Loci Controls, Inc. is looking to hire one (1) engineering student intern for the fall of 2015. Students will report directly to senior engineering staff and will have the opportunity to interact with all Loci employees, including the CEO. This co-op will be an excellent opportunity to build a multi-disciplinary set of engineering skills that will be broadly applicable to many industries. The details of Loci’s fall internship program are laid our below. Interested candidates should email their resume to shaun@locicontrols.com.

Anticipated Start Date: October 5, 2015

Length of Internship: 10 Weeks

Internship Location: 28 Dane Street – Somerville, MA 02143 (Greentown Labs)

Compensation: This will be a paid internship.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Assembly, testing, and deployment of electro-mechanical hardware.
  • Documenting and improving upon the manufacturing process (streamlining assembly instructions, and developing/implementing automated testing procedures where possible).

Qualifications

  • Must be comfortable in a lab setting with basic mechanical tools (drill press/band saw/mill), electrical tools (soldering/power supply/DVM/oscilloscope), and software (python, etc.).
  • Please Note – Proficiency is not expected in every area from day one, but the ideal applicant will have basic skills and the ability to learn quickly in a startup environment.
  • Student must be working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical or electrical engineering (or equivalent) and must have minimum 4 semesters of college experience.
  • Student must be able to provide their own travel to and from Loci’s office at the above stated internship location.
  • Student must have their own laptop computer for use during the duration of the internship.

Special environmental demands for this position:

  • Ability to work in a lab setting
  • Ability to lift up to 35 pounds without assistance
  • Ability to work outdoors in tough climate conditions as well as in difficult terrain.

Company Description Loci Controls was founded in 2012 by graduate students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Loci’s team has a strong engineering team that can provide guidance and mentorship throughout the internship. Loci manufactures a distributed sensor-actuator control device used to optimize the production of landfill gas. In 2013, more electricity was generated in the US from landfill gas-to-energy operations than from the domestic solar industry! Using the distributed sensing and control capabilities provided by their “WellWatcherTM”, Loci is able to increase landfill gas production by up to 50%; leading to not only higher sales of electricity/fuel but also reduced emissions of green house gas. For more information please visit www.locicontrols.com.

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