Mechanical Engineering / Business Commerce Internship

Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA

Engineering Internship where you can gain hands on experience

  • Must be a double degree business commerce student
Positions in this Internship are assigned responsibility for providing engineering expertise, guidance and technical assistance to production operations.
Incumbents accomplish this by performing engineering tasks and by reviewing and evaluating the industrial processes under the supervision of a professional engineer.
Furthermore, they will support the acquisition, development, implementation and commissioning of new equipment.
Typical functions
  • The functions performed by employees in this job include the following:
  • Develops, prepares and/or reviews of manufacturing processes.
  • Develops, prepares and reviews reports and studies to identify and recommend engineering solutions.
  • Performs engineering evaluation of the process considering aspects of ergonomic, efficiency, safety and quality.
  • Develop of SOP (Standard Operations Procedures) considering above aspects
  • Performs time analysis using MTM principles (Method Time Measurement).
  • Conducts engineering research and provides technical assistance on process improvement
  • Assist Production to establish and improve quality of the product, manufacturing time and safety risk reduction
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required to perform duties at this level include:
  • knowledge of
    • basic engineering principles and techniques; 
    • engineering planning; 
    • equipment and materials used in engineering operations; 
    • specialized subjects used in the fields of engineering, such as mathematics, statistics, mechanics, power, physics and chemistry; and 
    • strength of materials. 
  • Ability is required to:
    • apply engineering principles to practical engineering problems; to
    • use engineering equipment and tools, including computer applications; to
    • make, read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications; to
    • express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; to
    • relate abstract ideas to actual needs and adopt an effective course of action; and to
    • establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
Education requirements: Must be studying Mechanical Engineering and a Business Commerce Degree (Finance, Accounting, Economics, or similar)
Specific Project Scope of each
The intern Engineers will mainly support activities in the implementation of new equipment
The ‘clear’ outcome expected
Project coordination of implementation of new equipment:
Acquisition: equipment specification, quoting  comparison and supplier assessment
Implementation: Design development. Risk assessment, project planning
Commissioning: Sampling, Acceptance test and protocols

To apply for this role, please click ‘Apply Now’, answer a few questions about yourself and your studies and attach a current resume.