The program is open to engineering students enrolled at a Danish university and currently studying for their Master’s degree within materials- and/or production technology.
The internship is paid and runs from January 2019 until June 2019. You will be part of a group of 5-8 interns who will travel and live together, so strong interpersonal skills and the ability to share a fridge, bathroom, and cleaning duties will come in handy.
Engineering student? Terma offers the internship of a lifetime. Get ready to have your career kickstarted with this unique internship at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Fort Worth, Texas. Here, you will have the opportunity to work on the fighter jet of tomorrow, the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II.
Forming the backbone of many of the world’s future air forces, the F-35 multirole fighter aircraft is to be produced in numbers exceeding 3,500. Take part in the massive engineering challenge of increasing production rate, improving workflow, and securing quality to ensure delivery, dependability, and cost reduction with global impact.
Offering internships within three disciplines of engineering, Terma and Lockheed Martin accept applications from students interested in Manufacturing and Quality Engineering.
In addition to experiencing one of the most advanced production lines in the aerospace industry, you will learn from the best as you participate in projects, complete courses, interact with mechanics and fellow engineers, and interact directly with the aircraft. Apply for this internship to learn skills beyond those taught in the classroom.
You as a person
With the internship being based in the US, you are of course fully proficient in English, both oral and written. You will be exposed to the international culture of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics as well as being a part of the local community, and the opportunities for cultural and social experiences will only be limited by your own interest, ability to have an open mind, and engage with new people.
Working within the security industry, it is also important that you have a sound understanding of the importance of company procedures and when to ask before acting.
We look forward to receiving your application in English, including your CV, grades transcript and picture. If you have any questions, please contact HR Business Partner Peter Rankenberg Thomsen on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dept. Name: Rate Transition WING/JSF
As a member of the transition execution team, you will be involved in projects to ramp up the production of the Fort Worth F-35 Production Rate capability. Your task may vary from developing production workstation improvements to organizing tooling and facility project schedules. Some tasks will require developing and reviewing specifications for material handling devices or shipping containers as well as design reviews. In addition, projects will require using Excel spreadsheets and databases to integrate changing tools and aircraft delivery schedules plus manage supplier schedules. Good communication skills and a team-oriented attitude are required, since you will be working with the different teams to investigate their needs and translate these into requirements you will be exposed to a variety of opportunities.
Internship reports: Rate Transition
2015 - Frederik Roi Midtgaard
2016 - Trugvi Kristiansen
2017 - Anders Hjermitslev
Dept. Name: Quality Engineering/JSF
The intern will work with Quality Engineers and perform statistical analysis to determine the source and responsibility for products or materials that do not meet required standards and specifications. Complete process capability and performance analysis to identify potential sources of variation. Identify, develop, and initiate process improvements to reduce process variation and increase process stability. Devise and implement methods and procedures for inspecting, testing, and evaluating the precision and accuracy of production processes. May specialize in the areas of design, product evaluation, and reliability, and/or research and development as they apply to product or process quality and may be certified in lean and six-sigma quality engineering methodologies.
Internship reports: Quality Engineering
2015 - Thor Paulli Andersen
2016 - Andreas Nørballe
2017 - Anders Jensen
2017 - Christopher Klingaa
2017 - Helene Birkebæk
2017 - Patrick Moritzen
Dept. Name: Quality Technologies/JSF
As a member of the Quality & Mission Success “QualTech” team, you will be involved in projects focused on implementing autonomous and/or controlled drone technologies (aerial, snakes, crawlers) for use in performing inspections of F-35 and aircraft in production and sustainment environments. Your tasks may vary from developing prototypes/concept demonstrations to official implementation of a new and approved technology based inspection system with supporting business case development and decision making. Some tasks will require developing and reviewing specifications, working with universities, and private companies as partners in a collaborative environment, as well as performing design and production readiness reviews. In addition to Microsoft office, projects will require use of networking software and devices such as cameras, Skype, iPhone, etc as a minimum. Good communication skills and a team-oriented attitude are required, since you will be working with the different teams to investigate their needs and translate these into requirements for the various opportunities.
March - April: Application (online via terma.com) – include CV, application, and grades
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April: Personal interview with Terma
April - May: Phone interview with Lockheed Martin (3 Managers from the departments in scope for the internship)
May - June: Contract incl. application for security clearance
June - November: VISA application
November: Information meeting and visit to Terma in Lystrup and Grenaa
November - December: Visit to U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen
January: Travel to the U.S., start of internship
June: End of internship