Engineering Intern - Electronic Controls - Summer 2018 in New Port Richey, FL at Welbilt

Date Posted: 4/13/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Welbilt designs, manufactures and supplies best-in-class commercial food and beverage equipment for the global foodservice market and provides the world’s top chefs, and premier chain operators or growing independents with industry-leading equipment and solutions. Our cutting-edge designs and lean manufacturing tactics are powered by deep knowledge, operator insights, and culinary expertise.   Welbilt is headquartered in New Port Richey, FL and is supported by over 5500 employees globally; in 18 facilities, across 12 countries in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Welbilt’s 12 industry leading brands include Cleveland, Convotherm®, Delfield®, fitKitchen℠, Frymaster®, Garland®, Kolpak®, Lincoln, Merco®, Merrychef®, Multiplex® and Manitowoc® Beverage Systems.   Welbilt’s internship program is designed to expose individuals to all phases of the foodservice equipment value chain and will take place at the Corporate Headquarters in New Port Richey, FL.   Through this program you will have the opportunity to:
  • Broaden your real-world business knowledge and experience
  • Receive an inside look at your potential career path
  • Gain exposure to other functions and departments
  • Strengthen professional skills in the areas of motor application, programming and electronic circuitry
  • Share your experiences and present key learnings to a management team
  • Report to Senior member of Engineering team
  Responsibilities:
  • Modify a commercial fryer to use the new brushless DC motor filter pump and build up a new control system using a PLC and some support boards
  • Create a working prototype filter system with supportive testing that features the new functions and sensing technology
  • Program a PLC
  • Signal conditioning and filtering
  • Adjust motor parameters and optimize conditions
  • Testing and documentation

Job Requirements

Program Qualifications:
  • Must be currently enrolled and pursuing a degree in (Electronic, Electric or Computer Sciences) Engineering at an accredited school. Must have completed at least 30 credit hours or Freshman year of coursework prior to the start of the internship.
  • General knowledge and understanding of AC power, programming and electronic circuitry
  • Valid US Work authorization