Quality Lifecycle Engineering Intern
At HPE, we bring together the brightest minds to create breakthrough technology solutions and advance the way people live and work. Our legacy inspires us as we forge ahead dedicated to helping our customers make their mark on the world.
Learning does not only happen through training. Relationships are among the most powerful ways for people to learn and grow, and this is part of our HPE culture. In addition to working alongside talented colleagues, you will have many opportunities to learn through coaching and stretch assignment opportunities. You’ll be guided by feedback and support to accelerate your learning and maximize your knowledge. We also have a “reverse mentoring” program which allows us to share our knowledge and strengths across our multi-generation workforce.
HPE is seeking a Quality Lifecycle Engineering Intern to work in the Houston, TX work location. As a member of our team, you will be:
· Assisting with the identification of product improvement opportunities by working with multiple internal engineering organizations
· Researching competitive products and industry technologies, identifying potential competitive opportunities
· Investigating and monitoring product testing and manufacturing results
· Verifying product design stages by performing product teardowns and customer experience reviews.
Education and Requirements:
· Pursuing a Bachelors degree majoring in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering with at least 2-3 years of courses completed (currently Sophomore or Junior).
· Experience working within a team environment
• A competitive salary and extensive social benefits
• Diverse and dynamic work environment
• Work-life balance and support for career development
• An amazing life inside the element!
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise is EEO F/M/Protected Veteran/ Individual with Disabilities.
HPE will comply with all applicable laws related to the use of arrest and conviction records, including the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and similar laws and will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories.