Field Engineering Intern (San Fernando Valley or Phoenix Metro Area)


This summer, you could be:

  • Performing safety and non-safety certification inspections in accordance with UL performance standards and requirements.
  • Interpreting and analyzing test results against UL requirements, verifying the accuracy of manufacturers measuring equipment and reviewing production and inspection records.
  • Communicating with manufacturers and customers while promoting the benefits of new and existing services.
  • Providing technical assistance in several product categories and/or inspection methods.
  • Maintaining logs for scheduling inspections, time, and expenses.
  • Performing various calculations in multiple engineering areas such as electrical, mechanical, chemical, and/or fire protection.


  • Students entering Junior or Senior year of course work
  • Concentration in Mechanical, Electrical or Quality Engineering
  • General electronics background, and strong mechanical and technical aptitude with the ability to read and interpret schematic diagrams
  • Familiarity with micrometers, voltmeters, and ammeters
  • Interest in developing cross-selling skills to better understand client business needs
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills, and client-interfacing skills
  • Ability to travel locally, regionally and work remotely. Travel requirements are generally for local travel within a set radius of home location. Travel outside area is expected on occasion for training purposes and additional support of workload in other territories.

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