Siemens Mobility US is looking for an aspiring engineer to come aboard for a 10–12-week internship journey where they will get exposure to what happens behind the scenes to make the rail world go round.
During your summer journey with us, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Bid Management Team where you will learn how to analyze project requirements to accurately develop component quotations for large value rail projects.
If you are a rising junior or senior pursuing an undergraduate degree, live near Alpharetta, and are ready to discover the amazing opportunities that the rail industry has to offer then look no further.
A little bit about us
Siemens Mobility provides efficient and coordinated transportation of people and goods by rail – including rolling stock, rail automation, rail electrification, and service. We craft and manufacture across the entire spectrum of rolling stock, including commuter and regional passenger trains, light rail and streetcars, metros, locomotives, passenger coaches, and high-speed trainsets. Cities and Railroads also rely on us to provide traction-power substations and electricity transmission, as well as signaling and control technology for freight and passenger rail and transit systems.
How does the bid department play into the big picture?
Any equipment that is manufactured in our facility begins in the hands of the bid management team. Every potential project is analyzed for material costs, labor costs, required factory investments, and development costs. These costs are identified working with a variety of functions within our Alpharetta location, as well as our global colleagues. The result of this analysis is turned into a detailed quotation, reviewed with local and global management, and then submitted to our customers.
What you will do…
Learn about our standard processes
Gain insight into bid management essentials related to activities such as: material and labor cost estimation, one time cost calculation, and cost escalation practices
Work with project managers, engineers, and manufacturing experts to learn about the entire lifecycle of a project through shadowing and the assignment of relevant tasks to build up your practical knowledge.
Interface with different areas of the business and learn about how collaboration drives success
Communicating technical concepts
Ability to work independently as needed
Must be pursuing a bachelor’s or advanced degree in Engineering - Mechanical, Electrical, Computer or similar from an accredited college or university
Legal authorization to work in the US is required
Must reside or go to school near internship location (Alpharetta)
Preferred cumulative GPA of 3.0
Previous internship experience or relevant school projects
Strong communication skills – verbal and written
Ability to work on a team
Interest in learning about the rail industry – project management, customer service operations, manufacturing, etc.
Organization: Siemens Mobility
Company: Siemens Mobility, Inc
Experience Level: Student (Not Yet Graduated)
Full / Part time: Full-Time temporary
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