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Brief Details

Job: Business Program Intern
Paid/Unpaid: unpaid
Company: Siemens
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee Est
Application Deadline:

Internship Description

Business Program Intern


Job Description

Systems-Hardware Engineering-Knoxville Office

Division Description

The Siemens Healthcare Division develops innovations that
support better patient outcomes with greater efficiencies, giving providers the
confidence they need to meet the clinical, operational and financial challenges
of a changing healthcare landscape.  As a global leader in medical
imaging, laboratory diagnostics, and healthcare information technology, we have
a keen understanding of the entire patient care continuum—from prevention and
early detection to diagnosis and treatment. For further information, please
visit:  http://www.usa.siemens.com/healthcare


Position Overview

Siemens Molecular Imaging has an exceptional opportunity for
an Electrical Engineering Intern in our Knoxville TN office. The successful
candidate will join our hardware development team in the design, production and
support of PET (Positron Emission Tomography) gamma-ray imaging systems with
involvement in a variety of new design and sustaining projects.

The Electrical Engineering Intern position is an entry-level
technical position intended to provide the intern with industry experience, a
familiarity with Siemens, and enable Siemens to obtain an in-depth evaluation
of potential future staff members. The position is usually filled by
Electrical/Computer Engineering students in the last two years of their
undergraduate program.

An electrical engineering intern may be assigned a wide
range of duties depending on the specific background of the individual.
Assignments are performed under the close supervision of a senior member of the
engineering staff.


The key responsibilities of the position include:

  • Development
    of low complexity PC Board assemblies and test fixtures.
  • Development
    of test firmware/scripts for automated testing of assemblies.
  • Development
    of engineering tools, databases, websites and hardware infrastructure
    needed to support the engineering environment.
  • Integration
    testing of new hardware/software releases with thorough documentation of
    test results and written report summary.
  • Creation
    of defect reports in TFS defect tracking system and verification of fixes.
  • Complaint
    and field return analysis.

Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience

  • Self-motivated
    individual with good oral and written English communication skills.
  • Minimum
    of two years of college majoring in Electrical/Computer Engineering at an
    accredited college or university.
  • Education
    focus in the following areas: signal processing, analog or digital circuit
  • Working
    knowledge and use of computer system hardware, operating systems,
    application software, drivers and peripherals.
  • Experience
    in Microsoft Office products.
  • Authorized
    to work in the US on a full-time basis (no Visa sponsorship).
  • Duration:  7+ months
    (6-Jan-2020 to 09-Aug-2020) Selected candidate is expected to work full
    time with flexibility to attend critical courses as needed.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience

  • Familiarity
    with engineering tools and test equipment is considered a plus.
  • Programming
    ability for test automation, experience with databases is a plus.
  • Experience
    with FPGA hardware and programming in VHDL is an asset.
  • Experience
    in medical device development or a regulated industry is desirable.