Thousands of us around the world wake up every day with a common purpose: to make the world a safer, more secure and sustainable place. Science is in our DNA; we are endlessly curious and passionate about seeking and speaking the truth. We take delight in knowing that our work makes a meaningful contribution to society, and we are proud that our culture is centered on integrity, collaboration, inclusion and excellence. UL stands at the forefront of technological advancement, and we are continually challenged to find new ways to foster innovation and positive change. Satisfying? Yes. Exciting? Absolutely!
As our global footprint continues to grow, we are looking for an Interns to join our SAR/EMC teams for wireless testing in Fremont, CA.
In this role you will work closely with our Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), Radio Frequency (RF), or Milimeter Wave(mmWave) laboratory teams in a dynamic, fast-paced, customer-focused environment.
Our SAR/RF/mmWave professionals work closely with UL's Engineering staff to perform required laboratory tests necessary on wireless devices to deliver the fastest, highest quality and most customer-friendly service possible. UL’s laboratories uphold the most stringent quality control measures and are renowned for their innovative equipment design.
The hourly pay is $20 and you will be responsible for assisting the laboratory professionals in conducting investigations on wireless devices.
Members of the night shift benefit from an 8% shift differential in hourly pay, and this also compounds with overtime pay
No experience needed, we will provide on-the-job training.
Day and evening shifts available, including weekends and opportunities for overtime.
Shifts available from mid-Feb, and candidates must be able to start by mid-May.
We expect the project to run through August.
UL is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female/Minority/disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please review the EEO is the Law and EEO is the Law Supplement.
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