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Engineering Internship

Opportunities
Overview
Boeing Engineering Intern Program Summer 2015

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Internship Locations
Boeing Engineering Intern Program

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Engineering Function Matrix


Boeing Engineering Intern Program

Electrical
Electrical System
Design
Wire Design, Install
and Integration
Electrical Design
and Analysis
Electrophysics
Avionics
Architecture
Electronics
Sensors &
Communications

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Flight
Propulsion
Air Breathing and
Rocket
Weight & Mass
Properties
Acoustics
Configuration &
Integration
Flight
Guidance,
Navigation and
Control

Industrial
Industrial

Materials
Materials, Process
& Physics

*Limited opportunities may be available in other areas as well. Candidate


eligibility for these opportunities will be determined at time of interview.

Engineering Function Matrix


Boeing Engineering Intern Program

Mechanical/
Structural
Mechanical
Structural Design
Structural Analysis
Manufacturing
Liaison
Tooling
Payloads
Product Support

Software
Real Time Software
Software
Engineering

Systems
Systems Architecture,
Integration & Design

Test
Test & Evaluation

Customer Engineering
Certification
Regulatory Administration
System Safety
Reliability, Maintainability,
System Health,
Survivability, Vulnerability,
Susceptibility, Testability
Product Lifecycle
Management
Human System Integration
Modeling, Simulation &
Operational Analysis
Communications &
System Security
Mechanical System
Design & Safety
Mechanical Hydraulics

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*Limited opportunities may be available in other areas as well. Candidate


eligibility for these opportunities will be determined at time of interview.

Engineering Function Matrix


Boeing Engineering Intern Program

Specialty
Environmental / Heath &
Safety
Quality
Facilities
Equipment
Security Technical
Operations

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*Limited opportunities may be available in other areas as well. Candidate


eligibility for these opportunities will be determined at time of interview.

Electrical Engineering
Boeing Business Intern Program
Responsibilities
Electrical System
Design
Wire Design, Install and
Integration
Electrical Design and
Analysis

Electrophysics

Avionics Architecture

Preferred Majors

Available
Sites*

Applies electronic/electrical engineering principles, other engineering


disciplines and scientific principles, for the design, analysis, validation and
support of system, equipment and wiring.
Design wiring architecture, harnesses, and physical wire routing installations

Design the physical installations of such equipment as antennas, lights,


computers, and misc. electrical and electronic equipment
Support the review, development and release of certification and qualification
of test documents, conduct limited supervised laboratory testing, and attend
Technical Collaboration meetings.
Analyze supplier designs and tests/troubleshoots for cabin and network
systems
Develop and validate electromagnetic requirements for electrical\electronic
systems, mechanical systems, interconnects and structures.
Develop and document avionics system architecture, hardware and software
designs and interface specifications.
Test and validate to ensure system designs meet operational and functional
requirements.
Supports fielded hardware and software over the entire product lifecycle.

Engineering
Majors:
Electrical,
Mechanical, Aero,
Software/Computer
Applied Science
Majors:
Physics,
Mathematics

Huntsville, AL;
Mesa, AZ, El
Segundo, CA,;
Long Beach,
CA; Seal
Beach, CA;
Huntington
Beach, CA;
Colorado
Springs, CO;
St. Louis, MO;
Oklahoma City,
OK; Ridley
Park, PA;
Houston; TX;
Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA
area

Electronics

Sensors &
Communications
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Develops multi-card electronic designs consistent with requirements and


specifications.
Validate designs through various methods of review, testing and analysis.
Investigate emerging technologies to develop concepts for future products.
Develop and validate requirements for various communication, sensor,
electronic warfare and other electromagnetic systems and components.

*Site availability is subject to change

Flight Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Responsibilities

Aerodynamics

Propulsion
Air Breathing and
Rocket

Weight & Mass


Properties

Acoustics

Configuration &
Integration

Flight

Guidance,
Navigation and
Control

Preferred Majors

Available Sites*

Design and analysis of aerodynamic/aerothermodynamic flight vehicles.


Develop new and improve existing technologies, tools and processes to enhance technology readiness, improve
vehicle performance and reduce cycle time and cost.
Develop test requirements (e.g., wind tunnel, ground, flight, accident and incident and product support testing of
aerodynamics or aeroheating/thermal characteristics) of flight vehicles.

Define requirements for propulsion systems, auxiliary power systems and vehicle fuel and tank systems.
Define, coordinate and control the functional and physical interfaces between the propulsion system and the
vehicle.
Document configurations and designs of propulsion sub-systems and components.
Estimate or calculate system performance by use of various testing, analysis, modeling and simulation tools.
Develop weight, balance and mass properties data and define requirements.
Provide vehicle or system configuration guidance.
Estimate calculate and measure and verify mass, weight, stiffness and inertias of components, assemblies and
completed vehicles or systems.
Develop and maintain weight, balance and mass properties accounting systems and generating weight and
balance reports.

