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Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 days ago(4/8/2024 9:07 AM)
As a GEM Consortium Member, Draper has matched students that have applied through the GEM Fellowship and will support paid summer internships at our main facility in Cambridge, MA.     
ID
2024-8106
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(3/15/2024 1:37 PM)
The Information Security Analyst Co-Op is responsible for implementing, troubleshooting, and supporting information security infrastructure at Draper. This infrastructure includes the solution’s hardware/software, patching, upgrades, and configuration management. The position must also work closely with other members of the Information Security team to monitor and maintain Draper's other security systems, mitigating threats to Draper's network including the triaging and remediation of alerts.   Essential Functions: Note: All essential functions percent time allotment estimates vary based on many factors, some of which including but not limited to organizational needs, applicants areas of interest, and applicants aptitude. - Motivated self-starter that can perform research and apply knowledge whilst being confident to ask for insight, guidance, feedback, and support. There will be regularly scheduled check-ins on a cadence on top of shadowing and general projects that will involve collaboration, but one should escalate for aid/guidance as one feels it is warranted. - Work on long term and short term projects for continual improvement of Enterprise InfoSec that will be an estimated ~10%-50% of hours worked. These will be both team and individually lead with mentor guidance and support. - Alert Triage/Tuning and Incident Response – estimated ~20%-40% of hours worked. - Ticket Triage – estimated 10%-30% of hours worked. These range from network segment design, software security assessments with Legal weigh in, cross-team coordination, governance, and more that will provide insight into many items InfoSec has oversight in and considerations around Governance, Risk, and Compliance that have to be made to support engineering and the business at large. This will include meeting with internal customers, as needed, to discuss their success criteria and come to a potential computing security minded solution. - InfoSec Systems Administration and Continual Improvement – 10%-40% of hours worked depending on organizational needs and applicant’s areas of interest and aptitude. Solutions may include but are not limited to: (H)IPS, DLP, FDE, AV, firewalls, VPN, EDR, EPM, VMS, SIEM, Access Control, etc. - InfoSec and larger organizational technical and organizational meetings shadowing/participation – 10-30% of hours worked depending on organizational needs and applicant’s areas of interest and aptitude.
ID
2024-8081
Job Locations US-FL-St. Petersburg 16th St
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(3/1/2024 2:48 PM)
As a Manufacturing and Process Technician, the candidate will play a critical role in a facility that manufacturers microelectronics using electronic assembly practices.   The ideal candidate will support the delivery of high reliability electronic assemblies to end customers by supporting production. Strict adherence to process instructions and documentation requirements will be expected. The candidate will work closely with a team of engineers and skilled operators.
ID
2024-8060
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(2/16/2024 12:03 AM)
Draper is seeking an Co-Op Student with interest or expertise in computational fluid dynamics to help design, develop, and analyze novel solutions to problems of national interest.   As a student in the Mechanical Engineering Division, you will be exposed to a broad range of technical challenges where you can apply your knowledge as well as learn new skills while seeing how problems of national interest are solved.    While working under the guidance of engineers, you will set up and run computational fluid dynamic simulations on vehicles of interest. You will then post-process the solutions to translate the results to useful information such as heat flux or sensor performance. Finally, you will communicate the results to stakeholders via presentations or written memos.   Assignments are designed to develop a practical knowledge of processes, procedures, equipment, facilities, and systems as well as their interrelationships within engineering disciplines.  Assignments will also provide an opportunity to develop valuable networking connections which will help prepare and develop your skills for future career opportunities.  Actual project tasks will depend on immediate program priorities.  
ID
2024-8018
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(2/7/2024 2:35 PM)
Engineering Co-Op students will primarily support the research and development of precision inertial guidance and imaging instruments for existing customers. It is expected that co-ops will contribute to projects that include electro-optical design, optical and thermal model development, materials testing, electrical system design, hardware assembly, test, and debug. Specific task areas include but are not limited to: Optical and photonic component test and evaluation including design and fabrication of custom optical evaluation setups, optical and electronic modeling, optical system assembly including micro optic assembly, and optical and photonic system test and evaluation. Students are expected to work with programs such as LabVIEW, MATLAB, SolidWorks, COMSOL, ANSYS, Mentor Graphics, Python, and GitLab.
