Engineering Intern

Mountaire Farms
Baltimore, MD
United States
Job Description

To provide exposure to Mountaire's culture as well as specified areas of our operation in which the intern is designated to during their internship. This program is intended to provide learning opportunities by working hands-on with mentors and completing assigned projects. This internship will be based on a Capital Project, which will be chosen based on the intern's area of study and timeline of the project. The project assigned may include equipment replacement, construction, and/or remodel. This project will be conducted start from finish if plausible. This will include design work, meeting with contractors, bidding, project submittal, project management, and asset close out. AutoCAD will be a vital part of the internship, some knowledge of AutoCAD prior to internship is preferred. Travel is required to various locations for Engineering related inspections. 

Primary Project

  • Work with all project stakeholders to come to a design/plan    

  • Work with outside contractors to bid out projects    

  • Create project descriptions and justifications for project approval   

  • Maintain project updates until completion    

  • Spend time with each Project Engineer   

  • Assist in grain bin inspections and complete grain bin Inspection reports    

  • Complete technical support projects as assigned (short term/non capital)

Duties/Activities Required by Job

  • Complete assigned projects identified by the department mentor

  • Attend weekly seminar series across different Mountaire facilities                                                      

  • All interns must be available to travel to Delaware during the last week of the program for final presentations (August 5 - 9, 2024)

  • All interns are required to complete a 10 minute presentation on their project at the conclusion of summer. Presentations will take place in Millsboro, DE at the Administrative Building during the week of August 5-9th

  • All interns must complete a mid-way evaluation (week 5) along with a final evaluation (week 10)

Educations/Experience Requirements

  • Currently obtaining or have obtained an associates or bachelors degree

  • Engineering Major - Preference given to Civil or Mechanical

  • Must be proficient in AutoCAD and Excel      

  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills    

  • Communication skills   

  • Project Management skills    

  • Ability to work independently and with teams