The Jackson Laboratory

Student Intern

Job Locations US-ME-Bar Harbor
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(3/11/2020 4:04 PM)
Job ID
2020-27554
Category
Internships

Summary

Summer Intern - Building Automation Technician

 

The Jackson Laboratory is seeking a candidate for a hands on Maintenance internship with the Building Automation Systems Team in Bar Harbor and Ellsworth, Maine. This position will support the maintenance and operation of digital controls for HVAC systems, Fire Alarm & Detection, Access Control and Video Surveilance System!

Responsibilities

The Jackson Laboratory is seeking a candidate for a hands on Maintenance internship with the Building Automation Systems Team in Bar Harbor and Ellsworth, Maine. This position will support the maintenance and operation of digital controls for HVAC systems, Fire Alarm & Detection, Access Control and Video Surveilance Systems.

 

  • Learn the day to day responsibilities of a Building Automation Systems Technician in a fast paced, ultra modern production and research environment.
  • Installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of Building Automation, Fire Protection & Security Systems utilizing a wide variety of PLC driven equipment including large commercial air handlers, chillers, boilers, robots, converyance systems, process equipment, pumps, motors, variable frequency drives and much more.

Expected Outcomes

 

  • The intern will gain real world experience working on a wide variety of systems.

Qualifications

JAX encourages application from a diverse mix of educational experiences and backgrounds. Preferred qualifications include:

 

  • The successful candidate must have recently completed at least one year of study in electronics or a closely related field.
  • Must be willing to engage in hands on learning opportunites and work over time if required.

Please submit a cover letter of interest and resume!

About Us

The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) is an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institution with more than 2,300 employees. Headquartered in Bar Harbor, Maine, it has a National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center in Augusta, Maine, a genomic medicine institute in Farmington, Connecticut, and facilities in Ellsworth, Maine, Sacramento, California, and Shanghai, China. Its mission is to discover precise genomic solutions for disease and empower the global biomedical community in the shared quest to improve human health.

The Jackson Laboratory's 43-acre scenic Bar Harbor campus is nestled between the Gulf of Maine and the mountains of Acadia National Park. Some of the best hiking and biking in the world (over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, views, and dramatic coastline) is accessible from our campus. We are one mile from downtown Bar Harbor, which offers a vibrant downtown district with a plethora of restaurants, shops, museums, and galleries.

JAX employees work in a collaborative, value-driven, and team-based environment where the focus is on advancing science and improving patients’ lives. Researchers apply genetics to increase the understanding of human disease and advance treatments and cures for cancer, neurological and immune disorders, diabetes, aging, and heart disease. JAX was voted among the top 15 “Best Places to Work in Academia” in the United States in a poll conducted by The Scientist magazine!

Employment will require successful completion of references, background check, and pre-employment physical.

Employment Non-Discrimination

 

The Jackson Laboratory provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, age, mental disability, physical disability, medical condition, gender, sexual orientation, genetic information, ancestry, marital status, national origin, veteran status, and other classifications protected by applicable state and local non-discrimination laws.

Learn more about career opportunities at JAX: http://www.jax.org/careers.

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