ID
2024-8007
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(2/7/2024 2:39 PM)
Sensor Electrical Engineering Co-Op students will primarily support the research and development of precision inertial guidance instruments for next-generation guidance applications. Successful candidates are self-starters and team-players with a desire to learn new things and advance technology while working with our results-oriented teams. This position will directly impact the national security of the United States of America and push the boundaries of what is technically possible.   Successful candidates will be matched with an appropriate team based on their skills and experience. Students will have the opportunity to work with senior technical staff on various programs and will be expected to effectively communicate their work both orally and in written memos and presentations. As a student you will participate in all aspects of the product development process including design and prototyping, analysis and simulation, and modeling and test. You may work on various system types including the following:   - Instrumentation electronics including low-noise operational amplifiers, analog to digital & digital to analog converters, and analog filtering - State-of-the-art accelerometers, gyroscopes and other novel sensors in various form factors including MEMS. - Layout, routing, integration, and test of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) - Digital systems that utilize FPGAs, Microcontrollers and ASICs to implement algorithms for signal, image, and data processing
ID
2024-8006
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(2/7/2024 2:45 PM)
Engineering Co-Op students will primarily support the research and development of precision inertial guidance instruments for existing customers. Additional tasks will include supporting business proposals for inertial guidance instruments, development of automated in-process equipment, and process improvement. It is expected that co-ops will contribute to projects that include electro-mechanical design, thermal model development, magnetics design, materials testing, hardware assembly, test, and debug. Specific projects include but are not limited to: instrument component design using CREO 3 and ANSYS, collaboration with Draper’s prototype machine shop to determine machinability of components, working closely with Draper Technicians to build and test hardware, coordinating with Draper’s Center for Additive Manufacturing to produce 3D printed parts. Students will work with 3D modelling software packages such as CREO 3 and SolidWorks and analysis software such as ANSYS or COMSOL, and possibly LabVIEW and MATLAB for various applications.
ID
2024-8005
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(1/19/2024 12:19 PM)
Draper is seeking a mechanical engineering Co-Op Student to help design, develop, and analyze novel solutions to problems of national interest.   As a student in the Mechanical Engineering Division, you will be exposed to a broad range of technical challenges where you can apply your knowledge as well as learn new skills while seeing how problems of national interest are solved. Your experience can range from applying engineering principals while designing and analyzing components, to working directly with engineers and technicians to fabricate and assemble systems.     While working under the guidance of engineers, you can create detailed designs using 3-D CAD software (specifically SolidWorks and/or PTC Creo) or analyzing performance of systems by conducting simulations using finite element software (such as Ansys). While working on tasks, you will gain a better understanding of how to design with consideration for manufacturability, proper drawing creation and tolerancing and/or analysis for structural and thermal performance.  When parts need to be fabricated, you will have the opportunity to work with highly skilled operators in Draper’s extensive machine shop, rapid prototyping lab featuring multiple 3D printers or circuit card assembly facility. You will also have the opportunity to interact with other facilities such as materials characterization or metrology.   Assignments are designed to develop a practical knowledge of processes, procedures, equipment, facilities, and systems as well as their interrelationships within engineering disciplines. Assignments will also provide an opportunity to develop valuable networking connections which will help prepare and develop your skills for future career opportunities. Actual project tasks will depend on immediate program priorities.
ID
2024-7957
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 8 months ago(8/11/2023 3:25 PM)
This role will reside within the Industrial Security team within the Draper Security department to provide project and additional duty support. Assignments may include such disciplines as personnel clearances, classified information management, security auditing and inquiries, physical security, etc. Tasks may include, but are not limited to: shadowing security employees to learn their duties and responsibilities by working with security officers, industrial security specialists, and employees throughout the organization. The position will involve working on projects to improve overall security processes.   Program Details: - This is a great opportunity for a college student to gain real-world experience in the field of Industrial Security as it pertains to classified government contracting. - The Security Co-op will rotate working between multiple groups within the Security Department to ensure a base knowledge set is experienced for comprehensive professional development in all Industrial Security domains; including: PERSEC, OPSEC, PHYSEC, Counter-intelligence, Incident Investigation, Special Programs and Administrative Security. - Provide assistance to the Security team, including, but not limited to, reviewing Security files, processing background investigation paperwork, security clearance processing and visitor management. - There is flexibility regarding hours and program duration based on applicant’s school schedule and availability. - This position can be partially hybrid remote, however being in the office, when appropriate, is an important part of this experience.
ID
2023-7517

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