Archive for January, 2012

Undergraduate Hourly position in mechanics

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Student Hourly Employee needed:

Undergraduate Research Assistant in Prof. Crone’s Solid Mechanics Laboratory

http://mandm.engr.wisc.edu/faculty_pages/crone/research.htm

Qualifications: Currently enrolled in or have completed EMA 303 and EMA 307.

Duties: Assist with sample preparation, machining, literature searches, experimental setup, and data collection for experiments on high strength alloys. Perform equipment maintenance and routine laboratory duties. See http://mandm.engr.wisc.edu/faculty_pages/crone/research.htm for more details on the types of research conducted in the lab.

Schedule is negotiable, but 10-20 hours of work per week during the semester and 30-40 hours per week in the summer is expected. Successful applicants must be able to commit to working at least 30 hours per week in Summer 2012.

Please provide a resume, an unofficial copy of your transcript, a description of the type of work schedule you would prefer, and a short paragraph describing why you are interested in the position by Friday, February 17th. Application materials should be sent to BOTH dsgrierson@systemech.com and crone@engr.wisc.edu.

Job openings at DIA

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

The Defense Intelligence Agency is seeking one or two nuclear engineers. Location would be Charlottesville, VA. Contact blanchard@engr.wisc.edu if you have questions.

Job Opening at Kewaunee

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

There is a reactor engineer position immediately available at Kewaunee.

If you have any winter graduates that are looking for something to do (and they do not mind the frigid north), then they may want to take a look:

It is posted as an Engineer II, but an ambitious graduate with internship experience could probably apply.

Click for more information: http://bit.ly/A70OlL

Opening for Nuclear Engineers at Aerojet

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

There is a req open at Aerojet in Sacramento for an entry level engineer with a background in nuclear engineering or power systems. The job will be supporting a number of different projects and studies. While the hiring manager is hoping to hire someone in the January to February timeframe, it may be possible to delay hiring until early June. If you know of any students that might be interested and could forward them the attached posting, I would appreciate it. If they are interested, they can contact me and I can give them some additional information.

Andrew Zillmer
Aerojet
Mission Architecture
P.O Box 1322
Sacramento, CA 95813
Tel: 916-355-3955
email: andrew.zillmer@aerojet.com