Engineering Co-op Program/Opportunities: At SEA, we thrive in furthering the knowledge and development of college students. An SEA Energy Engineering Intern/Co-op (EEI) supports Energy Engineers, Sr. Energy Engineers &/or the Director of Energy Engineering by performing engineering analysis needed for determining the applicability and feasibility of energy efficiency retrofits &/or water conservation retrofits to commercial, institutional &/or industrial facilities of virtually all sizes and types. Technology involved could potentially include any of the following:
Building Energy Modeling
Lighting sources & automated controls
Heating, ventilating & air conditioning systems
Building envelope construction components
Computerized direct digital control systems & software programs
Renewable energy technologies such as photovoltaic’s, wind turbines, methane recovery, biomass & geothermal
Such energy engineering analysis will normally be performed within SEA’s corporate headquarters in Birmingham, Alabama. However, periodically, it will be necessary for an EEI to travel with one or more SEA Energy Engineers to the site of SEA’s client for surveying of existing facilities and related on-site conditions. Most often, client sites will be U.S. military installations or similar campuses. Work assignments and travel vary depending on project availability. This position involves at least two (2), preferably three (3) consecutive semesters. To be eligible for the co-op program a student must meet a 3.0 cumulative GPA in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. We offer our co-ops:
Monthly living/utility allowance
Possible world-wide travel
How to Apply:
If you are interested in becoming a member of the SEA team and have the noted qualifications, please click here to complete an online application and attach your resume. Additional questions can be sent by email to our Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any information provided is kept in strict confidence.
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