MSA Safety

  • Co-op: Electrical Engineer, New Product Development (Fall)

    Job Location(s) US-PA-Cranberry Twp
    Posted Date 3 months ago(3/1/2018 10:24 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-2279
    Number of Vacancies
    1
    Category
    Engineering
    Shift
    1st
  • Overview

    Working alongside experienced engineers, co-ops and 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) co-op will gain an appreciation and understanding of the New Product Development process, real world application of electrical hardware and/or software design as it pertains to embedded systems, and experience with a variety of engineering tools and techniques. The co-op will provide engineering assistance to the design team through any of the following activities:

    Responsibilities

    • Assisting with electronic design tasks
    • Creating and/or reviewing basic software coding
    • Designing and setting up product validation tests and documenting test results
    • Collaborating with international associates to complete project goals
    • Gaining an awareness of budgetary, manufacturing and sourcing limitations

     

    Qualifications

    Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:


    • Technical knowledge and aptitude for programming, evaluating, and testing code.
    • Strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.
    • Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, and presentation).
    • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills and a sharp attention to detail
    • Ability to work in a team environment.

     

    Education and experience required:
    • Incumbent must be actively enrolled in an Electrical or Computer Engineering program (preferably at an ABET-accredited school) and have completed at least one semester of Sophomore year.

     

    Preferred:

    • Junior status

        

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