DEKA Research and Development, housed in Manchester, NH, has an exciting opportunity for a Electrical Engineering Intern to work in a dynamic R&D environment. In this role you will work alongside a group of passionate engineers to create innovative solutions that truly make a difference.
DEKA offers Internships and Co-Ops for full time students* (must be at least 18 years of age).
How you will make an impact:
- The Fall Intern will assist DEKA team by applying Engineering concepts in the development of hardware solutions for medical products
- Test and troubleshoot electronic circuits using hardware and software tools
- Assist in prototyping circuit designs and developing test fixtures
- Collect device operating data, conduct experimental tests, and evaluate results.
- Assist in Design Verification activities based on electrical and system requirements for product, including EVT and FVT
- Document test procedures and test reports under supervision of senior Engineers
To be successful in this role, you will need the following skills and experience:
- Must be currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s (sophomore of greater) or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater
- Must be able to work 20-40 hours per week
- Coursework and hands on project work in design and analysis of analog and digital circuits
- Knowledge of circuit simulation tools such as Pspice
- Knowledge or programing language, C/C++ preferred
- Writing test scripts in Python
- Proficiency in technical writing
- Good verbal and written communication skills
One hour from the beach, Boston, and the mountains, the historic Amoskeag Millyard once housed the largest textile mills in the world. It is now home to DEKA Research and Development, where we are taking the same innovation and cutting-edge technology into the modern age.
Behind DEKA’s brick walls sits a team of professionals who strive to make a difference every day through thoughtful engineering, design, and manufacturing. Here at DEKA, some of the most innovative and life-changing products of our time are created, and new ideas are always welcome and explored.
*A full time student is defined as being enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits per semester at an undergraduate program, or a minimum of 9 credits per semester for a graduate program.