Dominion Engineering, Inc. is Looking for MechEs

Dominion Engineering Inc. (DEI) provides expert consulting, R&D, and equipment design for the nuclear power industry.  From supporting currently operating reactors to advanced reactor designs, and nuclear waste management to nuclear thermal propulsion and cogeneration applications, we believe that nuclear energy is essential for deep decarbonization to tackle climate change and for continuing to advance the boundaries of scientific exploration – and we are passionate about being a part of the technical solution.  DEI’s primary asset is its staff, with a healthy mix of senior and younger personnel with expertise in mechanical, chemical, and materials science. Projects often include laboratory investigations, technical report writing, hardware and product design, computer simulations, custom software development, and theoretical modeling. We have been working with utilities, government agencies, national labs, other engineering firms, and private contractors for over 40 years with a focus on maintaining technical quality, client satisfaction, and a dynamic and fulfilling work environment.

We seek top students who desire a technical career path, and who are motivated, creative, and adaptable. Success at DEI requires not only the aptitude to perform detailed engineering work, but also interface with clients and communicate effectively. We believe that with the support our other staff provide, you can become an industry expert. DEI engineers often work on up to a dozen projects at once. This keeps work varied, allows us to maximize each of our individual talents, and allows each person to develop expertise in new areas. Our compensation is extremely competitive, because we believe that you should be paid for the value you provide. We provide mentoring, technical resources, and our open-door atmosphere allows you to learn from other industry experts as you find what problems you are passionate about solving. Interested in joining the team? Email me at jreinders@domeng.com

Digital Alloys Internship Opportunities

Check out this exciting opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical and electrical engineering at Digital Alloys, Inc. Digital Alloys is a metal 3D printing startup developing a new technology called Joule Printing. It is a company of only 25 employees which means each person has a direct impact on company success.

We are looking for interns to work on all things mechanical and/or electrical on the machine we are developing. The role includes but is not limited to generating system requirements, mechanical design & analysis, making and releasing drawings, working with suppliers to fabricate parts, and assembling and testing in house. We are looking for anyone with a passion for innovation and a willingness to learn on the job.

For more information on the company and technology, check out our website and LinkedIn pages below. Our VP of Business runs a blog which outlines the 3D printing industry landscape, comparing the various technologies and where ours fits into the market.

Digital Alloys Website: https://www.digitalalloys.com/

Digital Alloys LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/digitalalloys/

Digital Alloys Blog Series: https://www.digitalalloys.com/blog/

Please reach out to Devinne Cullinane,  Cornell University BSME ’18, M. Eng. ’18, at devinnec@digitalalloys.com with your resume and a note on your background.

 

Summer Internships with the Campus Sustainability Office

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Applications due April 18th, 2019

Interested in working for one of the nation’s leading sustainability offices in higher education?

The Campus Sustainability Office is seeking applications for summer positions, open to highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students at Cornell University.  Internships begin Summer 2019 with possibility for extension through the Fall or academic year. https://sustainablecampus.cornell.edu/about/jobs-opportunities

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