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Internship & Placement - UK : Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Stonehouse - United Kingdom

Are you looking for an internship in ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING?

We’re the leading provider of technology and services to the energy industry across the world. At every stage of the oil and gas lifespan, we design, develop, and deliver technology that transforms how work is done.

Our technology centres across the United Kingdom are recruiting multiple Electrical & Electronics Engineering Interns for 2020.
All openings listed in the following table and detailed below have flexible start dates dependent on your availability.

When applying here, make sure to include your preferred start and end dates in your CV and to name your CV file in the following format: <your full name - ref XXXXX .pdf> where XXXXX is the opening reference of the internship you would like to be considered for in priority. Want to add more ? You can also upload an optional cover letter.

Location

Position

Duration

Opening Reference

Stonehouse

(Gloucestershire)

Electrical Engineering – General

Several openings

Flexible: 3 to 13 months

S20EE

Electrical Engineering - Factory Drilling Machine

Flexible: 3 to 13 months

S20NM

Manufacturing Technology - Automated tests

Flexible: 6 to 13 months

S20NG

Electrical Engineering - Real Time Assurance

Flexible: 6 to 13 months

S20AT

Cambridge

(Cambridgeshire)

Electrical Engineering - Flow Metering

6 months

C20SH

Qualifications for all openings
Studying towards a Bachelors or Masters in Electrical and Electronics Engineering or related field.

 

S20EE : Electrical Engineering – General  - Stonehouse -  3 to 13 months flexible duration 

For 6 or 12+ month placement: 2nd year students or higher
For 3 month Summer placement: 3rd  year students or higher

Scope and Subject of the Opening

You will be part of a team who are responsible for a particular product throughout its development cycle including concept, feasibility, development, testing, commercialization and sustaining.

You will apply your engineering skills to develop, implement and test components for the operation and control of our complex electro-mechanical systems. Our tools are extremely complex as they might have to operate for periods in excess of 200 hours in extreme environments - high temperature (200 C), extreme pressure (30,000 Psi) and shocks (500 G’s) - up to 30,000 ft from the rig, communicating with the surface through various methods. Within a multi-disciplinary team, you will collaborate with other experts (software engineers, mechanical engineers, physicists, designers, etc.) to design the system. You will also perform technical planning for system integration, test and validation, authoring of functional specifications, and contribute to the development of new principles and concepts.

Responsibilities

Your responsibilities will include designing complex electrical/electronic devices/assemblies, conducting both lab and /or field tests analysing test results & preparing technical reports. You will interface with the technical staff from other disciplines and field personnel from domestic and overseas Operations organizations.

Competencies

Required skill:

  • Positive attitude
  • Willingness to learn
  • Electrical/Electronic design and systems assembly/disassembly.
  • Excellent at verbal and written communication (English)
  • Skilled in teamwork, service oriented and quality minded.

Exposure to any of the following would be a plus:

  • Strong interests in Digital design, Microprocessors (both Microcontrollers and DSP's.), FPGA design, Signal processing, Analog design including amplifiers and filters, Power electronics, Motor control.
  • Knowledge of Assembler, ‘C’, RTOS
  • Troubleshooting and Failure Analysis aptitude.
  • Schematic CAD and VHDL entry

 

S20NM : Electrical Engineering - Factory Drilling Machine - 3 to 13 months flexible duration

Scope and Subject of the Opening

You will be part of a multi discipline team (Mechanical, Electrical, Firmware) in the Engineering department, developing a brand-new electrical and electronics system for downhole environment, merging two previously separated systems into one. A lot of new technologies need to be de-risked and a new system architecture needs to be developed for this new concept to become viable.

As part of the team, you will be responsible for the de-risking of some elements of the new system electrical architecture, as well as looking at the technical feasibility of some advanced concepts.

Responsibilities

You will be integrated into the team and be assigned a mentor for the duration of your internship. You will be assigned tasks that you will be responsible for and you will present progress on these activities as part of the weekly team meeting.

