A: We look for electrical, software, mechanical and industrial engineers. We also have opportunities available for business students in accounting, marketing and operations management disciplines.
A: You can expect to accept a challenging opportunity that will stretch you to your limits. We design our internship opportunities to be technically challenging and rewarding. You will be working closely with talented senior professionals that will assist you. You will gain valuable insights and experiences. It is our intent that this internship experience will provide you with the technical competence and self confidence. When you leave this experience, you will know that you have made the right career decision — others will seek your talents, contributions and technical expertise.
A: A Fluke internship is way more than just busy work. A senior professional in your field has clearly thought out the position and assignment. You are expected to contribute in developing our products. As a Fluke intern, you will experience the same job responsibilities as full-time employees. We clearly state job responsibilities and requirements within our job descriptions. To gain a better perspective of these responsibilities, please refer to our job description page.
A: Standard internships last 12 weeks during the summer. However, you may have the opportunity to work longer or while in school, depending on your department's needs.
A: In addition, we plan activities, orientations and tours for you to enhance your total experience. Through this, you become familiar with our products, processes and the work environment.
A: Applying is a simple process. Just e-mail your resume to Jobs@Fluke.com and be sure to referance the job number of the possition your interested in. You can also apply online by visiting our Job Opportunies pages.
Headquartered in Everett, Washington, Fluke Networks employs more than 800 people worldwide and distributes products in more than 50 countries.
A: An internship normally lasts 12 weeks beginning at the end of your spring quarter. Occasionally, students may extend this time by one or two weeks if the student and manager agree.
A: We have a very comprehensive benefits package. If you are relocating from out of the area, we can provide assistance for you. We will reimburse you mileage expense or provide you round-trip air accommodations. We have arranged housing for our out-of-the-area interns at locations close to our facility. Depending on your needs, we can arrange to furnish or partially furnish this apartment for you. If you would like to secure another intern to help share housing expenses, we can also help you with this.
A: We can secure housing for you. If you are from out of the area, we will provide you a cash disbursement of $500 on your first day of work to help defray relocation expenses.
A: We offer a very competitive compensation package. Your rate of pay will depend on your discipline and year in school..
A: Each internship project is identified and outlined prior to your interview. We try to match your skills and abilities to a project based on your on-campus interview and assessment. We seek to enhance the experience you have gained in school. Make sure you cover any specific idea you have about the type of position or area of interest you have during your interview.