify issues, propose solutions where practical.

     

    Skills and abilities required:

    • Strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.
    • Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, and presentation).
    • Hands on technical aptitude with instrumentation.
    • Ability to work in a team environment.

    Qualifications

    Skills and abilities required:

    • Strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.
    • Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, and presentation).
    • Hands on technical aptitude with instrumentation.
    • Ability to work in a team environment.

     

    Education and experience required:

    • Incumbent should be actively pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in a Science or Engineering program from an ABET-accredited school 

     

    Preferred Education and experience:

    • Junior status

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