Facilities Engineer Intern
Colorado Springs, CO
The Facilities Engineering Intern will work in an industrial environment in a high volume semiconductor manufacturing facility. He/She will have exposure to HVAC, Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning equipment that includes but is not limited to natural gas fired hot water and steam producing boilers, centrifugal and condenser chillers, evaporative cooling towers, closed loop chilled water systems, ultra pure water production, air separation nitrogen production, life safety systems and facility control and management systems.
Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
The intern will assist with ongoing and new projects to improve efficiency and solve problems in the Facility Operations and Maintenance department by measuring air or fluid pressures and flows, electrical voltage, current and power consumption, heat and cooling loads in buildings or closed loop systems. He/She will contribute to design considerations for office space occupancy and clean room areas by calculating air flow, heating and cooling requirements, and by assessing the capacity of existing HVAC systems. May be called upon to assess design limitations of tool installation systems, such as water cooling capacities or exhaust flow calculations. This role does use color coding.
Currently enrolled in a 2-4 year college in an engineering discipline. Ability to read and interpret mechanical drawings, architectural plans and written specifications. Work individually and in a team environment. Demonstrate good problem solving skills. Work safely with basic hand tools. Basic computer skills using MS word, Excel, and Outlook. AutoCAD experience a plus.
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