Micro Systems Engineering, Inc (MSEI) is a pioneer in developing innovative technologies and medical devices that
save and enhance the quality of life for millions of individuals living with cardiovascular disorders. The company is
dedicated to the design and construction of implantable medical devices for cardiac rhythm management.
With more than 30 years of experience, our growing success is based on our company’s core values – innovation,
excellence and reliability, thus enabling us to inspire confidence and trust in doctors and patients all over the world.
We are continually looking for talented engineers to share in our mission.
Please join us as :
Summer 2021 Internship Electrical Engineering
Micro Systems Engineering has an internship opportunity for a self-starting, strategic thinking, Electrical and/or Electrical + Software Engineering student. This hands on opportunity will allow the student to utilize their skills and training in a practical environment with our team of innovative engineers in the Operations side of our business. The ideal candidate will be be interested in both analog and digital electronics and have a GPA at or above 3.5, and have an entrepreneurial mind with a passion for working in a company that is focused on improving patient lives.
We offer a rewarding paid internship program that will provide valuable experiences to enhance your college career. We provide a wide breadth of opportunities working within our design, development, research and manufacturing engineering organizations. Our 3-4 month project based intern program for junior, senior or post graduate students will provide you with hands on experience working with medical devices that save and improve the quality of life for patients worldwide.
- Must be working toward a Bachelor’s or Graduate Degree in Electrical or Electrical/Computer Science Engineering, or have graduated with such degree at time of internship (seniors/graduated students encouraged to apply)
- Must be enrolled in or about to graduate from an accredited university. May be an undergraduate or graduate student.
- Experience with analog and digital electronics a plus but not required
- GPA 3.5 or higher preferred.
Location: Lake Oswego(0001)
Working hours: Full-time