Sulzer, the independent service provider for the repair and maintenance of rotating machines, will once again run its summer intern program for young engineers in education. The internship, taking place in Houston, TX, USA, is designed to provide first-hand job experience on how to repair and service rotating equipment. Through this programme, students can develop their professional skills, valuable to their future careers.
The 12-week internship will run from May to August and will allow the selected students to learn and gather hands-on experience with rotating equipment such as turbines, compressors, motors, generators and pumps, as well as work hand-in-hand with skilled shop mechanics, machinists and technicians. In addition, the interns will be assigned one or multiple engineering projects based on the skills acquired in the shop, such as designing new inspection equipment or techniques that improve process flow.
The summer intern program helps Sulzer to discover promising young engineers; thus the initiative will also give a chance to prospective applicants to become full-time employees at Sulzer upon completion of the internship program.
The intern program runs on a regular basis, offering students the chance to develop commercial experience within an engineering environment.
Anyone interested in learning more about this opportunity is invited to get in touch with Sulzer at RES_AME_Marketing@Sulzer.com.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/09052019/sulzer-opens-applications-for-2019-summer-intern-programme/
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