Internship

Clean Tech Engineer

Hybrid Power Solutions Inc.


  Posted: May 13, 2021

  Location: Toronto, Ontario

  Internship Program: Clean Tech

  Salary Range: $40,000 - $50,000

  Hours per Week: 37

  Start Date: November 1, 2021

  End Date: October 31, 2022

Job Description

The Company & Product

Hybrid Power Solutions is a small business with a high growth potential focused in the clean tech market. We primarily focus on two areas: fuel free power packs that replace gas and diesel generators as well as custom industrial battery system for industrial applications (military, mining, transits). Our products can be used to power tools, lighting and any equipment on a construction site, provide power in an RV or boat or even power troop tents in remote areas. These power packs can be charged from a vehicle, from the grid or from solar panels. See more at www.hybridpowersolutions.ca

We are looking to fill a position as of our clean tech engineers in either mechanical or electrical specialization.

Duties and Responsibilities

- Help with the general engineering tasks
- Create 3D and 2D drawings
- Build prototype
- Wire prototypes
- Assist the engineering and production team with technical tasks

Knowledge and Skills

Any of the following are good skills to have:

Sheet metal design and working drawings development
FEA and CFD experience
Basic electrical knowledge
Vibration and shock understanding

Education Required

STEM Based degree or diploma or close to completion

  How to Apply

To apply, send your resume to f.byrne@hybridps.ca.

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