Engineering
Majors:
Aero, Mechanical

Define basic test programs for research in acoustics and applies acoustic analytical techniques in order to
determine suppression system program results and adequacy to meet regulatory/specified noise requirements.
Design of basic structural, airframe, nacelle and component elements of flight vehicles

Huntsville, AL;
Mesa, AZ;
Southern CA;
Potomac Region;
Seattle, WA area

Synthesis of conceptual/preliminary aerospace/aeronautical vehicles and supports multi-disciplinary design cycle


analysis and configuration data.
Vehicle configuration design from customer requirements. Document trade studies, baseline management and
change control.
Define and integrate the vehicle performance characteristics to meet mission performance requirements, including
full product life cycle from initial vehicle concept definition, through design, test, validation and in-service support.

Design of guidance, navigation and control systems for aircraft, missiles and spacecraft.
Evaluate system level requirements to support flight control and mission or trajectory requirements definition.
Translate functional requirements into specifications (hardware or software) and designs, specifies and evaluates
systems and architectures to comply with company, customer and regulatory requirements.

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Engineering
Majors: Aero,
Mechanical,
Electrical,
Software

*Site availability is subject to change

Industrial Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Responsibilities

Industrial

Develops, implements and evaluates processes to optimize


operational efficiency.
Use mathematical, process and simulation models to optimize
use and integration of facilities, equipment, materials, processes
and personnel.

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Preferred Majors

Industrial Engineering

Available Sites*

Charleston, SC;
Seattle, WA area

*Site availability is subject to change

Materials Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program

Responsibilities

Materials, Process
& Physics

Structural (metallic, composite, ceramic) material


characterization and development
Nonmetallic materials and coatings development and
evaluation
Develop of aerospace component manufacturing processes
Provide Technical support to Production Programs
Transition technologies to new programs

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Preferred Majors
Material Science, Materials
Engineering, Metallurgical
Engineering, Chemistry,
Chemical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Manufacturing Engineering
and Manufacturing
Technology

Available
Sites*
Huntsville, AL
Charleston, SC
St. Louis, MO
Seattle, WA
Philadelphia, PA
Mesa, AZ
Oklahoma City,
OK

*Site availability is subject to change

Mechanical/Structural Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Responsibilities

Preferred Majors

Mechanical

Develops, integrates and documents mechanical , fluid system, and thermal environment requirements
Develops and maintains the mechanical, fluid systems, component and installation designs using 3-D
Computer Aided Engineering tools
Provides product definition to other engineering groups, production operations, suppliers and customers
throughout the product lifecycle.

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aerospace,
Aeronautical

Structural Design

Develops, integrates and documents structural requirements


Develops, maintains and modifies structural and component designs, using 3-D CAD tools
Provides product definition to other engineering groups, production operations, suppliers and customers
throughout the product lifecycle.

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aerospace,
Aeronautical

Structural Analysis

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aerospace,
Aeronautical, Civil

Develops, integrates and documents structural requirements to establish the system design
Guides product design and verifies structural integrity by using analytical methods, finite element
models/simulations and other analysis tools throughout the product lifecycle

Integrates producibility and manufacturability knowledge, information and requirements into the manufacturing
phase of the program
Conceptualizes and designs the program architecture for build.
Develops advanced manufacturing and engineering technologies

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aerospace,
Manufacturing

Liaison

Develops solutions to product/process issues for production or technical in-service issues.


Assists with the design of interim structural repairs to restore damaged structure to original design strength
capability.

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aerospace,
Manufacturing

Tooling

Develops requirements and structural designs that translate into factory hardware tooling structures.
Develops concepts, designs and analyzes factory equipment and tools to produce aerospace products.

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aerospace,
Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Payloads

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Structural, Aero,
Civil

Documentation of structural and interior payload system requirements to establish the system design.
Development, maintenance and modification of payload system and component designs
Test to validate and verify systems and components meet requirements and specifications.

Research engineering drawings, maintenance documents, supplier and airline data to develop engineering data
that ensures the capability of spare part products and services throughout the airplane lifecycle.
Product Support

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Engineering Majors:
Mechanical,
Aeronautical/
Aerospace,
Civil/Structural,
Electrical

Available Sites*

Huntsville, AL;
El Segundo, CA;
Huntington Beach,
CA;
St. Louis, MO;
Oklahoma City, OK;
Ridley Park, PA;
Potomac Region;
Houston, TX;
Seattle, WA area

Seattle, WA area

Seattle, WA area

*Site availability is subject to change

Software Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Responsibilities
Real Time
Software

Software

Develop, maintains, and enhances complex and diverse


software systems (e.g., processing-intensive
analytics, novel algorithm development, manipulation of extremely lar
ge data sets, real-time systems, and
business management information systems) based upon
documented requirements.
Develop and maintains code and integrates software components
into a fully functional software system.
Test procedures and document test results to ensure software
system requirements are met.

