Support the development and execution of a capital projects
Assist in developing project schedules, serving as roadmaps for the project team through engineering, budgeting, approvals, contracting/procurement, construction, and commissioning.
Prepare a weekly report outlining team progress and individual learnings and exposure
Set up and maintain Engineering section of project Sharefile site with project design documents; ensure cross functional team members have access to site; communicate scope and answer questions as applicable
Research prior projects as applicable to inform budgeting and expected spending levels
Visit existing DFA plant(s) with similar technology as new project to gain relevant technical and operational expertise, research best practices, and identify potential project gaps
At the end of the internship prepare and present a project summary to applicable stakeholders
*This internship can be based remotely anywhere in the US.
The qualified candidate will be a junior in the fall of 2023 with a degree focus in Engineering (Agricultural, Industrial, Chemical, Mechanical or Building Science).
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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