Depending on the duration of your internship, the focus of your tasks will cover some or all of the following:

  • Actuator Control System – additional measurements development and packaging optimization
  • Power architecture – system performance modelling
  • Surveying module – new sensors performance and concepts validation

Competencies

Required skills: some or all of the following:

  • Analogue/digital design
  • Matlab/Simulink - simulation and data processing
  • Embedded firmware development

 

S20NG: Manufacturing Technology - Automated tests – Stonehouse – 6 to 13 months flexible duration

Scope and Subject of the Opening

You will be part of a team who are responsible for manufacturing and delivery of drilling & measurements tools and would collaborate on a regular basis with other teams such as Engineering and Software development.

You will use your engineering skills to develop, validate, and implement automated test systems and software workflow for our products. Since our tools are extremely complex due to the nature of the environment they function in, the test equipment to test their functionality are bespoke and unconventional. With a multidisciplinary team, you will collaborate with other experts (software engineers, electrical engineers, etc) to design these systems. You will also perform planning for test system review, test commissioning, technical documentation, and contribute to the modernization of our manufacturing shop floor.

Responsibilities

Your tasks will include:

  • Assessing the current manufacturing test systems and production requirements to define project requirements
  • Come up with concepts, identify required vendors, and present the best solution for cost, robustness, and reliability
  • Development, Validation, and Deployment of the systems on the manufacturing shop floor
  • Development of software workflow for testing of our products

Automation of manufacturing test systems includes learning about different type of equipment (power supplies, communication interface, current sources, etc), controlling them, and interfacing them with our products.

Competencies

  • Experienced in IDE such as Visual Studio
  • Knowledge of Analog and Digital Electronics
  • Knowledge of industrial equipment Power Supplies, Multimeters, RS485, etc. and their control
  • Knowledge of industrial test platforms such as NI LabView, TestStand, etc
  • Ability to think outside of the box and creative
  • Positive attitude & willingness to learn
  • Excellent at verbal and written communication (English)
  • Skilled in teamwork, service oriented and quality minded.
  • Interest in other disciplines  (software, electrical)

S20AT : Electrical Engineering - Real Time Assurance– Stonehouse - 6 to 13 months flexible duration 

Scope and Subject of the Opening

You will be part of a new product development team responsible for designing, producing and testing Drilling and Measurement equipment with a focus on real time communication to surface.

You will be part of developing a new electro-mechanical system to improve the down-hole real-time communication to surface working at extreme conditions up to 20,000 psi and 150°C at severe shock (500 G’s) and vibrations. Within a multi-disciplinary team, you will collaborate with other experts (software engineers, mechanical engineers, physicists, designers, etc.) to design the system. You will also perform technical planning for system integration, test and validation, design of test systems, and contribute to the development of new principles and concepts.

Responsibilities

Your tasks will include:

  • Design, develop and test PWA/PCBA/Test boxes as part of a small engineering team
  • Use of electrical CAD system and work with ECAD designer to develop PWA/PCBA/Test boxes
  • Follow up with sourcing team and supplier to build assemblies and source components
  • Use of development board to verify design architecture/new functionality
  • Work will involve design and testing circuit board and test boxes, and/or modification of existing setup to facilitate testing and verification (V&V)
  • Support various tasks from lab testing to V&V testing

Develop setup(s) to accelerate development cycle and V&V testing

Competencies

Required skill:

  • Understanding of electronic design cycle and use of CAD tool (Altium/Cadence/Spice)
  • Some knowledge of Analog, digital and power electronic
  • Positive attitude & willingness to learn
  • Curious
  • Excellent at verbal and written communication (English)
  • Skilled in teamwork, service oriented and quality minded.

Exposure to any of the following would be a plus:

  • Some exposure to programming (python, C, C++)

 

C20SH : Electrical Engineering - Flow Metering – Cambridge - 6 months duration

Scope and Subject of the Opening

You will work on the development of sensors for multiphase flow measurement, helping develop the system electronics and signal processing algorithms, as we design, build and test a series of prototypes in our world class facilities in Cambridge. There will be an opportunity to use and learn various elements of analogue and digital electronics, as well as programming environments, as we build some novel sensors for demanding flow measurement applications.

Responsibilities

You will be integrated into the team and interact regularly with the team members. There will be an opportunity to learn and practice new techniques.

The focus of your tasks will be:

  • development of electronic design
  • development of signal processing algorithms
  • testing or prototypes within the lab

Competencies

Required skill:

  • General exposure and interest in electrical engineering
  • Positive attitude
  • Willingness to learn
  • Good communication skills

 

 

Disclaimer: Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristics protected by law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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