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Preferred Majors

Engineering Majors:
Software/Computer,
Electrical

Available Sites*
Huntsville, AL;
Mesa, AZ, El
Segundo, CA,; Long
Beach, CA; Seal
Beach, CA;
Huntington Beach,
CA; Colorado
Springs, CO; St.
Louis, MO;
Oklahoma City, OK;
Ridley Park, PA;
Houston; TX;
Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

*Site availability is subject to change

Systems Engineering (1 of 2)
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Primary Responsibilities

Systems Architecture,
Integration & Design

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ,


Southern CA; Colorado Springs,
CO; St. Louis, MO; Ridley Park,
PA; Houston; TX; Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

Support purchaser activities


Analyze and improve processes
Improve tool and data from various databases

Engineering Majors:
Civil, Mechanical,
Chemical and Electrical

Seattle, WA area

Define the regulatory certification requirements for a specific product


Reviews for accuracy, facilitates necessary changes, tracks program to certification
schedule and documents data correction

Engineering Majors:
Aerospace/Aeronautical,
Chemical, Electrical, Math,
Mechanical , Physics, or
Systems Engineering

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ,


Southern CA; Colorado Springs,
CO; St. Louis, MO; Ridley Park,
PA; Houston; TX; Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

Customer Engineering

Certification

Available Sites*

Engineering Majors:
Aero, Mechanical,
Electrical, Software or
Systems

Identify, validate, and allocate an integrated set of product requirements that results in a
balanced design.
Perform analysis, to ensure the design as a whole is well understood ,under normal and
non-normal operating conditions.
Identify and manage risks

Preferred Majors

Regulatory
Administration

Coordinate the development of regulatory certification requirements, means of


compliance, address certification risk items, and facilitate the resolution of technical
issues.

System Safety

Analyze accident, incident, event, and systems performance data to determine safety
risk levels
Identify and analyze potential safety hazards in design, operational procedures,
maintenance practices and manufacturing processes.
Coordinate analyses for Safety Review Board and Engineering Investigation Board
reviews, and corrective actions through the functional design organizations and various
government agencies.

Reliability,
Maintainability, System
Health, Survivability,
Vulnerability,
Susceptibility, Testability

Perform failure modes and effects analysis, fault tree analysis, 3-D human modeling for
maintenance access, reliability and maintainability predictions, and component analysis
to assess design characteristics.
Gather and provide data to report validation and verification compliance activities,
through analysis, inspection, demonstration or test, to assess adherence to
specifications or regulatory requirements
Basic knowledge of root cause analysis and corrective action , failure mode effect and
criticality mission analysis for development and in service products.

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Engineering Majors:
Aero, Mechanical,
Electrical, Software or
Systems

Engineering Majors:
Aerospace/Aeronautical,
Mechanical or Systems

Engineering Majors:
Aerospace/Aeronautical,
Chemical, Electrical, Math,
Mechanical , Physics, or
Systems

Southern CA;
Seattle, WA area

Seattle, WA area

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ,


Southern CA; Colorado Springs,
CO; St. Louis, MO; Oklahoma
City, OK; Ridley Park, PA;
Houston; TX; Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

*Site availability is subject to change

Systems Engineering (2 of 2)
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Primary Responsibilities
Perform analysis of engineering design, manufacturing & product support
requirements to develop and implement new process and tool technologies.
Utilize an understanding of product design and build processes and applies
standard methods to construct program planning models simulating the multifunctional dependencies of the product development lifecycle.

Preferred Majors

Available Sites*

Engineering Majors: Mechanical,


Aero, Electrical, Systems

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ;


Southern CA; St. Louis, MO

Engineering Majors: Mechanical ,


Electrical, Aerospace Engineering
(MS Human Factors) Chemical,
Electrical, Math, Physics, or
Systems

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ;


Southern CA; Colorado Springs,
CO; St. Louis, MO; Oklahoma
City, OK; Ridley Park, PA;
Houston; TX; Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

Applied knowledge of mathematical modeling and advanced mathematics


Perform multi-disciplinary trade studies
Perform operational effectiveness analysis methodologies (Mission & System)
Ability to resolve Customer / Industry / Government requirements / interfaces /
operational effectiveness and perform Lifecycle Cost Analysis

