Current positions - Colorado Space Grant Consortium

Colorado Space Grant
Spring and Summer 2015 Positions
Space Grant is looking for Aero, CS, EE, ECE, ME, ATOC or
anyone with an interest in gaining real world hands on experiences. All levels of
experience from Freshman to Graduate students should apply.
If you are interested please send me your Resume, an unofficial transcript and indicate
which position(s) are of interest.
[email protected]
Other positions may be added during the Spring 2015 semester.
The current opportunities are with
DigitalGlobe in Longmont, CO
Lockheed Martin in Littleton, CO
And the Colorado Space Grant Consortium
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Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin in Littleton, CO
Job Title: Electrical Part Analysis
Position #: E01
Project: Lockheed Martin
Available Positions: 2
Description: The student will work with the Design Assurance group at Lockheed Martin. The
student will review electrical part test data, both mechanical and electrical results and insure success
criteria is met before accepting the data and populating a database. This position is interdisciplinary
in nature. The student will also likely develop software tools, likely in VBA, and perform data
analysis. The student will have exposure to hardware and while working with industry engineers.
Minimum Requirements:
US person and ability to travel to Littleton CO during the summer M-F
Ability to continue working during the Fall Semester for roughly 10 hours per week
Mechanical, Electrical, or Aerospace Major or other relevant experience
Good communication skills, professionalism
Data manipulation and coding familiarity within Excel
Good analytical thinking and problem solving skills
Ability to program in VBA or quickly learn
Preferred Experience: Completion of Sophomore level classes
Time Commitment: 40 hours/week during the summer. 10 hours per week, two half days or one
10 hour day during the school year. Option to work up to full time during academic breaks.
Contact Information: Brian Sanders [email protected]
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Amigos with NSIDC
Job Title: Program Assistant
Position #: NS01
Project: National Snow and Ice Data Center Available Positions: 1
Description: We are seeking a Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical
Engineering student at the University of Colorado at Boulder to develop software programs for a
novel autonomous ice-climate-ocean instrumentation system designed to be deployed in the polar
regions. The task will require working with NSIDC science staff and contractor engineers on East
Campus and nearby. Tasks will focus on writing executable scripts to manage sensor arrays, power
management, communication management, etc. for a remote autonomous station. Full-time status as
an undergraduate student at UCB required.
For further insight into the nature of the work using an earlier version of the station, search
'AMIGOS Antarctica', or visit the websites at or
Minimum Requirements:
Linux desktop & embedded systems, toolchain and cross-compiling
C/C++, Python, Perl on embedded Linux systems.
Linux device drivers
Hardware programming down to bare metal
Labview usage and writing, or with similar automation tools
Preferred Experience:
Time Commitment: 15-20 hours/week Paid Position
Contact Information: Brian Sanders [email protected]
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