Position Summary: The Engineering Intern will support frame and component Engineering teams. The position will require use of engineering and CAD skills to support production and research projects. The position will require the individual to work independently and with a team.
Design bicycle tools, parts, and components using 3D modeling software.
Create 2D drawings for production frames and components.
Support test ride sessions: purchase and organize parts, bike build, data collection and analysis.
Support and follow engineering best practices.
Employ the use of lightweight alloy and composite materials and manufacturing processes in applications pertaining to bicycle design.
Perform research as needed to support new, innovative designs and/or processes.
Use computational analysis and simulation tools to refine and optimize engineering design to ensure testing success while pushing the boundaries on lightweight design and performance.
Employee engineering principles to develop lab test fixtures and test procedures.
Enrolled in an accredited Mechanical Engineering or similar degree program with a strong grasp of engineering fundamentals.
Strong mechanical aptitude.
In-depth knowledge of bicycle products and their assembly.
Experience building road and mountain bikes.
Fluency in 2D and 3D design software.
Understanding of computational analysis methods.
High level of self-motivation.
Excellent communication skills and problem-solving abilities.
Proficient with Pro E/Creo.
Experience building ebikes.
Passion for cycling.
Data collection and analysis.
Metal working or fabrication skills.
Bicycle shop mechanic experience.
Working conditions are normal for an office environment.
Must be able to sit for extended periods of time.
Must be able to use a computer keyboard and view a monitor for extended periods of time.
Ability to lift 50 pounds.
Use hand tools for measurement and bicycle assembly.
Test riding road, mountain, and eBikes.
Proficient in English, both verbal and written.