Engineering Majors: Electrical ,


Software or Systems

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ;


Southern CA; Colorado Springs,
CO; St. Louis, MO; Oklahoma
City, OK; Ridley Park, PA;
Houston; TX; Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

Communications &
System Security

Perform network communication concepts, principles, architectures


Apply end-to-end knowledge of network transport technologies, systems,
environments, services, protocols, performance monitoring and diagnostic
analysis
Apply knowledge of verification, validation, certification, qualification processes
and procedures
Work with system security domains (information assurance, anti-tamper, intrusion
detection, software protection, software assurance, communications security,
encryption, key management, countermeasures)

Engineering Majors:
Communication Systems,
Electrical, Software or Systems

Huntsville, AL; Mesa, AZ,


Southern CA; Colorado Springs,
CO; St. Louis, MO; Oklahoma
City, OK; Ridley Park, PA;
Houston; TX; Arlington; VA;
Seattle, WA area

Mechanical Systems
Design & Analysis

Aircraft Environmental Controls Systems (ECS) Definition - Architecture,


Performance, Analysis, Certification, and Validation
ECS Design, spatial integration, fabrication plans, and manufacturing coordination
Supplier coordination and management requirements definition, technical
oversight, & project management

Engineering Majors:
Mechanical, Aerospace, Aviation,
Environmental; Emphasis in Fluid
Mechanics, Thermodynamics, or
Heat Transfer

Seattle, WA area

Develops and functionally integrates mechanical, electronic, hydraulic, and


thermal requirements to create the architectures and designs for the following
aircraft systems: brake control/antiskid/autobrake, landing gear actuation,
steering, cargo door actuation, and hydraulic power generation.
Researches and investigates emerging technologies to ensure that our future
system designs bring value to the aircraft and lead competition in marketplace.

Engineering Majors: Mechanical


or Electrical, Computer Science,
Physics

Seattle, WA area

Product Lifecycle
Management

Human System
Integration

Modeling, Simulation &


Operational Analysis

Mechanical Hydraulics

Develop and maintain effective and efficient flight crew interface.


Apply basic knowledge of human capabilities and constraints along with
knowledge of the user and their environments to assist in the development, test
and evaluation of safe and effective user interfaces

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*Site availability is subject to change

Test Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program

Test &
Evaluation

Responsibilities

Preferred Majors

Available Sites*

Participate in laboratory and flight test activities supporting


commercial and military aerospace product test programs.
Assist in mechanical, electrical, structural, aerodynamics,
environmental and flight testing.
Prepare test plans, schedules and documentation.
Assist engineers with analysis of engineering designs to define
testing requirements.
Assist in the development of test procedures to preform the
test within constraints of the test plan.

Aeronautical, Aerospace,
Electrical, Industrial,
Mechanical, and
Computer Science

Huntsville, AL; Mesa,


AZ; Southern CA; St.
Louis, MO;
Philadelphia, PA;
Charleston, SC;
Seattle, WA area

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*Site availability is subject to change

Specialty Engineering
Boeing Engineering Intern Program
Responsibilities

Environmental /
Heath & Safety

Quality

Facilities

Equipment

Security
Technical
Operations

Preferred Majors

Available Sites*

Collect, review and analyze environmental data


Assist in the preparation of environmental risk analysis
Assist in the design, selection and operation of equipment to
minimize hazards, ensure compliance and reduce costs

Environmental

Seattle, WA area

Assist with root cause analyses.


Uses basic statistical methodologies to ensure specified levels of
process capability are achieved, maintained or improved.
Participates in the review of designs for manufacturability,
producibility and inspectability.

Electrical,
Manufacturing,
Mechanical, Systems,
Aerospace

Seattle, WA area

Assist in developing basic conceptual designs, final designs, design


criteria and estimates and provides maintenance support for all
phases of the buildings systems, including material selections and
equipment installations
Ensure/aligns internal and Architectural and Engineering designs
with customer requirements, building codes and applicable
regulations

Civil, Structural,
Mechanical, Electrical,
Architecture, Chemical,
Industrial

Southern CA; St.


Louis, MO;
Seattle, WA area

Assist in development and review of specifications, conceptual and


final designs, cost estimates and provide maintenance support for
the procurement or modification of equipment systems (e.g.
vehicles, cranes, work stands, flight line equipment, material
handling etc.).
Verify that all equipment and its installation is documented including
hardware, software and the configuration of equipment.

Mechanical, Electrical,
Chemical

Southern CA; St.


Louis, MO;
Seattle, WA area

Assist in engineering intrusion detection and access control


systems as well as researching new security technologies

Electrical

Seattle, WA area

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*Site availability is subject to change