Cummins Inc. 2020 Undergraduate High Horse Power / HHP Engineering Internship - Perth (13 months F/T) in Perth, Australia
2020 Undergraduate High Horse Power / HHP Engineering Internship - Perth (13 months F/T)
13-month full time undergraduate internship based in Perth
Student engineers with a passion for High Horse Power - gain real world, practical experience
Fully paid internship from 28.01.2020 to 26.02.2021
If you are an undergraduate Mechanical Engineering student looking to jump start your career, we are offering a 13-month full time internship based at our Perth branch.
A global power leader, Cummins Inc. is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. We are the world’s largest independent producer and distributor of diesel engines and related components with revenue excess of $20 billion. Globally we employ around 62,600 people and serve customers in 190 countries.
We are incredibly proud of our culture at Cummins and believe that we are all responsible to uphold our values of Integrity, Diversity and Inclusion, Caring, Excellence and Teamwork.
What’s in it for you?
You will get to work with a global technology leader that designs, manufactures, distributes and services a broad portfolio of power solutions. As the world’s largest diesel engine manufacturer, Cummins will help set you up for success and your future career as you develop your theoretical knowledge into practical skills while contributing meaningfully to the operation of our multi-billion-dollar business.
About the role
Our Perth branch is offering a rare 13-month full time undergraduate HHP Mechanical Engineering Internship opportunity commencing 28th January 2020 for a current undergraduate Mechanical Engineering student who is keen to utilise theoretical skills learnt in their degree and develop practical skills in the workforce. This is a unique opportunity to gain skills and knowledge while you are working full time.
Supporting the High Horse Power engineering team providing hands on support in early warning problem detection, investigation, documentation and correction
Assist with technical issues for distributor branches
Be a focal point for technical communication flow for Western Australia
Undertaking project management on a variety of projects ranging from field test validation to new product design
Hands on troubleshooting
Physical hands on mechanical engine tear down and analysis and component assembly and disassembly
Assist with technical issues for distributor branches
Act as the focal point for technical communication flow the HHP team
Liaising with key internal and external stakeholders
Participate in community involvement teams
To qualify for this undergraduate internship, it is essential that you:
Are currently studying an undergraduate Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Have between 1 and 8 units of study left to complete of your undergraduate degree as of February 2020
Are available for the full 13 months and be willing to defer your studies for that duration
Possess Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency
Note: Applicants that do not meet these qualifying requirements unfortunately will not be considered .
To be successful in this role, you will possess:
Are highly analytical and have a strong attention to detail
Be strongly mechanically minded with experience using mechanical hand tools
Have a clear understanding appreciation of basic (diesel) engine theory and application
Have knowledge using Minitab, 7-step, FME, FEA etc analysis tools
Can demonstrate outstanding interpersonal skills, a team work ethic and the ability to think and operate autonomously and independently when required
Clear communication skills, both written and verbal
Time management skills and ability to multi-task
An interest and willingness to learn and develop new skills in a diverse organisation
Ability to understand and maintain confidentiality
Strong computer literacy and a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
Valid car driving license highly preferred
Are flexible and able to travel as this role will entail visiting both Cummins and customer sites across Western Australia
This is a 13-month, full time, paid placement and the successful candidate will be required to defer their studies for the duration of the program.
How to apply
Applications close midnight Sunday 22nd September 2019.
For all applications please submit your resume, cover letter and academic transcript via the link provided
In your cover letter, please specify how many units of study you have remaining on your undergraduate degree and your motivation behind applying both to Cummins and this specific internship
Note: We will be unable to assess your application without all of the required documents, so please ensure you attach your resume, cover letter and academic transcripts at the time of application.
Your opportunity to power up you career starts right here!
Primary Location Australia-Western Australia-Perth-Australia, Perth, Distributor BR 550
Job Type Internship
Recruitment Job Type Student - Internship
Job Posting Sep 1, 2019, 10:37:30 PM
Unposting Date Ongoing
Req ID: 190003ZP