BWX Technologies, Inc. Co-op Student Engineering in CAMBRIDGE, Ontario
BWXT Canada Ltd. is a world leader in design, engineering, manufacture, construction and service of nuclear power generation equipment. As a supplier of innovative, high-quality nuclear components and services we cater to a worldwide customer base. We take great pride in supplying highly engineered solutions that allow our customers to compete within the complex nuclear power generation industry.
Co-op Student (Engineering)
We are recruiting for a Co-op Student (Engineering) for our facility in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada for the Winter 2017 co-op work term (Jan. - April).
Key responsibilities are:
Assist lead welding engineer execute contract work.
Assist with reviewing and / or creating welding shop instruction procedures.
Review manufacturing drawings and develop welding fabrication methods.
Investigate welding non-conforming components and assist in implementing approved corrective actions.
Assist in developing weld procedure qualifications, testing and reporting.
Work on Research & Development welding projects.
At least be in a third year of Mechanical Engineering program.
Knowledge of materials (ME215 or ME230) would be an asset.
Knowledge of welding processes and fabrication (ME340) would be an asset.
Proficient in MS Office applications: Word and Excel.
Experience in SolidWorks and/or AutoCAD.
Excellent communication and relationship building skills.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Proven problem solving and decision making abilities.
Commitment to continuous improvement.
BWXT Canada Ltd. embraces diversity of thought, values individuality, encourages new perspectives and provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, record of offences, marital status, family status or disability, or any other category protected by provincial law.