During the 12 weeks, interns will gain hands-on experiences with rotating equipment including turbines, compressors, motors generators and pumps.
During the 12 weeks, interns will gain hands-on experiences with rotating equipment including turbines, compressors, motors generators and pumps.

Sulzer will once again run its summer intern programme for young engineers in education, allowing college students to receive hands-on experience in turbomachinery repair

The internship will take place in Houston, Texas and is designed to provide first-hand job experience covering how to repair and service rotating equipment so that students can develop their professional skills.

The 12-week internship will run from May to August and will allow the selected students to learn and gather hands-on experience with rotating equipment such as turbines, compressors, motors, generators and pumps, as well as work with skilled shop mechanics, machinists and technicians. In addition, the interns will be assigned one or multiple engineering projects based on the skills acquired in the shop, such as designing new inspection equipment or techniques that improve process flow.

The summer intern programme helps Sulzer to discover promising young engineers and gives them the chance to become full-time employees at Sulzer upon completion of the programme. Jennifer Gaines, mechanical design engineer at Sulzer, and responsible for running the internship program, commented: “Sulzer offers a unique platform, where students can learn how the engineering industry works and show their talents and skills to a leading business, like Sulzer.”

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, you can contact Sulzer at RES_AME_Marketing@Sulzer.com