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Mechanical Engineer Intern

As a Mechanical Engineering Intern, you will be working in a fast-paced engineering and production environment. Aeros is seeking a Mechanical Engineering Intern to assist the engineering team with designs and plans for machining, processing, assembly, and material handling. You will work with team members in all disciplines to solve challenging problems and build institutional knowledge about complex systems. You will be involved in all aspects of design including systems engineering, manufacturing, and mechanical integration.

Essential Functions:
• Create 3D models
• Create, revise, and edit production drawings
• Prototyping and testing
• Designing mechanical, structural, electro-mechanical, and pneumatic systems
• Research and development
• Work with vendors to locate parts based on requirements

Qualifications:
• Strong computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office products and computer-aided drafting software, such as Solid Works
• Knowledge of Catia V6 is a plus
• Knowledge of applicable industry and/or academic practices and standards in mechanical design
• Experience with the design process from requirements to implementation
• Experience working with Government regulations (FAA, DOT, etc) a plus

Skills:
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Rigorous attention to detail
• Be able to work in a multi-cultural team environment
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Must be eager to learn

Education:
Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, 

Students and New Graduate Engineers

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Corporate Headquarters: 1734 Aeros Way, Montebello CA 90640 U.S.A.

Phone + 1 323 201 83 00

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control of static heaviness (COSH)

The patented COSH system allows the Aeroscraft to compress inert helium for in-flight ballasting, which enables true vertical take-off and landing flight without external ballasts, used bother airships. By being able control the vehicle’s heaviness relative to the outside air, the Aeroscraft has eliminated the need for infrastructure and ground personnel from the equation, and opened a new area for cargo logistics, commercial and government transportation.